MINUTES OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SANTA CLARA
FOR MEETING HELD ON TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 24, 2012

 

 

     The Council met for a Closed Session at 6:00 pm in the Council Conference Room for a Conference for Personnel Matters pursuant to Government Code Section 54957(b)(1); Public Employee Appointment Title:  City Manager and for a Conference with        Real Property Negotiator pursuant to Government Code        Section 54956.8; Property: APN 104-03-038 and APN 104-03-039; Negotiating Party(ies):  Montana Property Group, LLC, Robert L. Mezzetti II; City Negotiator:  Jennifer Sparacino, City Manager (or her designee); Under Negotiation: Purchase/Sale/Exchange/ Lease of Real Property (provisions, price and terms of payment).

 

 

 

     The Council then met at 7:00 pm for the regular scheduled meeting in the City Hall Council Chambers.  The meeting was opened with the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance and the reading of an Invocation Prayer.

 

 

 

     Present:  Council Members Lisa M. Gillmor, Will Kennedy, Patricia M. Mahan, Jamie McLeod and Kevin Moore and Mayor Jamie L. Matthews.  Absent:  Council Member Patrick Kolstad (excused).

 

     Staff present: City Manager, Assistant City Manager, Acting Assistant City Manager, Director of Planning and Inspection, Director of Public Works/City Engineer, City Attorney and City Clerk/Auditor.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made McLeod, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Executive Assistant to the Mayor’s memo (04/17/12), the Council excuse Council Member Kolstad from attendance at this evening’s meeting.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by  Gillmor, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that the Minutes for the March 15, 2012 – Special Meeting be adopted as written.  

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Kennedy, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that the Minutes for the March 27, 2012 Meeting be adopted as written. 

 

 

 

     As a Special Order of Business item, MOTION was made by Kennedy, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the City Clerk/Auditor’s memo (04/17/12), the Council  reappoint the following members for the term ending June 30, 2016 as follows:  Board of Library TrusteesElizabeth A. “Betsy” Megas and Kathleen “Kathy” Watanabe, Cultural Advisory CommissionDave Leon and Debra Pavao, Historical and Landmarks CommissionKris Motyka and Senior Advisory CommissionDwight Collins and Alice Pivacek; declare vacancies for the full term ending June 30, 2016 as follows:  Civil Service Commission – 1 vacancy, Cultural Advisory Commission – 1 vacancy, Parks and Recreation Commission – 2 vacancies, Planning Commission – 2 vacancies and Housing Rehabilitation Loan Committee – 1 vacancy; set the following dates as a Special Order of Business for the promotion of vacancies as follows:  April 24, 2012 – Parks and Recreation Commission and Planning Commission, May 8, 2012 – Civil Service Commission and Housing Rehabilitation Loan Committee and May 15, 2012 – Cultural Advisory Commission; set the following deadlines for receipt of applications at 5:00 pm and interview dates to fill the vacancies:  Parks and Recreation Commission and Planning Commission -  application deadline on July 3, 2012 and interviews on July 10, 2012, Civil Service Commission and Housing Rehabilitation Loan Committee – application deadline on July 11, 2012 and interviews on July 17, 2012 and Cultural Advisory Commission – application deadline on August 15, 2012 and interviews on August 21, 2012; and set July 10, 2012 as a Special Order of Business for the presentation of appropriate plaques, tiles and certificates to outgoing members as follows:  Board of Library Trustees – Georgina Aguiar Dinh, Civil Service Commission – Mohammed M. Nadeem Ph.D., Cultural Advisory Commission – Vivian M. Arciniega-Aanenson, Parks and Recreation Commission – Steve Lee and Jerry Marsalli, Planning Commission – Tony Marine and Rob Mayer and the Housing Rehabilitation Loan Committee – Brice McQueen.   

 

 

 

     Also as a Special Order of Business, Parks and Recreation Commissioner Ray Gamma, addressed the Council with an electronic presentation to promote the vacancies on the Parks and Recreation Commission (Director of Parks and Recreation – 04/20/12).

 

 

 

     Also as a Special Order of Business, Planning Commissioner Keith Stattenfield, addressed the Council with an electronic presentation to promote the vacancies on the Planning Commission (Director of Planning and Inspection – 04/18/12).

