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Minutes of a Regular Meeting <br />September 20, 1995 <br />Town of Los Altos Hills <br />City Council Meeting <br />Wednesday, September 20, 1995, 6:00 P.M. <br />Council Chambers, 26379 Fremont Road <br />1. CALL TO ORDER, ROLL CALL, AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE <br />Mayor Siegel called the Regular Meeting of the City Council to order at 6:00 <br />p.m. in the Council Chambers at Town Hall. <br />Present: Mayor Siegel and Councilmembers Casey, Dauber, <br />Hubbard and Johnson <br />Absent: None <br />Staff: City Manager/City Engineer Jeff Peterson, City Attorney <br />Sandy Sloan, Planning Director Curtis Williams, Public <br />Works Manager Ed Taylor and City Clerk Pat Dowd <br />Press: Clyde Noel, Los Altos Town Crier <br />2. APPOINTMENTS AND PRESENTATIONS <br />2.1 Presentation by Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District <br />Craig Britton, General Manager of Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District, <br />introduced Mr. Malcolm Smith of the District Offices. Mr. Britton then presented a <br />history of the District and an overview of the District's activities and objectives. He <br />also conducted a slide presentation of District lands and programs. Mr. Britton <br />noted that the District was established in 1972, expanding to include San Mateo <br />County in 1976. In 1992, the District annexed a small portion of Santa Cruz Countv <br />making it the only tri -county park in the State. The District was formed to preserve a <br />regional open space greenbelt linking District preserves with other public parklands. <br />The Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District covers an area of 330 square miles <br />and serves a population of over 600, 000. He commented on the successful <br />volunteer programs including hikes, walks, bicycling and horseback riding. Mr. <br />Britton invited Council to attend the VIP tours currently being conducted of the <br />District lands. <br />September 20, 1995 <br />Regular City Council Meeting <br />
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