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November 15, 2011 > Newark City Council

Newark City Council

November 10, 2011

Presentations and Proclamations:
Introduction of new and promoted employees

Sharon Yool of the Retired Teachers Association (FUN Division #91 - Fremont, Union City and Newark) displayed a $693,000 check representing the value of volunteer hours by retired teachers to the welfare of local communities.


Public Hearings:
Amend a Conditional Use Permit to install a liquid nitrogen tank at Matheson Tri-Gas

Approve a six-month review of a Conditional Use Permit for Little Flowers Montessori School


Consent:
Second reading of an ordinance prohibiting medical marijuana dispensaries in Newark
Amend a Joint Powers Agreement with Associated Community Action Program

Council Matters:
Councilmember Alberto Huezo spoke of his service on the council and expressed gratitude for support and civility of Newark, citizens, staff and fellow councilmembers. He noted that he will continue to reside in Newark and is proud to be an American by choice, having entered the United States as an immigrant in 1960. Mayor Smith remarked that Mr. Huezo is a true "American success story."

The next scheduled council meeting on December 8, 2011 will mark the final appearance of both Mayor David Smith and Councilperson Alberto Huezo on Newark City Council. Both declined to run for reelection November 8, 2011.


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

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