 

 

 

     Also as a Special Order of Business, the Council proceeded to consider the acceptance of the retirement letter from City Manager Jennifer Sparacino, effective June 30, 2012. The City Manager reviewed her memo (04/19/12), which has been incorporated into the record, as follows:

 

Dear Mayor Matthews and Members of the City Council:

 

I will be retiring from the City of Santa Clara effective June 30, 2012. It has been a pleasure and an honor to serve as City Manager for Santa Clara for the last 25+ years, and to have worked for this City for more than 36 years.

 

The City has been more than my place of employment. It has been a great community in which to live and work. The years have been personally very rewarding, full of opportunities, accomplishments, challenges and celebrations. I will miss my day-to-day involvement with this exceptional organization.

 

Santa Clara has an outstanding executive management team, both current and former, and I have been especially proud to serve with these professionals. The City has dedicated

employees in every department and I have been privileged to work with all of them, including our retired City employees and former City Manager Don Von Raesfeld. Don

helped to establish the City's high standards of citizen service excellence, which it has been my goal to maintain and continue.

 

This is an ideal time to transition the operations of our overall organization to a new City Manager and his/her leadership. The City has begun moving towards economic recovery. Departments are working diligently to continue the services that our residents and businesses know and love. Major agreements and long term financing for the stadium project have been completed; with this very significant project we are now shifting focus into a new but equally important phase, the stadium construction period and plans for operation of this facility - an opportune time for a new City Manager to step in.

 

My focus during the next few months will be to propose a balanced City budget for Fiscal Year 2012-13, work through the initial stages of the RDA dissolution, establish an effective implementation plan for the new Stadium, and to leave this City in the best condition to

ensure continued successes. If you wish, I will be happy to assist with setting up a process to select a new City Manager to ensure a smooth transition and to develop an interim transition plan while the recruitment is underway.

 

I appreciate the Council's support for the Executive Management Team and your respect for the hard work of all City employees. It has been a great privilege to have served as City Manager for such an outstanding community. Santa Clara is truly a great City because of the efforts of many fine individuals who work together as a team, and in the best interests of the City, its residents and businesses. It has been a pleasure to serve with you, and with so many others. Thank you for all your support.

 

The City Manager then thanked the Mayor and the members of the City Council and all the City Council’s that she has had the opportunity to work with over the years and stated that she has appreciated the support and the ongoing commitment that those Council Members have had to our community. She stated that she also feels very fortunate, after 36 years with the City and 25 of those years as City Manager, to have had the opportunity to work with some of the most stellar executive management team members and City employees who have been dedicated to the City of Santa Clara. She stated that she also has been so happy to have been part of the Santa Clara team and to do things the Santa Clara way. She stated that she has enjoyed the Santa Clara community very much – our residents and our businesses – and all the wonderful diversity that we have. She again thanked everyone for the support. Council comments were made. A standing ovation was made in honor of the City Manager and her years of service.    MOTION was made with reluctance by Kennedy, seconded and unanimously carried with Moore dissenting (Kolstad absent), that the Council accept the retirement letter from City Manager Jennifer Sparacino, effective June 30, 2012 and authorize placement of the letter in the City's official records.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Mayor’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve the "Proposed Transition and Recruitment Plan for the Position of City Manager"; appoint retired Assistant City Manager Ronald E. Garratt as Interim City Manager, effective July 1, 2012; approve the establishment of a Council Committee "City Manager Recruitment Council Ad Hoc Committee"; and appoint Vice-Mayor Gillmor, Council Member Moore (senior Council Member), and Mayor Matthews to serve on the Committee.

 

 

 

     Also as a Special order of Business, the Council proceeded to consider the acceptance of the Third Quarter Status Report for Council Principles and Priorities for 2011-2013.  The City Manager reviewed her memo (04/18/12) and gave an electronic presentation.  Council comments were then made.  Michelle Purviance, representing the South of Forest Neighborhood Association (SOFNA), addressed the Council with comments of gratitude regarding the completion of the South of Forest Neighborhood Project.  Mike O’Halloran, representing the South of Forest Neighborhood Association (SOFNA), addressed the Council with comments of gratitude regarding the completion of the South of Forest Neighborhood Street Improvements Project and general City services.  MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that the Council accept the Third Quarter Status Report for Council Principles and Priorities for 2011-2013 and set the next quarterly status report for July 17, 2012.

