May 8, 2018 > Milpitas City Council
Milpitas City Council
May 1, 2018
? Proclaim May as Mental Health Month; proclamation accepted by CEO of San Jose Behavioral Health Sean Peterson.
? Proclaim May as Building Safety Month; proclamation received by Building and Safety Department.
? Proclaim May 7 - 12, 2018 as Economic Development Week; Economic Development Director Edessa Bitbidal dedicated proclamation to Great Mall.
? Robin Hays, Art Commission Chair, spoke of how Milpitas needs more public art. She thinks it would be good for economic growth, and for enhancing City?s reputation. She?d love to see art pieces on streets like Calaveras Blvd., Montague Expressway, and Milpitas Blvd.
? Receive financial status report for nine months that ended March 31, 2018.
? Receive City of Milpitas Investment Portfolio Status Report for quarter ended March 31, 2018.
? Accept Santa Clara County Emergency Medical Services Agency funds of $50,830.30 to purchase fire department hardware and approve a budget adjustment.
? Consider authorizing a letter signed by City Manager to Bay Area Air Quality Management District supporting Silicon Valley Clean Energy?s proposal.
? Adopt a resolution specifying Capital Improvement Program 2018-19 budget for Street Resurfacing Project 2019 to incorporate a list of projects funded by SB 1.
? Adopt a resolution implementing a Wage Theft Procurement Policy.
? Award a bid to Nor-Cal Battery Company to provide UPS, battery maintenance, and replacement services at locations throughout City with a five-year contract in an amount not to exceed $80,350.10.
? Award a bid to Lucity Inc. for purchase and installation of a computerized maintenance management system for Public Works.
? Approve an amendment to an agreement with Biggs Cardosa Associates, Inc.
? Approve an amendment to an agreement with IBI Group Architecture Planning to extend term and increase compensation for McCandless Park.
? Receive report of City Council Subcommittee on Cannabis.
? Approve and authorize City Manager to execute an amendment to an agreement with West Yost Associates extending term and increasing compensation for McCandless Well.
Removed from Consent:
? Approve an agreement with Moore, Iacofano & Goltsman for Milpitas Midtown Specific Plan update.
? Approve professional services agreement with David J. Powers & Associates to provide environmental clearance documents for compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act for well upgrade.
? Reject all bids, authorize staff to repackage, re-advertise, and authorize City Manager to approve an amendment to HMH, Inc. agreement.
? Conduct a public hearing and adopt a resolution approving a site development permit, conditional use permit, planned unit development amendment, and environmental assessment for new hotel on California Circle. Hotel is projected to take 18 months to build. Council would like to add indemnification and clause for a 30-day Transient Occupancy Tax (TOT) policy.
? Receive update on fiscal year 2018-2019 proposed operating budget, and 2018-2023 proposed Capital Improvement Program.
? Receive report on potential ballot measures for November 6, 2018. Four measures were presented (on Transient Occupancy Tax, cannabis sales tax, business license modernization, and mayoral term and council term limits). Council voted on each measure separately. On cannabis sales tax motion, Councilmember Barbadillo was a ?nay.? On mayoral term and council term limits, there was no ?second,? and motion died.
? Receive report from Finance Director and consider introduction of Ordinance No. 289.2 relating to purchasing and City Manager?s contract authority.
Mayor Rich Tran Aye
Vice Mayor Marsha Grilli Aye
Anthony Phan Aye
Garry Barbadillo Aye (1 nay)
Bob Nu¤ez Aye