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Minutes of a Regular Meeting <br /> July 1, 1999 <br /> Town of Los Altos Hills <br /> City Council Regular Meeting <br /> Thursday, July 1, 1999, 6:00 P.M. <br /> Council Chambers, 26379 Fremont Road <br /> 1. CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL <br /> Mayor Dauber called the Regular Meeting of the City to order at 6:05 p.m. in the Council <br /> Chambers at Town Hall. <br /> Present: Mayor Dauber and Councilmembers Casey,Finn, Johnson and <br /> Siegel <br /> Absent: None <br /> Staff. City Manager William Norton, City Attorney Sandy Sloan, <br /> Planning Director Curtis Williams, Public Works Manager <br /> Jim Rasp and City Clerk Pat Dowd <br /> Press: Wendy Marinaccio, Los Altos Town Crier <br /> 2. APPOINTMENTS AND PRESENTATIONS <br /> • 2.1 Interviews and Appointment to the Planning Commission <br /> Council had received four applications for the Planning Commission. Of the four one was <br /> unable to attend this meeting due to a previous commitment. Council agreed to hold the other <br /> three interviews and to continue the appointment to the next meeting at which time the final <br /> candidate would be interviewed. <br /> Harry Emerzian, 11670 Dawson Drive, noted that he had been a member of the Pathways <br /> Recreation and Parks Committee for the past year and a half. He believed that good planning <br /> was important to the Town and further noted that issues should be dealt with on a case by case <br /> basis. The Planning Commission should be objective and an applicant should not have to deal <br /> with personalities. <br /> Fred Fallah, 12374 Priscilla Lane, commented that he too was a member of the Pathways <br /> Recreation and Parks Committee. He believed that one of major issues facing the Town was the <br /> enforcement of the approved building requirements for projects. He also supported the objective <br /> evaluation of projects before the Planning Commission. <br /> Sandra Humphries, 26238 Fremont Road, noted that she had been a member of the <br /> Environmental Design and Protection Committee for the past two years. She commented that <br /> they had worked on a brochure on landscaping guidelines and the committee also planned to <br /> plant a demo garden on native plants at Town Hall. Concerning the fast track ordinance, she had <br /> hoped that it would pertain only to smaller homes. She also expressed concern about the timing <br /> July 1, 1999 <br /> Regular City Council Meeting <br /> 1 <br />