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March 11, 2014 > Hayward City Council

Hayward City Council

March 4, 2014

Presentation:
Mayor Michael Sweeney honored Hayward businesses that were nominated for the 2014 East Bay Innovation Awards. Honorees were presented with a recognition award from the City of Hayward. Included were: Aaron Metals, Alphabet Energy, Aurora Algae, ConXtech, Glimmerglass Optical Cyber Solutions, Illumina, Inland Metal Technologies, Jupiter Systems, Porifera, Seeo.

Consent:
Approval of ordinance to amend the Hayward Municipal Code to rezone property related to residential development at 199 Filbert Street.


Public Hearings:
Councilmember Salinas called up an item to allow Integral, a developer, to build 194 townhomes at the site of the closed MervynÕs headquarters. The 11.3 acre site is located in downtown Hayward on Foothill Boulevard. City staff gave a report, followed by a public hearing in which developers and citizens of Hayward expressed varying opinions on the proposed development. City Council voted and did not approve the plan Ð 3 Aye, 4 Nay (Sweeny, Peixoto, Jones, Mendall)

Authorize American Disability Act compliant upgrade to parking lot at Weekes Park and Branch Library. Approve contract with Gradetech, Inc. for $252,954 Ð 6 Aye, 1 Nay (Zermano)

Place Measure for one half cent sales tax with a ÒsunsetÓ provision after 20 years on June 3, 2014 ballot. Top three priorities: police and protective services, library, maintenance


Mayor Michael Sweeney Aye, 1 Nay
Mayor Pro Tempore Mark Salinas Aye
Marvin Peixoto Aye, 1 Nay
Barbara Halliday Aye
Francisco Zermeľo Aye, 1 Nay
Greg Jones Aye, 1 Nay
Al Mendall Aye, 1 Nay

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