May 13, 2014 > Milpitas City Council Meeting
Milpitas City Council Meeting
May 6, 2014
Proclaim ÒBuilding Safety Month,Ó for May, 2014.
Proclaim ÒOlder Americans MonthÓ for May, 2014 with a theme of "safe today, healthy tomorrow."
Recognize Milpitas Public Library Essay Contest Winners
A number of citizens spoke in support of a proposed skate park touting its benefits to the community.
Hold a public hearing to consider approval of community development block grant funding allocations for fiscal year 2014-15 and adopt the one-year action plan and amendments to Community Development Block Grant Citizen Participation Plan. Defer certain funding minimum for future discussion. The grant has been allocated at $395,456.
Waive first reading and introduce ordinance to merge Public Art Committee with the Arts Commission.
Approve agreement with D.R. Horton Bay, Inc. for the demolition of city buildings at 1650-1690 and 1740-1830 McCandless Drive for $707,741.29 from the Transit Area Specific Plan Development Impact Fee Fund.
Receive financial status report for the nine months that ended March 31, 2014. The budget is currently at $66,028,280 with $47,049,425 in expenditures.
Receive cityÕs investment portfolio status report for the quarter that ended March 31, 2014. The market value currently sits at $185,718,328.27.
Authorize Recreation Services to transfer $12,500 from Center Stage Theater Program to the Recreation Services operating budget.
Consider request from Our Lady of Guadalupe Club to waive rental fee for senior center community room for pre-MotherÕs Day event on Saturday, May 10, 2014 in the amount of $880 (Montano recused).
Adopt a resolution directing preparation of the annual engineerÕs report for McCarthy Ranch.
Adopt a resolution directing preparation for the annual engineerÕs report for Sinclair Horizon.
Adopt a resolution for authorizing purchase of Ford F-150 regular cab truck from the National Auto Fleet Group for not-to-exceed amount of $20,576.63.
Approve amendment to the agreement with Ye-Ming Wu, DDS of Agape Mobile Dental Services to continue provision of free dental services at Barbara Lee Senior Center.
Approve amendment to the agreement with county of Santa Clara for countywide household hazardous waste collection program.
Receive report of emergency repair of the Police/Public Works Building and authorize staff to pay invoices.
Mayor Josˇ Esteves Aye
Vice Mayor Althea Polanski Aye
Debbie Indihar-Giordano Absent
Armando Gomez Aye
Carmen Montano Aye (1 recusal)