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February 13, 2018 > Milpitas City Council

Milpitas City Council

February 6, 2018

Presentations:
? Proclaim the month of February 2018 as Black History Month in Milpitas, with members of the Silicon Valley National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) receiving proclamation.
? Recognize 2017 Synopsys Championship and California State Science Fair winners, with Forrest Williams from Santa Clara Valley Science & Engineering Fair Association.
? Commend Mandarin Language and Cultural Center, with Principal Jane Chen receiving commendation.
? Commend Black History Month poster winners.

Public Forum:
? Tom Valore spoke about the recent Budget Workshop meeting, and wants to encourage Council to tell the public what they need to hear and not what they want to hear.
? Ryan Reyes, manager of SpeeDee Oil Change, located off of Montague, spoke about how his shop has been vandalized three times in the past month. He needs some support and would like action to be taken to prevent this from happening again.
? Allysson McDonald invited the Council and members of the community to the annual Black History Breakfast at Sunnyhills United Methodist Church on Saturday, February 10, at 9 am.
? Reverend Jeff Moore spoke about the importance of April 4, the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.?s death. He asked for the City of Milpitas to commemorate the day every year, and to have a yearly conversation about the deeper issues.
? Voltaire Montemayor spoke about the City of Milpitas and all that it has done/is doing to protect the members of the community.

Consent Calendar:
? Adopt a resolution approving sole source purchase of Open Town Hall Software Service from OpenGov, Inc. through November 10, 2021 for the amount of $41,690.96 and authorizing City Manager to execute Amendment No. 1 to the OpenGov, Inc. Software Services Agreement.
? Approve and authorize City Manager to execute an agreement with Bellinger Foster Steinmetz Landscape Architecture for Creighton Park, Project No. 5109, and approve a budget appropriation of $900,000 into Creighton Park Renovation Project No. 5109.
? Per request of Vice Mayor Grilli, consider approving more than 4 hours of staff time to plan an event on April 4, 2018 to commemorate 50th Anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
? Receive report of Council Subcommittee on commissions and consider new commissioner recommendations.
? Receive Financial Status Report for the six months ended December 31, 2017.
? Receive City of Milpitas Investment Portfolio Status Report for quarter ended December 31, 2017.
? Accept 2018 citizen options for Public Safety Grant and approve budget appropriation of $115,378.
? Adopt a resolution authorizing write-off of $931,582.03 related to the settlement agreement and mutual release with Milpitas Mills Limited Partnership, doing business as The Great Mall, successor in interest to Great Mall of Bay Area Associates, LP, and Conditional Use Permit No. 1177.18, Condition No. 4 - Cost Reimbursement.
? Adopt a resolution to authorize submitting an application for funding a $100,000 Grant to the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority?s Measure Q Urban Open Space Grant Program for McCandless Park, Project No. 5102, authorize appropriation of funds when received; and authorize City Manager to conduct all negotiations and submit and sign all documents which may be necessary for completion of the project.
? Adopt a resolution awarding a contract to Southwest Pipelines & Trenchless Corp. and authorize Director of Engineering/City Engineer to execute contract change orders for the Marylinn Drive Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation, Projects No. 6115 and No. 6116.
? Approve project plans and specifications, and authorize advertisement for bid proposals for Midtown Street Light Project No. 3430 on Main Street.
? Award the bid and authorize City Manager to execute contract with MoonChef, LLC to provide preparation and delivery of Asian-style senior meals in the amount initially not to exceed $75,350.
? Approve Cost-Share Agreement with Milpitas Unified School District for construction of Phase One Mabel Mattos Elementary School joint use areas and McCandless Park improvements.
? Approve receipt of grant from the California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery Beverage Container Program and approve a budget appropriation into the engineering department operating budget in the amount of $19,074

New Business:
? Review and consider potential city policies to address wage theft.

Milpitas Housing Authority:
? Reconsider, approve and authorize City Manager to execute the Subdivision Improvement Agreement, Public Street Maintenance Agreement and Fee Reimbursement Agreement for the senior assisted living residential development by Milpitas Phase I, LP. Motion passed 4-1 (Nay, Barbadillo)

Unfinished Business:
? Receive staff report with responses to public comments from Recycling and Garbage Services presentation by Milpitas Sanitation Inc.
? Per request of Councilmember Nu¤ez, consider approving more than 4 hours of staff time to develop a proposal to re-establish teen programming for the City of Milpitas.
? Per request of Councilmember Barbadillo, consider approving more than 4 Hours of staff time to direct staff to conduct a study on retail and commercial spaces in MidTown and Transit Area Specific Plan areas. During discussion of this item, Councilmember Phan threatened to do an employee evaluation on the Planning Department, and City Attorney Christopher Diaz informed him that he had no authority to do so; Mayor called a recess, and after Council returned, the meeting was abruptly terminated.


Mayor Rich Tran Aye
Vice Mayor Marsha Grilli Aye
Anthony Phan Aye
Garry Barbadillo Aye (1 nay)
Bob Nu¤ez Aye

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