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12 agenda updates since 14 days ago

Environmental Planning Commission

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    Public Hearing

    500 and 550 Ellis Street Hotel and Office Project

    Request for a Planned Community Permit and Development Review Permit to construct a 6-story, 168,647 square-foot hotel with 201 guest rooms and a 2-story, 37,611 square-foot office building, and a Heritage Tree Removal Permit to remove 14 Heritage Trees, replacing two commercial office buildings, on a 2.16-acre site; and a determination that an Initial Study of Environmental Significance has been prepared pursuant to Section 15168 of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). This project is located on the west side of Ellis Street between National Avenue and Fairchild Drive in the P-41 (East Whisman) Precise Plan. Project Planner: Ellan Yau

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Human Relations Commission

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    Minutes Approval

    Minutes Approval for June 1, 2023

    Minutes for the June 1, 2023 regular meeting have been delivered to the Commissioners and a copy has been posted to the City Hall bulletin board. If there are no corrections or additions, a motion is in order to approve these minutes.

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    Unfinished Business

    Bystander Intervention Training Subcommittee

    The Bystander Intervention Training Subcommittee will present an oral update. No action will be taken on this item.

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    Unfinished Business

    Mental Health Subcommittee

    The Mental Health Subcommittee will present an oral update. No action will be taken on this item.

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    New Business

    Federal Community Development Block Grant and Home Investment Partnerships Program Updates and Recommendations for Fiscal Year 2024-25 Annual Action Plan Process

    CDBG Item

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    Fiscal Year 2023-24 Work Plan and Committee Appointments

    The Commission will review the Fiscal Year 2023-24 Work Plan and make appointments to committees. Action may be taken on this item.

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Council Neighborhoods Committee

Springer/cuesta/phyllis Neighborhoods Area

    Development Review Committee

    Meeting Canceled

      Downtown Committee

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      Youth Advisory Committee

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      1. Minutes Approval
        Minutes Approval

        Minutes Approval

        Approve the September 18 meeting minutes.

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        New Business

        2023-24 Youth Advisory Committee Work Plan

        Approve the 2023-24 Youth Advisory Committee Work Plan.

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        New Business

        Input on Guest Speakers
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        New Business

        Teen Wellness Retreat Feedback
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        New Business

        Rengstorff Park Maintenance and Tennis Buildings-Development of Public Art
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      Council Transportation Committee

      Special Council Transportation Committee Meeting

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        Minutes Approval

        Approve Meeting Minutes

        Approve the Council Transportation Committee meeting minutes of May 15, 2023.

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        New Business

        Grant Road and Sleeper Avenue Intersection Improvements, Project 21-39

        Enter Staff Recommendation Here, in Regular Text

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        New Business

        Staff Comments - Castro Street (Transit Center) Grade Separation Update - 2024 Meeting Schedule

        Enter Staff Recommendation Here, in Regular Text

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        Committee Comments

        Enter Staff Recommendation Here, in Regular Text

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        Consent Calendar

        California State Transportation Agency-Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Grant

        Enter Staff Recommendation Here, in Regular Text

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      City Council

      Special Meeting

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        Closed Session

        Public Employee Performance Evaluation (California Government Code 54957(b)(1)) Title: Council Appointees: City Clerk and City Manager
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        Closed Session

        Conference with Labor Negotiators (California Government Code 54957.6(a)) Agency Designated Representative: Vice Mayor Showalter Unrepresented Employees: City Attorney, City Clerk and City Manager

      Rental Housing Committee

      Adjourned Regular Meeting

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        New Business

        Appeal of Hearing Officer's Decision Regarding Petition No. C22230037
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        Consent Calendar

        Expected Future Agenda Items for RHC Meetings:

        · Appeal Hearing A(scheduled for RHC October 16, 2023 meeting) · The treatment of Utilities (Ratio Utility Billing Systems) in the CSFRA (scheduled for RHC October 16, 2023, and subsequent meeting).

