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April 10, 2018 > Milpitas City Council

Milpitas City Council

April 3, 2018

Presentations:
¥ Proclaim April as Vietnamese-American Heritage Month. Members of Vietnamese Voluntary Foundation (VIVO) accepted the proclamation.
¥ Recognize Economic Development Director Edesa Bitbadal for her contributions to the City and honored with the Women of Influence 2018 Award.
¥ Recognize Milpitas High School students for creating TeenÕs Playhouse Attraction.

Consent Calendar:
¥ Adopt a resolution certifying election results and adding Tract No. 10421 to Community Facilities District 2008-1; approve final map Tract No. 10421; and approve Subdivision Improvement Agreement for a residential development at 1980 Tarob Court.
¥ Adopt a resolution certifying election results and adding Parcel B to Community Facilities District 2008-1, SHAC Centre Pointe Apartments, LLC.
¥ Adopt a resolution directing Staff to fly commemorative flags at Cesar Chavez Plaza for City-sponsored special events, ceremonies and commemorations for the remainder of 2018 calendar year.
¥ Authorize a Fee Reimbursement Agreement for public parkland associated with a mixed-use development at 730-750 E. Capital Avenue by Anton Development.

Removed from Consent:
¥ Consider Request from American Cancer Society to Waive Fees for the ÒBark for LifeÓ Walking Fundraiser at Murphy Park on April 28, 2018.
¥ Adopt a resolution amending CityÕs Classification Plan to reflect addition of Deputy City Manager and Housing Authority Administrator, and removal of Permit Center Manager and Building & Safety Director; and approve budget appropriations for City ManagerÕs Office, and Planning & Neighborhood Services Department, including authorized funding for Chief Building Official, Associate Civil Engineer and Public Works Inspector.
¥ Receive report of City Council Subcommittee on Commissions which includes considered changes to existing roster of City Commissions.

New Business:
¥ Receive information and provide direction to staff regarding Senate Bill 881 Shoreline Subventions, Senate Bill 1301 Expedited Permitting and Transparency for Human Life Safety Projects, and Assembly Bill 1889 Santa Clara Valley Water District Act Revisions. Council voted to support the bills, on the condition that future research into other agencies showed their own support for the bills.


Mayor Rich Tran Aye
Vice Mayor Marsha Grilli Aye
Anthony Phan Aye
Garry Barbadillo Absent
Bob Nu–ez Aye

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