Regular Meeting eSummary
July 16
, 2002

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SUMMARY

 

BERKELEY CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING

 

TUESDAY, JULY 16, 2002
 

Preliminary Matters

 

Roll Call:  7:00 p.m.  Absent - Spring

 

Comments from the City Manager: 

  1. The California Theater reopened on June 28, 2002 after an extensive retrofit to meet earthquake standards.

  2. Introduced Acting Police Chief Roy Meisner.

 

Comments from the Public:  9 speakers.

 

Consent Calendar

 

Action:  Moved, seconded, carried (Breland/Worthington; Absent - Spring) to adopt the Consent Calendar in one motion except as indicated:

 

1.         Restrictions on Barbecues and Fires on Public Property (PDF, 301 KB)

From: City Manager

Recommendation:  Adopt the first reading of an Ordinance adding Berkeley Municipal Code (BMC) Chapter 6.15 entitled “Restrictions on Barbecues and Fires on Public Property.”

Contact: Manuela Albuquerque, City Attorney 981-6950

            Actions:  Adopted first reading of Ordinance.  Second reading scheduled for July 23, 2002.

 

2.         Contract: Legislative Representation Services (PDF, 201 KB)

            From: City Manager

            Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract and any amendments in an amount not to exceed $49,970 with Lynn Suter & Associates to provide the City with legislative representation services in Sacramento from July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2003.

            Contact: Phil Kamlarz, City Manager 981-7000

            Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,676–N.S.

  

3.         Contract: The Berkeley Alliance (PDF, 570 KB)

            From: City Manager

            Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract and any amendments with the Berkeley Alliance for $80,000 to provide administrative support and project services for this partnership endeavor with the Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD) and the UC Berkeley (UCB) campus from July 1, 2002 to June 30, 2003.

            Contact: Phil Kamlarz, City Manager 981-7000

            Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,677–N.S.

 

4.         Contract:  South Berkeley Neighborhood Development Corporation (PDF, 633 KB)

            From:  City Manager

            Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to amend a contract with the South Berkeley Neighborhood Development Corporation (SBNDC) by increasing the amount of the contract by $24,835 to $98,670 for the period August 3, 2001 to December 31, 2003 and to amend the Scope of Services to provide for the SBNDC’s planned activities by its Board and Executive Director for Fiscal Year 2003.

            Contact:  Thomas Myers, Economic Development, 705-8180

            Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,678–N.S.

 

5.         Contract:  Economic Revitalization and Community Development, Telegraph/Southside (PDF, 950 KB)

            From:  City Manager

            Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract and any amendments in the amount of $54,000 with the Telegraph Area Association (TAA) to support economic revitalization and community development in the Telegraph/Southside neighborhood for Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2003.

            Contact:  Tom Myers, Economic Development, 705-8123

            Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,679–N.S.

 

6.         Contract:  Bank of the West (PDF, 1 MB)

            From:  City Manager

            Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to increase the contract amount for banking services with Bank of the West in an amount not to exceed $383,000 for a term ending June 30, 2003.

            Contact:  Fran David, Finance, 981-7300

            Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,680–N.S.

  

7.         Contract:  Energy Efficient Products (PDF, 560 KB)

            From:  City Manager

            Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a sole source contract and any amendments with the Ecology Center for marketing services related to the bulk purchase of energy efficient products and materials in the amount of $40,000 for the period June 1, 2002 to August 31, 2003.

            Contact:  Stephen Barton, Housing, 981-5400

            Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,681–N.S.

 

8.         Purchase Order:  Temporary Employment Services (PDF, 116 KB)

            From:  City Manager

            Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution increasing the purchase order by $17,000 with Volt Service Group for a total amount not to exceed $42,000 for temporary employee services for the Police Department.

            Contact:  Dash Butler, Police, 981-5700

            Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,682–N.S.

 

9.         Grant: Computer Equipment for Police Department (PDF, 131 KB)

            From:  City Manager

            Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution authorizing the City Manager to accept $62,144 in grant funding from the State of California, California Law Enforcement Equipment Program (CLEEP), to purchase computer equipment.

            Contact:  Dash Butler, Police, 981-5700

            Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,683–N.S.

 

10.       Parking Prohibited in Marina Areas (PDF, 137 KB)

            From:  City Manager

            Recommendation:  Adopt first reading of Ordinance amending the Berkeley Municipal Code (BMC) to add section 6.20.255 to prohibit parking of all vehicles and trailers between 2:00 A.M. and 6:00 A.M. daily on designated streets in the Berkeley Marina area.