 

 

 

     As an item of Unfinished Business, the Council proceeded to consider the Director of Public Works/City Engineer’s memo (04/17/12) related to the proposed San Francisco 49ers stadium regarding an update on contracts and agreements approved by the Executive Director related to the Stadium Site Preparation Project (Make Ready Work).  The City Manager reviewed the memo.  The Council duly noted and filed the memo.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the City Manager’s memo (04/17/12), the Council adopt Resolution No. 12-7927 entitled, “RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SANTA CLARA RATIFYING THE MAYOR'S APPOINTMENT OF AN ALTERNATE TO THE OVERSIGHT BOARD FOR THE SUCCESSOR AGENCY FOR THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE CITY OF SANTA CLARA” which ratifies the Mayor's appointment of the Assistant Director of Finance as alternate for the Director of Finance to the Oversight Board for Successor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency of the City of Santa Clara.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Finance’s memo (04/17/12), the Council accept the Monthly Financial Status Reports for January 2012, as presented.

 

 

 

MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Parks and Recreation’s memo (04/04/12), the Council adopt Resolution No. 12-7928 entitled, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA, DECLARING A TEMPORARY RESTRICTION AND CONTROL OF ANIMALS AT THE SANTA CLARA ALL CITY PICNIC ON JULY 4, 2012” which declares a temporary restriction and control of animals at the Santa Clara All City Picnic on July 4, 2012.

 

 


 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Parks and Recreation’s memo (04/17/12), the Council adopt Resolution No. 12-7929 entitled, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA, DECLARING A TEMPORARY RESTRICTION AND CONTROL OF ANIMALS AT THE SANTA CLARA ART AND WINE FESTIVAL ON SEPTEMBER 15 & 16, 2012” which declares a temporary restriction and control of animals at the Santa Clara Art and Wine Festival on September 15 and 16, 2012.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Public Works/City Engineer’s memo (04/17/12), the Council accept the work performed by JJR Construction, Inc. on the South of Forest Neighborhood (SOFN) Street Improvement Phase IV - Harold Avenue and Brookside Avenue Reconstruction and authorize the recordation of a Notice of Completion with the County Recorder (CE 10-11-13).

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Senior Staff Aide’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve and authorize the publication of the June 2012 Mission City SCENES.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per Director of Public Works/City Engineer’s memo (04/17/12), the Council accept the work performed by KJ Woods Construction, Inc. on Walsh Avenue Sanitary Sewer and Recycled Water Improvements Project and authorize the recordation of the Notice of Completion with the County Recorder (CE 07-08-11).

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Electric Utility’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve the use of City Electric forces for the installation of facilities at 745 University Street; 3901 Burton Drive; 1450 and 1490 El Camino Real; 744 Bucher Street; and 3151 and 3161 Cecil Avenue.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Public Works/City Engineer’s memo (04/17/12), the Council set May 8, 2012 for a Public Hearing to consider a right-of-way Encroachment Agreement with Santa Barbara Equities to retain and maintain a portion of a roof overhang within the public Right-of-Way at   1285 Homestead Road and authorize the posting of the notice of Public Hearing (APN 269-22-111; SC 18,477).

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Public Works/City Engineer’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve the Plans and Specifications for the Homestead Road/Kiely Boulevard Traffic Signal Interconnect and Coordination Project; authorize the City Manager to make minor, non-substantive modifications if necessary; and authorize the advertisement of bids (CE 11-12-02).

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Planning and Inspection’s memo (04/17/12), the Council authorize the transmittal of a letter from the Mayor and City Manager on behalf of the Council to the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) Board of Directors supporting the dedicated Lane Option for the El Camino Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the City Attorney’s memo (04/20/12), the Council adopt Resolution No. 12-7930 entitled, “A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA, ADJUSTING THE POLITICAL CAMPAIGN VOLUNTARY EXPENDITURE LIMITS PURSUANT TO SECTION 2.130.160(a) OF ‘THE CODE OF THE CITY OF SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA’

