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Meeting Minutes <br /> March 3, 2005 <br /> Town of Los Altos Hills <br /> City Council Regular Meeting <br /> Thursday, March 3, 2005 6:00 P.M. <br /> Bullis School Multi-Purpose Room, 25890 Fremont Road <br /> 1. CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL,AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE <br /> Present: Mayor Mike O'Malley, Mayor Pro Tem Breene Kerr, Councilmember <br /> Craig A. T. Jones, Councilmember Jean Mordo and Councilmember Dean <br /> Warshawsky <br /> Absent: None <br /> Staff: City Manager Maureen Cassingham, City Attorney Steve Mattas, Planning <br /> Director Carl Cahill, Administrative Services Director Sarah Joiner, <br /> Acting City Engineer/Public Works Director Dave Ross and City Clerk <br /> Karen Jost <br /> MOTION SECONDED AND CARRIED: Moved by Warshawsky, seconded by Kerr <br /> and passed unanimously to limit the length of time for public comments to three minutes. <br /> Mayor O'Malley announced that consideration of agenda item 6.3 was being continued to <br /> the March 17, 2005 Regular City Council meeting to permit discussion of the New Town <br /> Hall budget at the March 9, 2005 Special City Council Meeting/New Town Hall meeting. <br /> 2. APPOINTMENTS AND PRESENTATIONS <br /> 2.1 Presentation by Santa Clara Valley Water District—Director Greg Zlotnick, <br /> District 5 <br /> Santa Clara Valley Water District Board Member Greg Zlotnick addressed Council. He <br /> thanked them for the opportunity to provide Council with an annual summary of the <br /> District's activity and update them on any significant projects relative to the Town. <br /> Zlotnick noted that District 5 encompassed nine additional cities besides the Town of Los <br /> Altos Hills. <br /> Zlotnick provided an overview of the District's report that included: 1) there was <br /> currently no ongoing maintenance within the Town but that the District would continue to <br /> monitor the area during the storm season; 2) Adobe Creek Reach 5, the Town's major- <br /> project, was progressing nicely and Zlotnick gave kudos to the members of the <br /> Collaborative for their efforts and recognized the efforts of City Manager Cassingham for <br /> her participation in the Collaborative. He advised Council that with the modifications to <br /> the original plan, it was no longer deemed a 100 year Flood Protection project but <br /> 1 <br /> City Council Meeting Minutes <br /> March 3,2005 <br />