City Council Minutes
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3. PLANNING COMMISSION REPORT <br /> Planning Director Carl Cahill reported that at their last meeting the Planning Commission <br /> • had reviewed the request for a Site Development Permit, Conditional Use permit and <br /> variance for the new Town Hall. Several neighbors of the project were in attendance and <br /> expressed their specific concerns. The Planning Commission addressed these issues with <br /> additional conditions of approval. The project has been forwarded to the City Council <br /> with the recommendation for approval and will be heard as a Public Hearing at the March <br /> 3, 2004 City Council meeting. <br /> 4. CONSENT CALENDAR <br /> MOTION SECONDED AND CARRIED: Moved by O'Malley, seconded by Kerr and <br /> passed unanimously,to approve the remainder of the consent calendar, specifically; <br /> 4.1 Approval of Minutes: Special City Council Meeting January 29, 2004 <br /> Regular City Council Meeting February 5, 2004 <br /> Special City Council Meeting February 5, 2004 <br /> 4.2 Review of Disbursements: 01/29/2004-02/11/2004 $61,389.06 <br /> 4.3 State Budget Update <br /> 4.4 Acceptance of Grant of Pathway Easement; Lands of Bariteau, <br /> 13769 Wild Flower Lane—Resolution 8-04 <br /> • 4.5 Adoption of an Ordinance Amending Municipal Code to Provide for <br /> Preferential Parking Districts in the Town of Los Altos Hills—Ordinance 432 <br /> 5. UNFINISHED BUSINESS <br /> 5.1 Update on Mayor's Goals <br /> 5.1.1 New Town Hall—Status Report <br /> Councilmember Kerr reported that at their last meeting, the New Town Hall Committee <br /> had reviewed three alternatives for temporary facilities for Town Hall operations: 1) <br /> temporary trailers on site; 2) rental of commercial space; and 3) rental of the Bullis <br /> School site. The Committee had agreed that the Bullis School venue was the preferred <br /> alternative. Councilmember Kerr, on behalf of the Committee, sent a letter to the School <br /> Board requesting that the potential lease be agendized for consideration at their next <br /> meeting. He reported that it will be discussed at the Board's March 1, 2004 meeting. <br /> Kerr added that School District representatives will be visiting Town Hall next week to <br /> review the Town's needs and meet with City Manager Cassingham. Kerr noted that his <br /> letter had advised the District that the Town would be amenable to sharing the space with <br /> the Bullis Charter School. <br /> s <br /> 2 City Council Meeting Minutes <br /> February 19,2004 <br />
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