March 15, 2016 > Newark City Council
Newark City Council
March 10, 2015
Presentations and Proclamations:
Introduction of new and recently promoted employees
Soren Fajeau - Public Works Director
Nick Icasiano Ð Equipment Mechanic II
Cheri Good Ð Senior Administrative Support Specialist
Jessie Mero Ð Building Mechanic II
¥ Proclaim March 10, 2016 as Arbor Day in Newark. Newark has been recognized as a ÒTree City USAÓ for 29 years. Maintenance Supervisor Neal Hornbeck received the proclamation.
¥ Proclaim March as Red Cross Month in Newark. Greg Portillo and Bernie Nillo accepted the proclamation.
¥ PG&E representatives Treva Reid and Marvin Nushwat explained the Community Pipeline Safety Initiative that identifies and will work with the City and private property owners to mitigate access obstruction to high pressure pipelines. An inventory and inspection of sites indicates that trees, shrubs and structures can block access by first responders. PG&E has been working with the City and will contact affected private property owners through an extensive outreach program. Additional information is available at: pge.com/GasSafety. To view a pipeline map, visit: pge.com/pipelinelocations. Treva Reid can be contacted at: (510) 874-2244 or firstname.lastname@example.org
¥ Optional review of duplex construction at 37070 Locust Street. (Freitas recuse) No Review
¥ Second reading and adoption to rezone 41 acres of the Gateway Station West Project, a 589 unit residential along Willow Street.
¥ Reclassify Administrative Assistant position in the City AttorneyÕs Office.
City Council Matters:
¥ Recognition of Libby Macris as an Inspirational Woman by Assemblymember Kansen Chu (25th District)
¥ Relay for Life Chili Cookoff on Saturday
¥ Recognize Newark Employee of the Year Ray Collier
¥ Recognize Meals on Wheels
¥ Resident asked council to consider retrofitting Library in new Civic Center planning.
Mayor Alan Nagy Aye
Vice Mayor Luis Freitas Aye (1 recusal)
Sucy Collazo Aye
Michael Hannon Aye
Mike Bucci Aye