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Councilmember Kerr requested clarification on this item. Administrative .Services <br /> Director Sarah Joiner explained that the resolution before Council is revised annually to <br /> include the persons authorized to deposit and withdraw funds from LAIR <br /> MOTION SECONDED AND CARRIED: Moved by Kerr, seconded by O'Malley and <br /> passed unanimously to adopt the resolution amending Resolution No. 1179 and updating <br /> the positions authorized to request transactions from LAIR <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 on the July 28, 2003 New Town Hall Committee Meeting. <br /> The Committee heard a presentation from a firm recommended by the Architect that <br /> employs an innovative approach to bidding and construction called multiple prime <br /> contracts. Kerr explained this process is presently being used by schools and other public <br /> agencies for project construction. The Committee is continuing to investigate this <br /> process and will hear a proposal from the firm at their next meeting. <br /> The Committee also reviewed current schematic drawings of the new Town Hall and <br /> made several recommendations to the Architect including the addition of more windows. <br /> Councilmember Kerr expects the project to be scheduled for a Public Hearing at a <br /> Planning Commission Meeting in early Fall, 2003. <br /> 5.1.2 Undergrounding of Utilities—Status Report <br /> 5.1.2a Consideration of Proposal for Consulting Services— <br /> R .W.Beck <br /> Councilmember Warshawsky explained Council had before them a request from the <br /> Undergrounding Committee to approve the expenditure of not-to-exceed $20,000 for the <br /> consulting services of R. W. Beck. The firm would provide an updated feasibility and <br /> cost analysis for the conversion of overhead utility facilities to underground services. <br /> Beck's update would be based on new information obtained since their 2001 report <br /> including: new Comcast maps that reflect areas of Town currently undergrounded; <br /> refined mileage of public and private streets; physical inspection of the terrain of Los <br /> Altos Hills; and the consideration of new technologies including directional boring. <br /> Councilmember Warshawsky added that this report would provide the Committee with <br /> the necessary information to move forward with an informational pamphlet for the <br /> citizens of the Town. He noted that the most important factors too most residents are cost <br /> and the affects of undergrounding to their property. <br /> • <br /> 3 City Council Meeting Minutes <br /> August 7,2003 <br />