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411. <br /> CITY COUNCIL <br /> TOWN OF LOS ALTOS HILLS <br /> 26379 Fremont Road <br /> Los Altos Hills , California <br /> Wednesday, January 18 , 1989 <br /> cc: Reel 198 , Tr. II , Side I , 001-end, Tr. II , Side II , 001-596 <br /> Mayor Johnson called the Regular Meeting of the City Council to order <br /> at 7 :20 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Town Hall . <br /> A. ROLL CALL AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: <br /> Present : Mayor Johnson and Councilmembers Casey, Siegel , Tryon <br /> and van Tamelen <br /> Absent : None <br /> Staff : Acting City Manager Bill Ekern, City Attorney Frank <br /> Gillio, Engineering Consultant Sam Nash and City Clerk <br /> Pat Dowd <br /> Planning <br /> Comm: Mary Stutz <br /> Press : Don Brignolo, San Jose Mercury; Mary Fortney, Peninsula <br /> Times Tribune and Todd Shumway, Los Altos Town Crier <br /> Mr. John Vidovich addressed the Council and requested a continuance of <br /> the Quarry Hills Project until after the June 6th Special Election. As <br /> only 90 day continuances could be granted at one time, he would <br /> request another continuance at the end of 90 days. He noted that the <br /> time could be used to explain the County' s options and to educate the <br /> public regarding the project. <br /> Siegel stated that the issue of geologic safety particularly in the <br /> lower quarry area still needed to be addressed and he suggested that <br /> the applicant use this time to provide site specific geologic safety <br /> information as requested by William Cotton ' s office. Tryon suggested <br /> that the applicant consider resubmitting a tentative map which would <br /> show no lots above a certain elevation, would show the road <br /> redesigned, would limit access and would dedicate a large part of the <br /> upper area as open space . Council also discussed the formation of an <br /> ad hoc committee to study the Quarry Hills Project and the scheduling <br /> of a study session on the subject. van Tamelen stated that she was not <br /> in favor of an ad hoc committee as she believed this important subject <br /> ihr should be discussed by all members of the Council . She did favor a <br /> study session on the matter. <br />
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