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December 21, 2010 > Hayward City Council

Hayward City Council

December 14, 2010

Key to the City presented to sportscaster Jon Miller, play-byplay announcer for the San Francisco Giants and a graduate of Hayward High School ('69).

Work Session
State of the Redevelopment Project Area.

Proposed expansion of BART Hayward Maintenance Complex.

Adopted annual report of Redevelopment Agency activities for FY 2010.

Awarded contract to Platinum Pipeline, Inc. in the amount of $158,700 to install water line for the Golf Course Access Road Project. The city's Capital Improvement Program includes $712,000 in the Water Capital Improvement Fund which will adequately cover the total project cost of $253,700. Remaining monies will be used for separate work on another section of the water main in the vicinity in partnership with the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District.

Adopted Positions and Salaries Schedule (FY 2010-11) and amended FY 2010-11 Allocated Positions.

Authorized City Manager to negotiate and execute an agreement with the Alameda County Public Works Agency to relocate the Industrial Pkwy-Huntwood Ave. pedestrian bridge as part of the County's Floodwall Improvement Project. (6 YES, 1 NO (Zermeno)).

Accepted revisions to the Council Member Handbook which sets out codes of conduct for Council and the public to facilitate meetings.

Amended Municipal Code re. Underground District No. 29 to inter overhead wiring along Mission Blvd. from A St. to the north City limit.

Amended Municipal Code re. Underground District No. 30 to inter overhead wiring along Mission Blvd. from 700 ft. south of Arrowhead Way to the south city limit.

Legislative Business
Approved Drought Implementation Plan

Introduced Inclusionary Housing Interim Relief Ordinance

Supported Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act.

Public Comments
Jim Drake complained about the use of a power washer at 11.30 p.m. the previous night and the noise generated. Although the culprit has received warnings, the proposed revisions to the Noise Ordinance will impose fines. According to Drake, residents adjacent to commercial property suffer most from noise pollution. He awaits the effects of the revised Ordinance with interest.

City Clerk Miriam Lens included an email from Paul Campos regarding the Inclusionary Housing Ordinance and another from John Dutra in connection with the DREAM Act for the record.

Mayor Michael Sweeney - Yes
Barbara Halliday - Yes
Olden Henson - Yes
Marvin Peixoto - Yes
Bill Quirk - Yes
Mark Salinas - Yes
Francisco Zermeno - Yes

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