Tri-City Voice Newspaper - What's Happening - Fremont, Hayward, Milpitas, Newark, Sunol and Union City, California

 

July 5, 2011 > Fremont City Council

Fremont City Council

June 28, 2011

Consent:
Approve final map of Lunare Development, LLC for public and private streets at the northeast corner of the intersection of Fremont Boulevard and Blacow Road in the Irvington District.

Approve Slurry Seal contract with Bond Blacktop, Inc. for $795,556 to provide preventive maintenance for 115 street segments covering approximately 380,000 yards of pavement surface. Bid alternates will add 35 residential street segments.

Sufficient funds are available for all work submitted.

Approve contract with Falcon Fuels, Inc. as City's primary vendor for purchase and delivery of a minimum of 200,000 gallons of fuel (approximately 2/3 of the City's annual fuel consumption) for a one-year term and renewal for up to two one-year terms. Bid by Falcon was $941,653.74. Remainder of fuel requirements is subject to competitive bids.

Authorize change of City Council meeting schedule to the first, second and third Tuesday of each month effective after the August Council recess. Special meetings to accommodate unusual circumstances or necessary additional sessions will be "widely noticed to the public."

Ceremonial:
Honor Police Officer Mike Laing for 30 years service

Other Business:
Consider alternatives for a change to provisions for the Affordable Housing Ordinance which requires 15% of units to be available at affordable rents or purchase cost (or an in-lieu fee). Changes will allow developers to acquire affordable units - low and very low income - including "short-sale" off-site after issuance of a building permit if a security deposit is in place.

Approve FY 2010/11 signal priority list and allocate funds for traffic improvement projects including intersection improvements at Blacow Road/Fremont Boulevard; Blacow Road/Omar Street-Robin Street; Blacow Road/Boone Drive; Fremont Boulevard/Enea Court. Signalized intersections are controlled by the City (161) and Caltrans (47). Staff was asked to study of new ranking system of signals and traffic calming. Light replacement alternatives were discussed as well as the issue of Scott Creek Road traffic. No new traffic signals are proposed.

Appropriate $840,000 from FY 2009/10 and FY 2010/11 and $365,000 from FY 2011/12.


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

Home        Protective Services Classifieds   Community Resources   Archived Issues  
About Us   Advertising   Comments   Subscribe   TCV Store   Contact

Tri Cities Voice What's Happening - click to return to home page

Copyright © 2014 Tri-City Voice