            Contact:  Peter Hillier, Transportation, 981-7000

            Action:  Referred to the Waterfront Commission by Councilmember Maio.

 

11.       Maintaining a Fire Break along Buffer Zone (PDF, 94 KB)

            From:  Councilmember Olds

            Recommendation:  Send a letter to the East Bay Regional Parks District (EBRPD) requesting they immediately restore a program to maintain a fire break along the buffer zone between Berkeley and Tilden Park.

            Contact:  Betty Olds, District 6, 981-7160

            Action:  Withdrawn by Councilmember Olds.

  

12.       Map of Berkeley Footpaths on or Linked to City Website (PDF, 84 KB)

            From:  Mayor Dean

            Recommendation:  Refer to the City Manager the expansion of the City Website to include the newly published map of the Berkeley footpaths by the Berkeley Path Wanderers Association.

            Contact:  Shirley Dean, Mayor, 981-7100

            Action:  Approved recommendation.

 

13.       Support AB 2739: Multilingual Services (PDF, 132 KB)

            From:  Mayor Dean

            Recommendation:  1) Support AB 2739 requiring the provision of cultural and linguistic services to limited English-proficient patients (LEP) of Healthy Families and Medi-Cal (Patients) and by every provider contracting with the State to provide Healthy Families and Medi-Cal services (Providers), such as Kaiser and Blue Cross; and 2) ask the City Clerk to notify the bill sponsor, the City’s Sacramento legislators and lobbyist.

            Contact:  Shirley Dean, Mayor, 981-7100

            Action:  Approved recommendation.

 

14.       Recycling of Radioactive Waste into Household Items (PDF, 561 KB)

            From:  Councilmember Spring

            Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution, and prior to the end of the comment period on July 29, 2002, send a letter to the Secretaries of the US NRC, US DOT and US DOE, Representative Lee and Senators Boxer and Feinstein,
1) expressing great concern and opposition to the proposed rules that would
a) deregulate radioactive wastes and materials, b) allow the deliberate dispersal of radioactive materials into raw materials, products, the market place and our surroundings, and c)  weaken domestic nuclear transport regulations; and
2) requesting the US and international governments prohibit release of radioactive waste and materials from nuclear power and weapons into the marketplace.

            Contact:  Dona Spring, District 4, 981-7140

            Action:  Removed from the Consent Calendar by Councilmember Hawley and held over to July 23, 2002.

  

15.       Arctic Wildlife Refuge (PDF, 739 KB)

            From:  Councilmember Spring

            Recommendation:  Refer to the City Manager a selective purchasing resolution requiring the City to refrain from knowingly purchasing goods or services from a company that purchases, leases or develops oil fields in the coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; 2) request that the City Manager write a letter to the head of the four companies that want to drill in the refuge informing them of the Council’s opposition to drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; and 3) send a letter to Berkeley’s federal elected officials urging them to support the Arctic Refuge Wilderness bill and designate the coastal plain as a protected wilderness area.

            Contact:  Dona Spring, District 4, 981-7140

            Action:  Removed from the Consent Calendar by Councilmember Olds and held over to July 23, 2002.

 

16.       Grant Funding Recommendations for the Arts (PDF, 345 KB)

            From:  Civic Arts Commission

            Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution approving the Civic Arts Commission funding recommendations authorizing 61 grants to various organizations to support arts and cultural activities during FY 2003 in the amount of $257,716.

a.                  From:  City Manager

Recommendation:  The City Manager concurs with the Commission report.

            Contact:  Mary Ann Merker, Secretary, 705-8183

            Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,684–N.S.

 

17.       California Statewide Pedestrian Bills (PDF, 242 KB)

            From:  Transportation Commission

            Recommendation:  Adopt a Resolution supporting the California Statewide Pedestrian Bills AB 1886, AB 1058, SB 1636, SB 1555; opposing SB1918 and federal Bill S 2024; and communicating to the California State Legislation the importance of supporting pedestrian-related safety bills.

a.                  From:  City Manager

Recommendation:  The City Manager concurs with the Commission report.

Contact:  Peter Hillier, Transportation, 981-7000

            Action:  Adopted Resolution No. 61,685–N.S.