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        Consent Calendar

        Upcoming Workshops and Housing & Eviction Help Center Dates
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        New Business

        Amendments to Chapters 12 of the CSFRA Regulations and MHRSO Regulations
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        Hearing Officer Remuneration Scale Update and Ongoing Methodology
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      Administrative Zoning Hearing

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        Public Hearing

        918 Rich Avenue, Greg Xiong, Ardenview Homes, LLC, PL-2021-154 and PL-2021-155, APN: 189-33-028

        Request for a Development Review Permit to construct a five-story, 32-unit residential condominium development with one level of underground parking, including a 27.5% State Density Bonus with a concession and waivers from development standards, a Vesting Tentative Map to subdivide one lot to create 32 residential condominium lots, and a Heritage Tree Removal Permit to remove two Heritage trees on a vacant 0.71-acre project site; and a determination that the project has prepared an Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration pursuant to the CEQA Guidelines. This project is located on the west side of Rich Avenue between Rich Place and El Camino Real in the R3-1 (Multiple-Family Residential) district. Project Planner: Aki Snelling

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        Public Hearing

        150-190 South Whisman Road, Mitchell Kalcic, PL-2022-035: APN; 160-64-017

        Conditional Use Permit to allow a conversion of an existing multi-building 70,000 square feet industrial park into research and development office use, a Development Review Permit for façade and site modifications, and a Heritage Tree Removal Permit to remove two Heritage trees on a 5.36-acre site.; and a determination that the project is categorically exempt pursuant to Section 15301 (“Existing Facilities”) of the CEQA Guidelines. The project site is located at the terminus of Kitty Hawk Way at the southwestern corner of South Whisman Road and East Evelyn Avenue in the MM (General Industrial) zoning district. Project Planner: Edgar Maravilla

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        Public Hearing

        2224 Old Middlefield Way, Vadim Osipov for Osipova Ballet Academy, PL-2023-041: APN; 147-07-079

        Request for a Conditional Use Permit to allow a dance studio to occupy four tenant spaces totaling 5,955 square feet of an existing multi-tenant commercial building, and a determination that the project is categorically exempt pursuant to Section 15301 of the CEQA Guidelines (“Existing Facilities”). This project is located on the north side of Old Middlefield Way between North Rengstorff Avenue and Independence Avenue in the CS (Commercial Services) district. Project Planner: Vinson Kwan

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      Bicycle/pedestrian Advisory Committee

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        Minutes Approval

        Approve Meeting Minutes April 26, 2023

        Approve the BPAC meeting minutes from April 26, 2023

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        Minutes Approval

        Approve Meeting Minutes April 27, 2023

        Approve the BPAC meeting minutes from April 27, 2023

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        New Business

        Grant Road and Sleeper Avenue Intersection Improvements, Project 21-39

        Receive an update on the design concept for the Grant Road and Sleeper Avenue intersection, northern bicycle crossing.

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        New Business

        Update on National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO) Designing for All Ages and Abilities Guide

        Receive a presentation on staff on the NACTO Designing for All Ages and Abilities Guidance.

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        New Business

        Santa Clara Valley Transportation Agency (VTA) Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) Update

        Receive a report from the City's VTA BPAC representative on the VTA BPAC agenda items.

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      City Council

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        Closed Session

        Conference with Legal Counsel-Existing Litigation (Government Code §54956.9(d)(1)); Name of case: Gulay Mehbalyeva v. City of Mountain View; et. al., Santa Clara County Superior Court, Case No. 23-CV-418256
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        Closed Session

        Conference with Legal Counsel-Existing Litigation (Government Code §54956.9(d)(1)); Name of case: Ella Kobzanets v. City of Mountain View; et. al., Santa Clara County Superior Court, Case No. 23-CV-420311
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        Closed Session

        Conference with Legal Counsel-Liability Claims (Government Code §54956.9(d)(2),(e)(3)); Claimant: Manuel Garcia against the City of Mountain View
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        Study Session

        Draft Economic Vitality Strategy

        MOTION - MS - Showalter/ Ramos - To: The purpose of this Study Session is for the City Council to provide direction to staff on the Economic Vitality Strategy, including goals and strategies to further support the small business community.The motion carried by the following vote:

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      5. Agenda Ready
        Presentation

        Arts & Humanities Month Proclamation
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        Consent Calendar

        Shoreline Lake Improvements, Project 20-36, and Intersection Traffic Signal System Major Replacements and Upgrades (Shoreline Boulevard and Villa Street), Project 16-27-Construction Acceptance

        1. Accept Shoreline Lake Improvements, Project 20-36, and authorize the final contract payment. 2. Accept Intersection Traffic Signal System Major Replacements and Upgrades (Shoreline Boulevard and Villa Street), Project 16-27, and authorize the final contract payment.

