City Council Minutes
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4. CONSENT CALENDAR <br /> Item Removed: Item 4.3(Cheng), Item 4.5 (public-Sandy Mingia) <br /> MOTION SECONDED AND CARRIED: Moved by O'Malley, seconded by <br /> Warshawsky and passed unanimously, to approve the remainder of the consent calendar, <br /> specifically; <br /> 4.1 Approval of Minutes: Regular City Council Meeting March 4, 2004 <br /> 4.2 Review of Disbursements: 02/26/2004—03/10/2004 $256,088.67 <br /> 4.4 Approve and Authorize Execution of Amendment No.3 to the City Manager <br /> Employment Agreement Contract between the Town of Los Altos Hills and <br /> Maureen Cassingham <br /> I'I 4.5 Approval of a Resolution Establishing Dawnridge Drive as a Preferential <br /> Parking District as Defined in Ordinance No. 432. <br /> 4.6 Approval of Resolution Adopting Fees for Permitted Parking Permits and <br /> Solicitation Permits and Other Fee Adjustments <br /> 4.7 Acceptance of Grant of Sanitary Sewer Easement, Lands of Dubey; <br /> 26475 Ascension Drive <br /> 4.8 Acceptance of Pathway Easement: Lands of Kerns; 11888 Francemont Drive <br /> p Y <br /> and Lands of Wang:11885 Francemont Drive; File#165-03-MISC <br /> 4.9 Proclamation• Declaring Y June 21-27 Relay for Life Week in Los Altos Hills <br /> Items Removed: <br /> 4.3 State Budget Update <br /> Mayor Cheng requested a summary of the item from Administrative Services Director <br /> Sarah Joiner. Joiner reviewed her report with Council noting that it discussed some of <br /> the short-term and long-term effects of the recently approved Propositions will have on <br /> Town finances. Joiner concluded that the passage of these Measures does not resolve the <br /> fiscal shortages that the State is facing. They do not address the issue of producing more <br /> revenue. The problem is still where will the money come from. This adds a greater <br /> significance to the drive by local governments to qualify the "Local Taxpayers and Public <br /> Safety Protection Act" for the November ballot. The act is intended to increase local <br /> control over local tax dollars so funding for critical local services will be more <br /> dependable and predictable. The decision as to how to use revenues, such as property tax <br /> and sales tax, should reside with the agency where the revenue was generated. <br /> Council thanked Joiner for her excellent report. <br /> MOTION SECONDED AND CARRIED: Moved by O'Malley, seconded by <br /> Warshawsky and passed unanimously to receive and file the State Budget Update report. <br /> • <br /> 2 City Council Meeting Minutes <br /> March 18,2004 <br />
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