January 17, 2012 > Hayward City Council
Hayward City Council
January 10, 2012
Adopted ordinance to change zoning from High Density Residential District to General Commercial District for proposed expansion and remodel of the Toyota dealership.
Adopted ordinance to repeal the Mission Corridor Specific Design Overlay District for proposed expansion and remodel of the Toyota dealership.
Authorized city manager to execute a professional services agreement (PSA) with Water Systems Optimization, Inc for implementation of a System-Wide Leak Detection Survey in the maximum amount of $90,000. Completion of final report expected in July 2012.
Approved plans and specifications and issued call for bids (to be received on February 14, 2012) for the replacement of Highland 250-Highland 500 16-inch Transmission Main and upgrade of Highland 250 Pump Station. Total estimated project cost is $1.44M. The FY 2012 Capital Improvement Program has budgeted $1.8M for these works which will be treated as single project for bidding. Completion expected in October 2012.
Authorized city manager to execute a PSA with Psomas in the maximum amount of $55,000 for design and construction administration services for the Electrical and Mechanical Improvement to High School Reservoir Project Total estimated project cost is $400,000. The FY 2012 Capital Improvement Program has budgeted $400,000 for these works.
Approved Freeway Agreement for I-880/SR 92 Interchange Project and Freeway Maintenance Agreement with Caltrans. 6 YES, 1 ABSTENSION (Halliday).
Authorized City of Hayward to serve as the successor agency to the Hayward Redevelopment Agency and the Hayward Housing Authority to serve as the successor Housing Agency.
Community Services Commissioner Diane Fagalde remarked on the thefts of equipment from Eden Youth Center. She would like to see more security to deter further criminal activity.
Councilman Bill Quirk encouraged the public to attend the January 17, 2012 Council meeting at City Hall at 7 p.m. The Council's priorities for 2012 will be discussed.
Mayor Michael Sweeney - Yes
Barbara Halliday - Yes
Olden Henson - Yes
Marvin Peixoto - Yes
Bill Quirk - Yes
Mark Salinas - Yes
Francisco Zermeľo - Yes