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May 27, 2014 > Milpitas City Council Meeting

Milpitas City Council Meeting

May 20, 2014

Presentations:
City Council presented with award from Tobacco Free Coalition of Santa Clara County
Proclaim May 2014 as Lions Club International ÒEyeglass Recycling Month.Ó


Consent:
Adopt a resolution approving a non-exclusive collection, transportation and recycling agreement with Environmental Resource Recovery, Inc. DBA Valley Recycling.

Adopt a resolution approving the preliminary annual engineerÕs report, declaring intention to levy assessment for fiscal year 2014-15.

Adopt a resolution authorizing the purchase and installation of a replacement back-up generator for Fire Station no. 4 from Peterson Power Systems, Inc. for the not-to-exceed amount of $42,891.36

Consider request from Gurdwara Sahib Sabha Church to adopt a resolution authorizing a temporary street closure on Kennedy Drive for Nagar Kirtan Parade event on Sunday, June 1, 2014.

Award bid to Pyro Spectaculars North, Inc. and approve an agreement for annual 4th of July City of Milpitas Fireworks for a five-year total not to exceed $106,650.

Approve amendment to the agreement with ACCO Engineered Systems, Inc. extending term to June 30, 2014 in an amount not-to-exceed $72,960 for City Hall heating, ventilation and air conditioning maintenance and repair.


Public Hearing:
Adopt the cityÕs budget of $119,812,215, with adjustments to spending, as well as a capital improvement budget of $15,428,000.


Reports of officers:
Consider adoption of a resolution supporting Senate Bill 316Ñthe Postal Service Protection Act of 2013, which is intended to prevent some cuts and closures to the United States Postal Service. (3 ayes, 2 naysÑGiordano and Polanski)


Ordinance:
Consider introduction of ordinance amending the Milpitas Noise Ordinance to regulate noise levels during daytime hours.


Bid & Agreements:
Approve temporary water service agreements with Summitpointe and Spring Valley Golf Courses for a term of up to two months.

Approve amendment to agreement with DP2 Billing Solutions extending the term to June 30, 2015 of up to $56,500 for an eight-year total not-to-exceed amount of $623,500.


Mayor Josˇ Esteves: Aye
Vice Mayor Althea Polanski: 5 ayes, 1 nay
Debbie Indihar Giordano: 5 ayes, 1 nay
Armando Gomez: Aye
Carmen Montano: Aye

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