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        Consent Calendar

        SB-1 Streets, Projects 22-03 and 23-03-Professional Services Agreement

        Authorize the City Manager or designee to execute a professional services agreement with BKF Engineers, a California corporation, to provide design and construction support services for SB-1 Streets, Projects 22-03 and 23-03, in a not-to-exceed amount of $435,710.

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        Consent Calendar

        Construction Engineering Services, Tanner Pacific Inc.-Professional Services Agreement

        Authorize the City Manager or designee to amend the existing professional services agreement with Tanner Pacific, Inc., for an additional $300,000 to provide construction engineering services in a not-to-exceed amount of $400,000.

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        Consent Calendar

        982 Bonita Avenue; 349 Martens Avenue; and 900 and 1001 Alta Avenue-Public Improvements

        1. Accept the public improvements for the development at 982 Bonita Avenue for maintenance throughout their useful life. 2. Accept the public improvements for the development at 349 Martens Avenue for maintenance throughout their useful life. 3. Accept the public improvements for the development at 900 and 1001 Alta Avenue for maintenance throughout their useful life.

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        Consent Calendar

        Firearm Safety Ordinances (Second Reading)

        1. Adopt Ordinance No. 10.2023 of the City of Mountain View Amending Chapter 18 of the Mountain View City Code to Add Article II “Firearm Dealers” to Impose Local Permit Requirements on Firearm Dealers Operating Within the City of Mountain View. (First reading: 6 ayes, 0 nays, 1 absent) 2. Adopt Ordinance No. 11.2023 of the City of Mountain View Amending Chapter 36, Zoning, of the Mountain View City Code to Add Firearms and Ammunition Retailing as a Prohibited Home Occupation Use. (First reading: 6 ayes, 0 nays, 1 absent)

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      11. Agenda Ready
        New Business

        Selection of Preferred and Alternate Development Teams for 87 East Evelyn Avenue Affordable Housing Project

        MOTION - MS - Abe-Koga/ Ramirez - To: That Council: 1. Select Affirmed Housing as the preferred development team for the 87 East Evelyn Avenue affordable housing residential development. 2. Authorize the City Manager or designee to negotiate and execute an Exclusive Right to Negotiate Agreement (ERNA) with the selected development team and commence the negotiation process for the lease disposition, development, and loan agreement (LDDLA) and ground lease for the 87 East Evelyn Avenue site. 3. Authorize the City Manager or designee to execute an amendment to the ERNA to extend the initial 90-day term for an additional 90 days if negotiations are not completed in the initial term but are progressing. 4. If, after selection of Affirmed Housing as the preferred development team, the City and Affirmed Housing are unable to come to an agreement, authorize with the City Manager or designee to enter into an ERNA and commence negotiations with Charities Housing as the alternate development team. 5. Adopt a Resolution of the City Council of the City of Mountain View Declaring the City-Owned Site at 87 East Evelyn Avenue to be Exempt Surplus Land Pursuant to the Surplus Land Act, to be read in title only, further reading waived (Attachment 1 to the Council report).The motion carried by the following vote:

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        Consent Calendar

        Fiscal Year 2022-23 Annual Compliance Report for In-Lieu Parking Fees

        Make available to the public the Fiscal Year 2022-23 Annual Compliance Report for In-Lieu Parking Fees and place the report on the agenda for the October 24, 2023 City Council meeting.

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      10 new matters since 7 days ago

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        Minutes Approval

        Minutes Approval

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        New Business

        2023-24 Youth Advisory Committee Work Plan

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        New Business

        Input on Guest Speakers
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        New Business

        Teen Wellness Retreat Feedback
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        New Business

        Rengstorff Park Maintenance and Tennis Buildings-Development of Public Art

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