(NOVEMBER 6, 2012 ELECTION)” which adjusts the political campaign voluntary expenditure limits pursuant to Section 2.130.160(a) of the City Code to $36,800 for the November 6, 2012 election.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Electric Utility’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve, and authorize the City Manager to execute, an Agreement for Services with Siemens Industry, Incorporated, in an amount not to exceed $1,184,163.74, for the implementation of a meter data management software system.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Electric Utility’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve, and authorize the City Manager to execute, an Enterprise Program Agreement with    OSIsoft, LLC  in a form substantially similar to the agreement presented, subject to final review by the City Attorney, in an amount not to exceed $474,200, to provide enterprise software licensing and services for installation, configuration, modifications and maintenance to OSIsoft, PI Enterprise and related systems.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Public Works/City Engineer’s memo (04/18/12), the Council approve, and authorize the City Manager to execute, an Agreement for Design Professional Services with     GHD Inc., in an amount not to exceed $104,000, for the Golf Course Storm Drain Pump Station Rehabilitation Project and authorize the City Manager to make minor, non-substantive modifications to the Agreement, if necessary.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Public Works/City Engineer’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve, and authorize the City Manager to execute, a Trail and Landscaping Maintenance and Indemnification Agreement with the Santa Clara Unified School District (SCUSD) for the San Tomas Aquino Spur Trail Project (CE 11-12-03).

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Information Technology’s memo (04/09/12), the Council approve, and authorize the City Manager to execute, an Enterprise Agreement with Microsoft Licensing, GP, in an amount not to exceed $898,103.64, for software licenses for a three year term.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Finance’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve, and authorize the City Manager to negotiate and execute, an Agreement for Professional Services with Maze & Associates, with an initial cost of $157,050 with Consumer Price Index (CPI) Adjustments each year, plus two one-year options to extend the contract for Fiscal Years 2014-15 and 2015-16, to perform the annual financial audit for the City, its Agencies and Corporations; and authorize the City Manager to execute future engagement letters and other related documents to the Audit Services contract.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Electric Utility’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve, and authorize the City Manager to execute, Amendment No. 1 to the EnergyAxis Management System Contract (Master Agreement) with Elster Solutions, LLC, in an amount not to exceed $105,087.90, to provide Phase 2 of the EnergyAxis Management System for the advanced metering and Utility Communications Infrastructure (UCI) deployment.

 

 


 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Electric Utility’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve, and authorize the City Manager to execute, a Call Agreement for Substation Relay Automation and Integration Services and Call No 12-1 with Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories, in an amount not to exceed $103,000, for relay and automation and integration testing at Mission Substation.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Electric Utility’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve, and authorize the City Manager to execute, an Electrical Easement Agreement with Los Esteros Critical Energy Facility, LLC (LECEF) for the granting of a temporary construction easement and a permanent easement on City owned property at the Santa Clara Switching Station for the installation of underground electric facilities; authorize the City Manager to execute a Memorandum of Easement to provide notice of the Electric Easement Agreement; and authorize the recordation of the easement with the County Recorder.

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Public Works/City Engineer’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve, and authorize the City Manager to execute, an Agreement for Design Professional Services with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $121,950, for the De La Cruz Boulevard, El Camino Real and Scott Boulevard Traffic Signal Interconnect and Coordination Project and authorize the City Manager to make minor, non-substantive modifications to the Agreement, if necessary.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that the Council note and file the Senior Advisory Commission Minutes for the meeting of January 23, 2012.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Planning and Inspection’s memo (04/16/12) the Council note and file the Historical and Landmarks Commission Minutes for the meeting of March 1, 2012.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Planning and Inspection’s memo (04/16/12) the Council note and file the Planning Commission Minutes for the meeting of March 21, 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that the Council note and file the Neighborhood – University Relations Committee (NURC) Minutes for the meeting of November 14, 2011.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Planning and Inspection’s memo (04/17/12), the Council approve the Special Permit request from Jeffrey Houghton, Santa Clara Marriott Hotel - 2700 Mission College Boulevard to allow a temporary 14,000 square foot tent in the parking lot for two years, erected four times a year with event dates coordinated with Planning Division, subject to conditions (PLN2012-09165).

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Planning and Inspection’s memo (04/17/12) the Council approve the request from Shirley Odou, 1231 Lafayette Street to initiate the process of rezoning the subject property from Downtown Commercial (CD) to Single Family (R1-6L) (PLN2012-09119). 

