The Mountain View City Council resumes its public duties Tuesday, Sept. 11 with a diverse agenda.
However before the elected officials and city staff dive in, County Supervisor Liz Kniss and former Palo Alto Mayor Vic Ojakian will receive a proclamation in honor of National Suicide Prevention Week.
The following is a brief synopsis of the evening's agenda. For the full agenda, click here.
To read the staff report on any of these items, click on the related hyperlink.
The consent calendar, agenda items that can be approved in one vote unless pulled for discussion by council or a member of the public, includes the revised Athletic Field Use Policy, the creation of the Fayette Park Capital Improvement Plan and allocation of appropriation funds, and the city's response to the Santa Clara County Grand Jury report on the analysis of pension costs and other benefits.
As part of the public hearing section, the council will consider approving a conditional use permit for a 70-unit planned development and heritage tree removal at 525-569 E. Evelyn Ave. They will also consider the tentative map for the subdivision.
The council will vote on a levy assessment for the downtown business improvement district area No. 2.
Under new business the city council turns its attention to the visioning process for the El Camino Real Precise Plan and the $400,000 that the Metropolitan Transportation Commission grant award. The city will also accept and designate $503,000 in funds from the State of California to be used for the San Antonio and El Camino Real Precise Plans. The city will also vote to transfer $350,000 from capital improvement plan reserves to the San Antonio Precise Plan.
Lastly, under new business the council will appoint a councilmember, and an alternate, to serve as Mountain View's representative on the Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority.
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