March 14, 2017 > Fremont City Council
Fremont City Council
March 7, 2017
¥ Second Reading reauthorizing video service providers and public, educational and governmental access fee.
¥ Second Reading rezoning a 2.10 acre site at 2529 Washington Boulevard.
¥ Representatives of Cal Ripken youth baseball asked for help to continue use of field behind Holy Spirit Catholic Church at least through this season. Notice was given of lack of Use Permit and intent for City to disallow use of field.
¥ Complaint of CityÕs use of short yellow light duration at some intersections.
Items Removed from Consent Calendar:
¥ Amend service agreement with Classic Graphics to increase annual amount to $200,000. Councilmember Bonaccorsi asked for clarification of increase.
¥ Authorize cell site simulator technology MOU with Alameda County District Attorney. Public speaker noted that Terrorism not mentioned in report and the ability of this technology to become invasive and intercept text/cellular with an upgrade.
¥ Consider annual report on status of implementation of 2015-2023 Housing Element. Councilmember Bacon commented that information of actual compliance with housing goals should be known.
¥ Mid-year budget review of 2016/17 Operating Budget and Preliminary three-year forecast.
¥ Consider recommendation of Human Relations Commission to reaffirm status as a Compassionate City and other options related to immigration status. Declare Fremont a Sanctuary City.
Mayor Lily Mei Aye
Vice Mayor Rick Jones Aye
Vinnie Bacon Aye
Raj Salwan Aye
David Bonaccorsi Aye