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April 30, 2010 > City of Milpitas

City of Milpitas

April 20, 2010

Presentations
May 2010 proclaimed as Building Safety Month. Proclamation presented to Milpitas Building and Safety Department staff.

April 2010 proclaimed as Young Child and Child Abuse Prevention Month. Proclamation presented to Youth Advisory Commissioners Jennifer Shen and Dilpreet Khalsa.

Consent Calendar
Adopted a Redevelopment Agency resolution authorizing the purchase of one low-income unit and releasing the Resale Restriction Agreements for four affordable housing units.

Adopted a Resolution adopting the Bill of Rights for the Children and Youth in Milpitas.

Received the Monthly Economic Development Report from Economic Development Manager.

Authorized the lead collaborative entity Sacramento County to apply for funds on behalf of the City of Milpitas for the CaliforniaFIRST Program.

Approved a six-year time extension for the Landmark Tower Tentative Map.

Approved a joint use agreement with Milpitas Unified School District for jointly providing recreation and community use of facilities.


Public Hearing:
Principal Housing Planner Felix Reliford presented Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding allocations for Fiscal Year 2010-11, and the One Year Action Plan. Eight members of various applicant organizations spoke regarding justification and appreciation of their funded amounts. Approved CDBG funding levels (with line item adjustments) and adopted the One-Year Action Plan. (3 "YES" votes; 2 "NO" votes (Livengood, Giordano)).

Redevelopment Agency
Provided a loan (subject to conditions) of $1.5M to SunPower, in partnership with Flextronics, to develop a manufacturing facility to fabricate solar panels, resulting in the creation or retention of 90 jobs. (Gomez Abstain).

Certified the final program environmental impact report for the proposed Thirteenth Amendment to the redevelopment plan for the Milpitas Redevelopment Project Area No. 1 and the proposed Sixth Amendment to the redevelopment plan for the Great Mall redevelopment project.

Made certain findings in connection with the proposed Thirteenth Amendment to the Redevelopment Plan for Milpitas Redevelopment Project Area No. 1.

Found and determined the use of monies from the low and moderate income housing fund outside of the boundaries of Milpitas Redevelopment Project Area No. 1, as amended by the Thirteenth Amendment, will benefit the project area and authorized expenditure of such funds.

Received file report on the 2010-2015 Capital Improvement Program.


Council:
Adopted written findings in response to written objections to the adoption of the proposed Thirteenth Amendment to the redevelopment plan for the Milpitas Project Area No. 1 and the proposed Sixth Amendment to the redevelopment plan for the Great Mall Project.

Made findings based upon consideration of the Final Environmental Impact Report prepared for the proposed Thirteenth Amendment to the redevelopment plan for the Milpitas Project Area No. 1 and the proposed Sixth Amendment to the redevelopment plan for the Great Mall project.

Found and determined the use of monies from the Low and Moderate Income Housing Fund outside the boundaries of the Milpitas Project Area No. 1, as amended by the Thirteenth Amendment , will benefit the project area and authorized the expenditure of such funds.

Elected to receive a portion of the tax increments allocated from the Milpitas Project Area No. 1 pursuant to Health and Safety Code sections 33607.5 and 33607.7.

Elected to receive that portion of the tax increments from the Thirteenth Amendment Added Area attributable to tax rate increases imposed for the benefit of the city after the adoption of the proposed Thirteenth Amendment to the redevelopment plan for the Milpitas Project Area No. 1 pursuant to Health and Safety Code section 33676.

Received Telecommunication Master Plan Update Report and adopted additional recommendations to the 2007 Telecommunications Master Plan, as presented by the Telecommunications Commission, with additional direction to the Commission to research city staff payroll and time-keeping technologies.

Authorized City Manager to execute an agreement with Pyro Spectaculars in an amount not exceed $21,000 for the city's annual 4th of July fireworks display.


Public Forum
A Milpitas citizen presented information and requested support for Proposition 15, The California Fair Elections Act.


Mayor Bob Livengood - Yes
Vice-Mayor Pete McHugh - Yes
Debbie Giordano - Yes
Armando Gomez - Yes
Althea Polanski - Yes

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