 

Action Calendar – Priority

 

18.       Transfer of Cable Franchise (PDF, 10 MB) (held over from 6/25/02)

            From: City Manager

            Recommendation: Adopt a Resolution denying ‘local consent’ to the transfer of control of the AT&T cable franchise to AT&T Comcast.

Contact: Phil Kamlarz, City Manager 981-7000
Action:  Moved, seconded, carried (Worthington/Maio; Absent – Spring) to hold the matter over to July 23, 2002 at the recommendation of the City Manager.

 

Action Calendar – Public Hearings

 

19.       Telegraph Property and Business Improvement District (PDF, 1 MB)

            From:  City Manager

            Recommendation:  Conduct a public hearing, and upon conclusion, adopt a Resolution confirming the Annual Report on the Telegraph Property and Business Improvement District for Fiscal Year 2002 and levying assessments in the District for Fiscal Year 2003.

            Contact:  Tom Myers, Economic Development, 705-8123

            Public Testimony:  The Mayor opened the public hearing.  No speakers.  Moved, seconded, carried (Worthington/Maio; Absent – Spring) to close public hearing.

            Action:  Moved, seconded, carried (Worthington/Maio; Absent - Spring) to adopt Resolution No. 61,686–N.S.

 

20.       Elmwood Theater Business Improvement Area (PDF, 471 KB)

            From:  Advisory Board for the Elmwood Theater Business Improvement Area

            Recommendation:  Conduct a public hearing, and upon conclusion, adopt a Resolution confirming the Annual Assessment Report for the Elmwood Theater and Business Improvement District for Fiscal Year 2002 and levying assessments in the Area for Fiscal Year 2003.

a.                  From:  City Manager

Recommendation:  The City Manager concurs with the content and recommendations of the Commission’s report.

            Contact:  Dave Fogarty, Secretary, 705-8184

            Public Testimony:  The Mayor opened the public hearing.  No speakers.  Moved, seconded, carried (Armstrong/Worthington; Absent - Spring) to close public hearing.

            Action:  Moved, seconded, carried (Armstrong/Worthington; Absent - Spring) to adopt Resolution No 61,687–N.S.

  

21.       Planning and Development Fees (PDF, 1 MB)

From:  City Manager

Recommendation:  Conduct a public hearing, and upon conclusion, adopt a Resolution amending Chapter B of Exhibit A of Resolution No 61,578–N.S. to include: 1) fees for General Plan and Specific Plan amendments, re-zoning/ reclassification requests, Waterfront Master Development Plan permits and dedicated project review of Use Permit applications; 2) language clarifying the administration of these fees: permitting progress billings, requiring prompt payment and describing the possible consequences for failure to pay; and
3) corrections to the hourly rate for Use Permit applications and Design Review projects valued over $5,000,000 and the description of the fee for preparing and Environmental Impact Report (EIR) or Expanded Initial Study.

            Contact:  Carol Barrett, Planning, 705-8105

            Public Testimony:  The Mayor opened the public hearing.  1 speaker.  Moved, seconded, carried (Worthington/Maio; Absent - Spring) to close public hearing.

            Action:  Moved, seconded, carried (Worthington/Breland; Abstain–Maio; Absent - Spring) to adopt Resolution No. 61,688–N.S.

 

22.       Final Environmental Impact Report and Use Permits: 3000 Shasta Road Fire Station

a.         Appeal filed by Mr. Sanford M. Skaggs, Attorney, representing Mr. And Mrs. Cukor (PDF, 3 MB) of the Zoning Adjustments Board decision of March 14,2002, approving the project.

Contact:  Sherry M. Kelly, City Clerk, 981-6900

b.         Appeal filed by Irene Winston (PDF, 121 KB) of the Zoning Adjustments Board decision of March 14,2002, approving the project.
Contact: Sherry M. Kelly, City Clerk, 981-6900

c.                   City Manager Report of June 11, 2002 (PDF, 3 MB)

Attachments:

Recommendation:  Set a public hearing on the Zoning Adjustments Board decision to approve the following permits: 1) Use Permit to construct and operate a fire station in the R-1 Single Family Residential District; 2) Use Permit to allow parking within the required front yard; 3) Variance to allow an approximately 36 foot wide driveway at the property line at 3000 Shasta Road.

