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January 17, 2012 > Union City City Council

Union City City Council

January 10, 2012

Proclamations and Presentations:
Present awards and certificates to winners of Union City's annual Recycling Poster Art Contest ($50 for first place, $30 for second place, $15 for third place, $10 for honorable mention). Presentation by Roberto Munoz.
Introduction of new and promoted employees.
Proclamation commending Alameda County Fire Chief Sheldon Gilbert on selection as Ronny Jack Coleman Fire Chief of the Year by the California Fire Chiefs Association.

Consent Calendar:
Adopt a resolution creating a Disaster Worker Volunteer Program (removed from Consent, question of CERT involvement - Duncan).
Adopt additional Redevelopment Agency amendments to the Enforceable Payment Obligation Schedule.
Reclassify one Public Services Officer position to Community Services Aide.
Accept work for flooring replacement in Ruggieri Senior Center.

Public Hearings:
Designate 4-hour street parking limit on 10th Street and 11th Street (I Street to Decoto Road); J Street (11th Street to Railroad Avenue) and the East side of I Street (12th Street to Railroad Avenue).

City Manager Reports:
Review Economic Development Geographic Study Sessions. Areas studied include Old Alvarado, Station District, Central Bay and Horner Veasy. Challenges include blight, pedestrian access, contamination, vacancies, access, marketing conditions and traffic flow. Growth and development opportunities to be explored.
Status report on dissolution of Redevelopment Agency due to recent California Supreme Court decision. Create a successor agency to handle continuing projects and dissolution activities. An oversight board will be created for each redevelopment successor agency; that agency and State Controller will have final authority of decisions by successor agency.

Scheduled Oral Communication:
Speakers in support of the Youth Violence Prevention Coalition. Urging continued emphasis by the City in support of youth outreach and community engagement.

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