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May 18, 2010 > Newark City Council

Newark City Council

May 13, 2010

Presentations and Proclamations:
Alexander Shambaugh commended for becoming an Eagle Scout.
Newark Memorial High School Boys Basketball team commended.
May 13 proclaimed as Arbor Day in Newark.
Proclaimed May as Water Aquatics Safety Month.

Written Communications:
Approved Mi Pueblo Food Center at 35156 Newark Blvd. in the Rosemont Square Shopping Center.

Public Hearings:
Approved a Community Development Maintenance Fee on building permits, based on 0.5 percent of construction value.

Approved a six-month review of a Conditional Use Permit for AT&T at 35450 Newark Blvd.

Approved American Crown Circus at Newark Junior High School at 6201 Lafayette Ave., with performances June 18-21; a benefit for Tri-Cities League of Volunteers (LOV)

City Manager Reports:
Approved improvements for Landscaping and Lighting District Nos. 1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 10, 11, 13, 15, 16, 17. The public hearing for these districts will be June 24.

Approved City's revised Records Retention Schedule for code enforcement records.

Extended the lease for an additional year, with Viola Blythe Community Service Center of Newark, Inc. for use of Jerry Raber Ash Street Park Building #1 as a food and clothing distribution center

Approved Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) to update self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), a critical component of emergency response. City of Newark's award is approximately $132,415.

Approved one-year contract with Randall Funding and Development, Inc., for grant writing and research services.

Mayor David Smith - Yes
Vice-Mayor Alberto Huezo - Yes
Ana Apodaca - Yes
Luis Freitas - Yes
Al Nagy - Yes

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