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May 13, 2014 > Fremont City Council

Fremont City Council

May 6, 2014


Special Presentations:
Flag salute led by Spanish Immersion Classes: first grade from Blacow Elementary School (teacher, Lourdes Rivas) and second grade of Vallejo Mill Elementary School (teacher, Sandra Carrasco). A lively song, ÒViva mi barrioÓ written by Jose-Luis Orozco, followed.


Consent Calendar:
Accept report on interim design and improvements for pedestrians crossing Civic Center Drive between Washington Hospital and Washington West. Washington Hospital Healthcare System Board President Bernard Stewart, DDS and CEO Nancy Farber thanked the City, especially Public Works Director Bryan Jones for their efforts.

Increase term limits of Art Review Board to three full four-year terms.

Approve agreement with Cabot-Las Positas Community College District for production and programming services for $150,000 for initial 14-month period with option to renew for two additional one year periods; total amount of $450,000.

Approve pass-through of Measure B paratransit funds for City-operated paratransit service.


Ceremonial:
Proclaim Affordable Housing Week, May 9-18, 2014 Ð A representative of Mid Peninsula Housing invited public to the reopening of Century Village, 41299 Paseo Padre Pkwy, Fremont on Wednesday, May 14 at 1 p.m. (650) 235-7986

Recognize the heroic actions of Darren Pine who took decisive action to break a car window to pull the driver of a car involved in an accident from the damaged vehicle; and Luisa Vasquez, an emergency room nurse at Kaiser Fremont who performed CPR. Both actions saved the life of Glenn Goelz when he suffered a heart attack that precipitated the car accident on Stevenson Boulevard, May 16, 2010.


Public Communications:
Relay for Life representatives spoke of organizational meeting on May 20th at Washington Hospital. Seeking City involvement in this event scheduled for June 21st at California School for the Deaf in Fremont.


Other Business:
Amend CalPERS contract Ð cost sharing - for fire safety employees


Meeting was adjourned in honor of recently deceased Daniel Apodaca, father of Newark City Councimember Ana Apodaca

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