March 27, 2018 > Milpitas City Council
Milpitas City Council
March 20, 2018
? Proclaim March as American Red Cross month, with representatives from American Red Cross receiving proclamation.
? Honor Mort Levine, founder/publisher of the Milpitas Post newspaper.
? Past Rotary President Frank De Smidt invited everyone to purchase tickets to the 3rd annual Rotary fundraiser at Ta Restaurant on Friday, April 13, at 6 p.m. This will benefit Calaveras Hills High School. For tickets, contact Hon Lien at (408) 439-1207.
? Waive second reading and adopt Ordinance to amend Milpitas Municipal Code and update procedures for business licenses.
? Grant initial acceptance of and reduce performance bond for two projects; authorize City Engineer to issue Notice of Final Acceptance and to release Performance Bond after a one-year warranty period.
? Award bid and approve purchase of fire hose from L.N. Curtis & Sons for the Fire Department for $56,466.36.
? Authorize contract with Pacific Meter Services, Inc. to perform water meter replacements throughout the City for an amount not to exceed $51,210.
? Approve agreement with Verde Design in an amount of $370,000 for design services for Sports Center Skate Park.
? Approve project plans and specifications and authorize advertisement for bid proposals for Street Resurfacing 2018 project.
? Approve consulting agreement with Vali Cooper & Associates, Inc., extending term to September 30, 2018, and increasing compensation by $208,000 to continue support on Silicon Valley Rapid Transit Program (BART) Berryessa Extension Project and Montague Expressway Widening Project.
? Receive report of City Council Subcommittee on Commissions and consider approving recommendations for appointments to two City of Milpitas commissions.
? Approve mid-year budget appropriations and changes for fiscal year 2017-18 operating budget.
? Approve amendment to master agreement between the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) and the City of Milpitas, authorizing payment of a cost not to exceed $838,100 to VTA for city utility infrastructure upgrades.
? Receive update on Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCE) Community Outreach Plan. Pamela Leonard from SVCE presented.
? Receive 2017 Annual Housing Element Progress Report and 2017 Housing Successor Agency Annual Report. After the report, Councilmember Phan apologized to Planning Director Brad Misner for his inappropriate outburst during a February 6, 2018 City Council meeting.
? Receive update on fiscal year 2018-2019 budget process.
? Receive update on San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and Santa Clara Valley Water District proposed wholesale water rates for fiscal year 2018-2019.
Mayor Rich Tran Aye
Vice Mayor Marsha Grilli Aye
Anthony Phan Aye
Garry Barbadillo Aye
Bob Nu¤ez Aye