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May 11, 2010 > Fremont City Council

Fremont City Council

May 4, 2010


Award $115,189 to Sposeto Engineering, Inc. for the Mission Boulevard sidewalk and pedestrian signal project between Callery Court and Driscoll Road.

Introduce an ordinance for a Planned District Major Amendment of a previously approved project to allow creation of individual lots instead of condominium units.

Adopt Guiding Principles for future development of Warm Springs/South Fremont area.

Proclaim:
Affordable Housing Week
Bike to Work Day
Public Service Recognition Week; May 3-9
Mormon Helping Hands Day: May 8

Resolution recognizing three employees of ClubSport whose quick action using CPR and an Auto External Defibrillator saved the life of a 59-year old. Fremont Fire Department Engine #57 continued resuscitation efforts and transported the patient to hospital care.

Approve a Joint Powers Agreement for a new Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC) as the result of a merger between Alameda County Congestion Management Agency (ACCMA) and Alameda County Transportation Improvement Authority (ACTIA).

Introduce an ordinance that rescinds the existing sidewalk and concrete repair policy and reverts care and maintenance responsibilities of sidewalks and trees (and/or overhanging branches) in public right-of-way to owners of lots or portions of lots fronting any portion of a public street. Emergency safety repairs will be done by the city personnel when necessary.

Authorize a contract with Napa Auto Parts to maintain replacement parts and inventory for city fleets. This should create a substantial savings over city-owned inventory. Contract will be in the amount of not-to-exceed $443,948 in any of three contract years through June 30, 2013. City Manager is authorized to increase this amount by up to 20 percent in any year.

Presentation of Parks and Recreation, Public Facilities, Economic Development, Conservation and Natural Resources and Safety elements of General Plan 2030. This completes council sessions to review all major elements of the draft. During summer months, staff will continue writing, layout and graphics for the plan and begin the Environmental Impact Report. Another round of public outreach will be held in September and October. Revisions and review are scheduled for November through January 2011. An adoption process is anticipated in Spring 2011.

Mayor Bob Wasserman Aye
Vice Mayor Bob Wieckowski Aye
Anu Natarajan Aye
Bill Harrison Aye
Suzanne Lee Chan Aye

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