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January 24, 2012 > Fremont City Council

Fremont City Council

January 17, 2012


Consent:
Convert Central Park sand volleyball courts to multi-use hard court and tennis complex
Close out Capital projects and transfer funds
Declare no loan forgiveness between the City and Redevelopment Agency covered by AB 936 occurred during 2010 or 2011
Approve Bicycle Master Plan Update
Authorize a contract with Alameda County Transportation Commission for Tri-City Mobility Management Project in the amount of $114,500 for FY 2011/12 through FY 2012/13. Appropriate $55,000 to Fund 178.
Approve a contract amendment with Alameda County Transportation Improvement Authority to extend Tri-City Travel Training Program through Dec 31, 2014.
Public Hearing to approve General Plan amendment that would expand Open Space/Flood Combining District to allow a Biohazardous Waste Processing Facility, Mulch Processing and assorted recycling activities at the former Tri-Cities Recycling and Disposal Facility. Review a preliminary grading plan and a Conditional Use Permit for recycling and recovery operations.


Announcement:
It was announced that 14 individuals have submitted applications to interview to serve as mayor during the remainder of Mayor Wasserman's term. List and applications will be available at the City of Fremont website Wednesday, January 18. The council will meet Monday, January 23 to consider the selection process.


Redevelopment Agency:
Approve companion to City consent item


Item Removed from Consent Calendar:
Approve solid waste collection agreement amendment. Councilmember questioned future rate increases linked, in part, to Allied Waste employee health premiums. Another point questioned was the preference and authority to use the Fremont Transfer Station. Townhomes in Fremont currently do not have ability to use "Green Waste" containers and are exempt. This will be studied. Councilmember Chan asked about "Dumpster Diving" that staff characterized as "scavenging."


Referrals:
Approve appointments and reappointments to advisory bodies and commissions


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

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