Contact:  Carol Barrett, Planning and Development, 705-8102

d.         City Manager Report of July 16, 2002

 

Recommendation:  Conduct a public hearing, and upon conclusion, adopt a Resolution to: 1) certify an Environmental Impact Report; 2) approve Use Permit to allow parking within the required front yard; and 3) approve Variance #01-10000057 to allow an approximately 36 foot wide driveway at the property line at the 3000 Shasta Road fire station

Contact:  Carol Barrett, Planning, 705-8105

e.         Communications Submitted for June 11, 2002 (PDF, 2.2 MB)

1.         David and Marilyn Nasatir

2.         Barbara Gilbert

3.         David J. Ourisman

4.         Alyce Tom

5.         George Leitmann

6.         John Panozzo

7.         John and Jane Dang

8.         Julie Stokstad

9.         Katharine Young

10.       Marie Wilson

11.       Patricia Scott

12.       Lawrence and Vivian Talbot

13.       Robert Flasher

14.       Tom & Marge Madigan

15.       Harold Wilensky and Mary Sharman

16.       Joanne Kerbavaz, Alameda & Contra Costa Counties CA Native Plant Society

17.       Annie-May de Bresson

18.       Polly Robbins White

19.       Lauren Armstrong

20.       Collin Murphy

21.       Vonnie Gurgin

22.       Priscilla Birge

23.       Louise Larson

f.          Supplemental Communication Submitted for June 11, 2002 

24.       Eric Rakowski, Yen Trac

25.       Professor Erwin and Natalie Hahn

26.       Laurie Stevens and La Dell Dangerfield III

27.       Roger Hamilton

28.       Frank Norick and Donna Garaventa

29.       Helen Lewy

30.       Austin Olson

31.       Sibyl Donn

32.       Surinder Brar

33.       Betty and Frank Saarni

34.       Gay Rose Soque

35.       Nancy Brenner

36.       Cary and Denise Lapidus

37.       Robert and Barbara Allen

38.       Jerome and Joy Carlin

39.       Hung-Hsi Wu

40.       June Jirhirin

41.       Thom Seaton

42.       Patricia Wong

43.       Baird and Mary Ann Whaley

44.       Geraldine Stokes

45.       Genevieve Dreyfus

46.       Jane and James Ware

47.       Bruce Smith

48.       Ralph and Bessie Gish

49.       Alice Kahn

50.       Barbara and Ray Addicott

51.       Lynn Richards

52.       Thomas and Jeanne Olson

53.       Rita Friedman

54.       Ruth Maguire

55.       Juliann Beckendorf

56.       Thomas Cline and Barbara Meyer

57.       Richard and Linda Scheffer

58.       Margareta and Carlo Sequin

59.       Alan and Sharonn Gittelsohn

60.       Gerd Rosenblatt

61.       Bruce Ackerman

62.       Nirmal Das

63.       Hildegarde Wilson

64.       Mary Lou Chapman

65.       Steven Beckendorf

66.       William, Suzanne and Bradford Berry

67.       Jack Washburn

68.       Lawrence Stark

69.       Zvezdelina Stankova

70.       Kuniko Weltin-Wu

71.       Stanley Michael

72.       Alison Greene and Don Moats

73.       Pat Wadleigh

74.       David Baer Tierkel

75.       Robert and Barbara Allen

76.       Catherine Dower

77.       Victoria Belco

78.       John McCarthy

79.       Marc and Jan Rieffel

80.       Joan Lester

81.       Sidney and George Ferrell

82.       Natalie and Ferdianand Leimkuhler

83.       Nelson and Kathy Graburn

84.       Charlotte Rieger

85.       Cathy and Jack Romanski

86.       Edgar Knobloch

87.       Ruth Gorevin

88.       Jean Atthowe

89.       Betty Parsons

90.       Lucy Campbell

91.       Harry and Kathleen Heckman

92.       Frank and Bliss De Natale (2)

93.       Harold and Amy Bush

94.       Paul and Marnie Peterson

95.       Howard Gruber

96.       Alice Gruber

97.       Rex Dietderich

98.       George Leonoff

99.       Audrey Sabol

100.     Elizabeth Pulling

101.     Jim Lunt

102.     Georjana Barnes

103.     David Drubin

104.     Jeanne Mueller

105.     Barbara Hirschlee

106.     Patricia DiRubbo

107.     Ted Johnston

108.     Ehtel and Wallace MacMillan

109.     Wosene Worke Kosrof

110.     Jacque Ensign

111.     Jay Claiborne

112.     Nancy Steele

113.     Joseph Deuere

114.     Elizabeth Deuere

115.     Penelope Hanan-Dahmen

116.     Gloria Bowles

117.     Jeanne and Joseph Landisman

118.     Rhea Garboos

119.     Winston Thomas

120.     Kirk Mitchel

121.     Harold and Amy Bush

122.     Carol Shon

123.     Kate Frankel

124.     Casey Drubin

