City Council Minutes
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4. CONSENT CALENDAR <br />*r' Items Removed: 4.1 - Regular Meeting Minutes (Dauber) and 4.5 (Dauber) <br />MOTION SECONDED AND CARRIED: Moved by Johnson, seconded by Siegel and <br />passed unanimously by all members present to approve the balance of the Consent <br />Calendar, specifically: <br />4.1 Approved Minutes: April 16, 1997 (Adjourned Regular <br />Meeting) <br />4.2 Reviewed Warrants: $116,443.87(4/16/97) <br />$120.282.66 (4/30/97) <br />4.3 Awarded Certificate of Appreciation: William Smith, Technology <br />Improvement Committee <br />4.4 Accepted Grant of Road Right of Way, Lands of Hsia, 26685 Purissima Road <br />— Reso # 17-97 <br />4.6 Approved request for authorization to advertise for competitive bids for a <br />new small dump truck for the Public Works Department <br />Items Removed: <br />4.1 Approval of Minutes: April 16, 1997 (Regular Meeting) <br />`, MOTION SECONDED AND CARRIED: Moved by Siegel, seconded by Johnson and <br />passed unanimously by all members present to approve the minutes of the April 16, <br />1997 Regular City Council Meeting with the following correction: Page 5, Item 9.3 <br />should read: "Dauber asked for clarification of the City Attorney's memo on campaign <br />contributions. The City Attorney responded that the Fair Political Practices Commission <br />has advised that no commission member should make campaign contributions to any <br />Councilmember who has voted on that commission member's appointment. The <br />exception would be if the Councilmember has neither received contributions of more <br />than $1,000 nor made expenditures of more than $1,000 in a calendar year." <br />4.5 Adoption of Policy Regarding Secondary Dwellings and Accessory <br />Structures <br />Dauber expressed concerns about the policy before them for adoption and asked several <br />questions including, what was the purpose of the secondary dwelling ordinance?; what <br />does the policy say exactly?; what was the Council trying to prohibit?; and what will the <br />restriction say? She was particularly concerned because according to this policy the size <br />was restricted only if 220 was installed. She believed this issue should he further <br />discussed by the Council subcommittee. Councilmembers discussed the pros and cons <br />of the policy before them and what the deed restriction would accomplish. <br />MOTION SECONDED AND CARRIED: Moved by Siegel, seconded by Johnson and <br />passed unanimously by all members present to continue this item and to request the City <br />May 7, 1997 <br />Regular City Council Meeting <br />
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