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New Town Hall Committee Special Meeting Minutes - City Council and Planning Commission
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Meeting Minutes <br /> May 13, 2003 <br /> Town of Los Altos Hills <br /> City Council Special Meeting <br /> Tuesday, May 13, 2003 6:15 P.M. <br /> Bullis-Purissima School Multi Purpose Room <br /> 25890 Fremont Road, Los Altos Hills <br /> 1. CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL,AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE <br /> Councilmember Kerr called the Special Meeting of the City Council to order at 6:15 p.m. <br /> in the Multi-Purpose Room at Bullis-Purissima School <br /> Present: Councilmembers Kerr, O'Malley and Warshawsky, Planning <br /> Commissioners Kerns and Cottrell, Committee Members Downey, <br /> Radford, Whaley and Oldberg <br /> Absent: Committee Member Mordo <br /> Staff: City Manager Maureen Cassingham and City Clerk Karen Jost <br /> • 2. APPROVAL OF MEETING MINUTES—May 6, 2003 <br /> MOTION SECONDED AND CARRIED: Moved by Kerr, seconded by O'Malley and passed <br /> unanimously to approve the minutes of the May 6, 2003 Special City Council Meeting. <br /> 3. NEW BUSINESS <br /> 3.1 Architect Interviews <br /> Carter J. Warr, CJW Architecture—6:30-7:00 pm <br /> Prior to the interview of Carter Warr, CJW Architects, Councilmember Kerr reported that <br /> he had visited the offices of CJW Architects in Portola Valley. <br /> Carter Warr-was introduced to the Committee. He introduced the Project Architect, <br /> Kevin Schwarckopf. Warr distributed his fee estimate for architectural and engineering <br /> design services for the new Town Hall and presented a brief overview of his firm and his <br /> qualifications. Mr. Warr described his firm as a full service organization with a client <br /> base of approximately 50% Residential and 50% Institutional. He feels comfortable with <br /> the project as it has been presented to him, specifically: $2.5 million building budget; the <br /> rural design of the building, which is very cost effective in its simplicity; and using a time <br /> and materials not-to-exceed agreement for his services for the project. Warr added that <br /> • the proposed 8,000 square foot facility could be built for a cost of$310 per square foot. <br /> 1 Special City Council Meeting <br /> May 13,2003 <br />
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