July 19, 2011 > Hayward City Council
Hayward City Council
July 12, 2011
Jose Ochoa, Hayward High School, accepted $10,000 Peter Sategna Scholarship Award and certificate of commendation. Ochoa plans to become a computer engineer.
Business Recognition Award for July 2011 presented to Plastikon Industries. Award accepted by Fred Soofer, President & CEO. Plastikon is a precision tool and plastic parts manufacturer and one of three surviving NUMMI suppliers in Alameda County [of the original 30], having re-engineered and diversified to become a supplier to Tesla.
2010 Census results.
Negotiation of a disbursement agreement with Department of Housing and Community Development for Infill Infrastructure Grant funds, jointly executed with developers of South Hayward BART Transit-Oriented Development; negotiation of an Owner Participation Agreement with the same developers; modification of conditions of approval for the project, as requested by the developer; formation of a Joint Powers Authority to address BART parking and access issues.
Awarded contract to Gallagher and Burk, Inc., in the amount of $493,331.70, for pavement reconstruction FY 11 of Taxiway "E" and East T-Hangar Zipperlane at Hayward Executive Airport. Total estimated project cost is $663,000. The adopted FY 2012 Capital Improvement Program includes $900,000 in the Airport Capital Improvement Fund for the Pavement Reconstruction FY11. Work will last from August 1 and to October 12, 2011.
Authorized $462,241 of delinquent single-family residential garbage bills as a special assessment against 1,257 properties if not paid on or before July 11, 2011. The additional franchise fee revenue due to the city from collection might amount to $58,700. Of the total 15 percent due in franchise fees, 12.5 percent would be allocated to the General Fund and 2.5 percent to the Stormwater Fund. An estimated $62,850 would be remitted to the city in administrative fees and allocated to the General Fund to cover staff costs for implementing the special assessment program.
Authorized $76,671.16 of overdue Residential Rental Inspection fees for calendar year 2010 and through May 31, 2011, as a special assessment against 71 properties if not paid on or before July 26, 2011.
Confirmed report and assessment for overdue community preservation charges for January 1, 2010 through June 2, 2011, if not paid on or before July 25, 2011. As of July 12, 91 properties owe a total of $210,172.44.
Authorized overdue vehicle abatement fees of $14,505.04 against 14 properties for January 1, 2010 through June 2, 2011, as a special assessment against properties if not paid on or before July 25, 2011.
Authorized City Manager to negotiate and execute a Professional Services Agreement with Reynolds, Smith and Hills in the maximum amount of $300,000 for Sulphur Creek Mitigation - Environmental Planning Project at Hayward Executive Airport.
Authorized City Manager to execute an extension of the existing First Responder Advanced Life Support (FRALS) agreement with Alameda County, through October 31, 2011.
Authorized City Manager to negotiate and execute a Professional Services Agreement with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. for Final Design and Right-of-Way Acquisition services for the I-880/SR-92 Reliever Route - Phase 1 Project in a maximum amount of $2.175M.
Proposed FY 2012 and FY 2013 Water and Sewer Rates and Connection Fees.
Approved request to change zoning from Medium Density Residential to Planned Development and to subdivide the property to construct 57 detached single-family homes at 353 B St. and the Vesting Tentative Tract Map application. Urban Dynamic (applicant), City of Hayward (owner).
Agreement for purchase and sale of real property (353 B St.) between the City of Hayward and Urban Dynamic, LLC for the construction of 57 detached, single-family homes.
Recommendation to the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) that eligible and interested tenants of properties within the Bunkerhill neighborhood have the right to buy the homes they have been renting subject to establishment of an assessment district to pay for roadway and utility improvements and a new roadway off Carlos Bee Blvd. into the neighborhood as part of the settlement agreement for the Route 238 Land Disposition Process.
Jim Drake continues to remark on safety of the Route 238 Corridor Improvement Project and looks forward to absence of potholes on Mission Blvd. He spoke on behalf of an acquaintance who would like Century Theaters, B St., to offer a senior discount more than once a week. There is leakage to Century 25, Union City, where such discounts are more frequently available.
Doug Ligibel remarked on the use of fireworks across the city before and after July 4; it compromises child safety. He and his neighborhood watch group placed approximately 100 calls to Hayward PD; most were dropped; the desired response to those that were received was unavailable. The sound of fireworks is often used to drown out gunfire which places residents and police officers in grave danger. Many residents are unhappy with July 4 "celebrations." Seven sworn police officers will be lost; can the city's 2012 budget be amended to retain them? According to Ligibel, the Measure A Utility Users' Tax was supposed to protect sworn officers' positions. Mayor Sweeney awaits a report about July 4 activities from the City Manager.
Charlie Peters, Clean Air Performance Professionals, thanked Council for its support over the issues of corn ethanol in gasoline and PZEVs.
Mayor Michael Sweeney - Yes
Barbara Halliday - Yes
Olden Henson - Yes
Marvin Peixoto - Yes
Bill Quirk - Yes
Mark Salinas - Yes
Francisco Zermeľo - Yes