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1 <br /> Meeting Minutes <br /> October 21, 2004 <br /> Town of Los Altos Hills <br /> City Council Regular Meeting <br /> Thursday, October 21, 2004 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 /> Mayor O'Malley called the Regular Meeting of the City Council to order-at 6:00 p.m. in <br /> the Bullis School Multi-Purpose Room at Town Hall Temporary Offices. <br /> Present: Mayor Mike O'Malley, Mayor Pro Tem Breene Kerr, Councilmember <br /> Emily Cheng, Councilmember Bob Fenwick, and Councilmember Dean <br /> Warshawsky <br /> Absent: None <br /> Staff: City.Manager Maureen Cassingham, Assistant City Attorney John Bakker, <br /> Planning Director Carl Cahill, Acting City Engineer/Director of Public <br /> Works Dave Ross, Public Safety Officer Steven Garcia and City Clerk <br /> Karen Jost <br /> • MOTION SECONDED AND CARRIED: Moved b Warshaws <br /> y ky, seconded by Cheng <br /> and passed unanimously to limit the length of time for public comments to three minutes. <br /> 2: APPOINTMENTS AND PRESENTATIONS <br /> 2.1 The Health Trust Cynthia York, Director of Community Wellness Program <br /> of the HealthTrust <br /> Cynthia York, The Health Trust of Santa Clara County, addressed Council. She <br /> presented a brief overview of the organization's programs they provide for the County's <br /> underserved and their many healthcare services. Their programs included: Community ' <br /> Wellness, Children's Dental Initiative, Community Health Promotions and Meals on <br /> Wheels. Ms. York explained that she was before Council to give them an update on the <br /> 2004-2005 Flu Season and the availability of the flu vaccine. The Health Trust during a <br /> normal flu season would administer,approximately 40,000 doses of vaccine but due to <br /> supply problems this year, they would be coordinating with the County to distribute the <br /> few doses they receive to- health care facilities and skilled nursing homes. She <br /> acknowledged that only high-risk populations should receive the vaccine and encouraged <br /> the Council "spread the word" that healthcare providers would be focusing their <br /> resources on those groups. She reviewed tips for staying healthy this winter noting that <br /> the most important was to "wash your hands often". <br /> Council thanked York for her presentation. <br /> 1 City Council Meeting Minutes <br /> October 21,2004 <br />