125.     Dr. Glen Keator

126.     Wayne Curt Huber

127.     Milton and Dorothy Mozen

128.     Sun Family

129.     Beatriz Manz and Harley Shaiken

130.     Reiko Weltin

131.     Judith and Joseph Workman

132.     Bill McClung

133.     Katherine Rendahl and Donald Rio

134.     Clarence and Carol Weinmann

135.     Fire Safety Commission

g.                  Communications Submitted for July 16, 2002 (PDF, 1 MB)

136.          Pauline and John Velton

137.          Lynn and Donald Glaser

138.          William Craig

139.          Robert H. and Frances V. Whitman

140.          Sally S. Senior

141.          Holly Wilson

142.          Janice Thomas, President-Panoramic Hill Association         

143.          Collin G. Murphy

144.          Jo Ann  and Tom Moseley

145.          Austin C. Olsen

146.          Professor Charles S. Chihara and Professor Carol J. Chihara

147.          Kevin Hurley

148.          Alan and Sharon Gittelsohn

149.          Sylvia Rock

150.          Edith McClusky Zinn and Donald S. Zinn

151.          Stephen Jong

152.          Kirk G. Mitchel

153.          Diane Dowall

154.          Peter Johansson

155.          William and Virginia Baker

156.          Mina and Jim Jenner

157.          John Armitage

Public Testimony:  The Mayor opened the public hearing. 48 speakers.  Moved, seconded, carried (Shirek/Hawley; Absent–Armstrong, Spring) to close public hearing.

Action:  Moved, seconded, carried (Olds/Hawley; Absent–Armstrong, Spring, Worthington) to direct staff to bring back a resolution with conditions and findings at the meeting of July 23, 2002 certifying the EIR and approving the use permits and variances and dismissing the appeal, along with an ordinance allowing for the removal of a live oak tree at 3000 Shasta Road.

NOTICE CONCERNING YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS: If you object to a decision by the City Council to approve or deny a use permit or variance for a project the following requirements and restrictions apply:
1) No lawsuit challenging a City decision to deny (Code Civ.Proc. '1094.6(b)) or approve (Gov.Code '65009(c)(5)) a use permit or variance may be filed more than 90 days after the date the Notice of Decision of the action of the City Council is mailed. Any lawsuit not filed within that 90-day period will be barred.  2) In any lawsuit that may be filed against a City Council decision to approve or deny a use permit or variance, the issues and evidence will be limited to those raised by you or someone else, orally or in writing, at a public hearing or prior to the close of the last public hearing on the project.
 

Communications (PDF, 4 KB)

Action:  The following communications were read, noted and filed unless otherwise noted:

 

Page No.

 

1.         Traffic Calming  Maio–a and b only

a.       Kelly Hammargren  and Hank Clayton

b.      Rachel Beckett and Dari Gordon

c.       Petition from inhabitants of Bancroft Way - between Sacramento and Martin Luther King Jr. Way  (66 signatures)

2.                  Buffer Zone Using Goats

a.   Letter from Summit Road Neighborhood Association (29 signatures)

3.         Skateboarding as Transportation  Worthington, Maio

a.       Jillian Doke-Magruder

4.         Home at Last

a.       Alan Katz, Home at Last

5.         General Plan Policy T-20 Correction Request  Maio

a.       Kate Nichol

6.         Pledge of Allegiance

a.   Roger Phillips

7.         Anti-terrorism Legislation

a.   Barbara Boxer

 

SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA AND COMMUNICATIONS INFORMATION (PDF, 4 KB)

PART I
 

Item 22:            3000 Shasta Road Fire Station

  1. Janet Stromberg

  2. Sandra Rouverol

  3. Arthur Day

  4. Sue Markland Day

  5. Ruth Halbach

  6. Karl and Marion Dewies

  7. Emily Burton

  8. Vera Penzl

  9. John and Marjorie Fendel

  10. Rick Wilter

  11. Carl Wilson

  12. Robert Smith, Sonia Smith, Chris Giardina, Allen Fish

  13. Lorraine Sykes, Craig Hanciaett, Arruw Gratch, Beverly Cheney, Malcolm Fierebly, Mel Lavine

  14. James and Joan Moura

  15. Jim and Juanita McSweeney

  16. Tran Oui Thau

  17. Trong Bach, M.D.

  18. Annete and Robin Pennell, Ginette and Leon Henkin, Mary Glasson, R.C. Strotman, Roger Raiche, David McCrory, Marion Ross

