May 15, 2018 > Hayward City Council
Hayward City Council
May 8, 2018
¥ Proclamation Declaring May 2018 as Bike to Work Month
¥ Proclamation Declaring May 2018 as Lupus Awareness Month
¥ Members of the Hayward Collective called for just cause protection for tenants
¥ Approve plans and call for bids for Membrane Treatment System Equipment for the Recycled Water Treatment Facility Project
¥ Approve plans and call for bids for Water Pollution Control-Facility - Tank Rehabilitation Project
¥ Approve Final Map Tract 8345 (Mission Crossings) associated with the previously approved tentative tract map and proposed development of 140 Townhome-style
condominium units on a 7.52-acre site located at 25501 & 25551 Mission Boulevard and 671 Berry Avenue; Meritage Homes (Applicant)
Motion passed 7-0.
¥ Review of the Sohay Mixed Use Development. Council and public expressed overwhelming support for project. Developer was praised for working with community and for providing affordable housing solution. Councilmember Marquez felt they could do better. Motion with 4 amendments passed 6-1 (Nay: Marquez)
City ManagerÕs Comments:
¥ Tip A Cop on Thursday, May 17 from 6-9 pm at Applebees in Hayward.
¥ Hayward Police Department received high marks from recent CALEA Assessment
¥ Councilmember Marquez announced record crowds at the Cinco de Mayo Celebration, and thanked the Downtown Streets Team for cleaning up.
¥ Councilmember Zermeno wished everyone a happy Teacher Appreciation Day and Bike To School Day.
¥ Councilmember Salinas thanked teachers.
¥ Mayor Halliday thanked teachers and was pleased with Cinco de Mayo Celebration.
Mayor Barbara Halliday Aye
Sara Lamnin Aye
Francisco Zermeno Aye
Marvin Peixoto Aye
Al Mendall Aye
Elisa Marquez Aye, 1 Nay
Mark Salinas Aye