 

 

 

     The Council proceeded to consider the Parks and Recreation Commission Minutes for the meeting of February 21, 2012 and approval to consider removing the facility use deposit from the City Fee Schedule for the use of Parks and Recreation department facilities by Youth Organizations (Priority Group #4) and Non-Profit Organizations (Priority Group #6); approval to maintain the current practice of not permitting special events that potentially impact the park and neighborhood, charge admission, or are not sponsored by a City Commission; and approval to encourage community groups to seek event sponsorship by a City commission.  The City Manager reviewed the item and answered Council questions. A Council discussion followed.  MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent) that the Council approve the removal of the facility use deposit from the City Fee Schedule for the use of Parks and Recreation department facilities by Youth Organizations (Priority Group #4) and Non-Profit Organizations (Priority Group #6); approve maintaining the current practice of not permitting special events that potentially impact the park and neighborhood or charge admission; approve encouraging community groups to seek event sponsorship by a City commission; and note and file the minutes for the meeting of February 21, 2012.  

 

 

 

     The Council proceeded to consider the Senior Advisory Commission Minutes for the meeting of February 27, 2012 and the  approval to allow the public an opportunity to submit ideas to the Council via the City website, to read the ideas of others, express support of the ideas of others and receive a response; approval to support a two-way communication with members of the public; and approval for all areas of the Senior Center, except the Natatorium, to remain open and staffed with volunteers on City Furlough days during the same time the Senior Center is open for the Nutrition Program.  The City Manager reviewed the item and answered Council questions.  A Council discussion followed.  MOTION was made by Mahan, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent) that the Council note and file the minutes for the meeting of February 27, 2012.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Kennedy, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Acting Chief of Police’s memo (04/13/12), the Council authorize the City Manager and the Chief of Police to submit an application for the 2012 Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) from the Bureau of Justice Assistance to purchase items to provide a safer environment for the citizens of Santa Clara and provide updated equipment to the traffic unit; accept and appropriate estimated revenue, in the amount of $14,855, from Other Agencies (account 177-7752-55580-[G]JAG12) to the project (account 177-7752-88040-[G]JAG12-[I]4795);  authorize the City Manager to execute all documents related to the grant; and approve the rollover of unexpended appropriations to future fiscal years.

 

 

 

      MOTION was made by Kennedy, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the Director of Planning and Inspection and Director of Public Works/City Engineer’s memo (04/19/12), the Council approve, and authorize the City Manager to execute, Amendment No. 2 to the Agreement for Professional Services with Shums Coda Associates, in an amount of $719,600 and for a total contract amount not to exceed $836,600, for inspection services; and approve estimated revenue in the amount of $700,000 (account 001-5532-56600) and appropriations in the amount of $700,000 to contractual services (account 001-5532-87870).

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Kennedy, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that the Council approve the Bills and Claims and Progress Payments.

 

 

 

     Council Member McLeod noted that the National Prescription Takeback Campaign will be held April 23, 2012 and any expired or unused medications can be dropped off at the Santa Clara Police Department from 10 am – 2 pm.  

 

 

 

     The City Attorney reported that earlier in the evening the Council met for a Closed Session in the Council Conference Room for Personnel Matters pursuant to Government Code Section 54957(b)(1); Public Employee Appointment Title:  City Manager and there was no reportable action; and for a Conference with Real Property Negotiator pursuant to Government Code Section    54956.8; Property: APN 104-03-038 and APN 104-03-039; Negotiating Party(ies):  Montana   Property Group, LLC, Robert L. Mezzetti II; City Negotiator:  Jennifer Sparacino, City Manager (or her designee); Under Negotiation: Purchase/Sale/ Exchange/ Lease of Real Property (provisions, price and terms of payment) and there was no reportable action.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by Moore, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that, per the City Attorney’s memo (04/17/12), the Council set May 8, 2012 at 6:00 pm for a Closed Session in the Council Conference Room for Personnel Matters pursuant to Government Code Section 54957(b)(1), Public Employee Appointment, Title:  City Manager.

 

 

 

     MOTION was made by McLeod, seconded and unanimously carried (Kolstad absent), that there being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 8:20 pm In Memory of Warren L. Stanley (long-time Santa Clara resident and former City employee, City Clerk's Office) to Tuesday evening, May 8, 2012 at 6:00 pm for a Closed Session in the Council Conference Room and to 7:00 pm for the regular scheduled meeting in the City Hall Council Chambers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ATTEST:  ________________________

                     City Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

APPROVE: ________________________

                     Mayor