  19. Geoffrey and Denyse Chew, Allison Pennell, Norah Brower

  20. Buena Vista Neighbors

  21. Sally Polder, Henry Bovenhuis, Jan Rautzuns, Ken and Kuniko King, Kirsten Berg, Bill and Beverly Bauwsma, Steven Ganotis, Louise Anduron

  22. Judith Baker, Michael Cooper

  23. Leah Haygood, Ph.D.

  24. Gladys Pedersen

  25. Betty and Frank Saarni (2)

  26. Helen Lewy

  27. Vanroy Burdick, Ernie Karsten

  28. Roy Cohn

  29. Rachel Balsley

  30. Linda Perry

  31. Irene Conlin Drapeau

  32. Robert Smith

  33. Robert Grant

  34. William Hein

  35. Judith Hein

  36. Nathan Hultman

  37. Margeurite Smukler

  38. Margaret Marilyn Taylor

  39. Lawrence and Helen Grossman

  40. Robert and Marla Kane

  41. Mr. And Mrs. Gifford Dickel

  42. Charlan Jeanne Nemeth

  43. Marna Clark

  44. Sibyl Donn

  45. Tom Edwards

  46. Perry Smith

  47. Bruce and Susan Stangeland

  48. Becky Osborn-Coolidge and John Coolidge

  49. Vonnie Gurgin

  50. Helen Ullrich

  51. Richard and Myriam Misrach

  52. Michael Luby

  53. Marcia Cavell, Donald Davidson

  54. Genevieve and Hubert Dreyfus

  55. Robin Shourie

  56. Ty Shipman

  57. Deborah Kendall

  58. J.B. Neilands

  59. Bruce Harris

  60. Cary and Denise Lapidus

  61. Brigitte and Darren Brady-Harris

  62. Alicia and Christopher Thomas

  63. David and Irene Winston

  64. Andrew Streitwieser

  65. Francoise Costa

  66. Joy and Jerome Carlin

  67. Fredrica Drotos

  68. Lucy Connealy, Stephen Wood

  69. Melvin Webber

  70. Elizabeth Thomas

  71. Alex and Hollis Hantke

  72. Jean Gray Hargrove

  73. Karen Lou

  74. Robert Stokstad

  75. Ken Brower

  76. Pauline Lou

  77. Craig and Vivian Fendel

  78. Kenow Lou

  79. Martin and Helen Wachs

  80. Emma Nemiru

  81. Dorothy Baker

  82. John Brenners

  83. 78 Signatures in Support of the 3000 Shasta Road Fire Station

  84. Ruth Bonnie Glaser

  85. Gloria Bowles

  86. Elizabeth Steffen

  87. Luanne Gilbert

  88. David and Mary-Hoe Love

  89. Marcia Hamer

  90. Nancy Steele

  91. Aryeh Tolmin and Diana Kaffan

  92. John “Ernie” Arens

  93. Ljiliana Stambolija

  94. D.R. Haines and E. Lilygren

  95. Karl Georgi

  96. Trena Cleland

  97. Tor Neilands

  98. Mike and Christina Lederer

  99. Marie Wilson

  100. Nancy Lawrence

  101. Janet Stronberg

  102. Ray and Rhoda Alvarez

  103. Michel de Latour

 

SUPPLEMENTAL AGENDA AND COMMUNICATIONS INFORMATION (PDF, 4 KB)

PART II

 

Item 22:         3000 Shasta Road Fire Station

  1. Frederick M. Guenzel and Margot P. Murphy

  2. Anthony and Mary Thompson

  3. Jack and Michele Lieberum

  4. Anthony and Mary Thompson

  5. Paul M. Merz

  6. Zachary R. Walton for Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker, LLP

 

Item 21:          Planning and Development Fees

  1. Jennifer Hernandez, Beveridge & Diamond, P.C. Hawley

 

Adjournment

 

Adjourned at 10:47 p.m. in memory of Dwight Steele.