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'F <br /> CITY COUNCIL <br /> TOWN OF LOS ALTOS HILLS <br /> 26379 Fremont Road <br /> Los Altos Hills , California <br /> MINUTES OF A SPECIAL MEETING <br /> Tuesday, February 21, 1989 <br /> cc: Reel 199 , Tr . II , Side II , 205-406 <br /> Mayor Johnson called the Special Meeting to order at 5 :00 p.m. in the <br /> Council Chambers at Town Hall . <br /> A. ROLL CALL: <br /> Present: Mayor Johnson and Councilmembers Casey, Siegel , Tryon <br /> and van Tamelen <br /> Absent : None <br /> 4111, Staff : Acting City Manager Bill Ekern, City Attorney Frank Gillio <br /> Planning Director Sally Lyn Zeff and City Clerk Pat Dowd <br /> B. CONSENT CALENDAR: <br /> Item Removed: B. 1 (Johnson) <br /> 1. Resolution # approving final subdivision map and approving and <br /> authorizing execution of subdivision agreement for Tract No. 8200 <br /> (Lands of McCulloch) <br /> The Acting City Manager explained the map before Council and the <br /> differences between it and the tentative map. He specifically <br /> commented on Lots #14 and #15, noise barriers and sewer lines . In <br /> response to an inquiry from Council , the City Attorney noted that more <br /> than one final map could be accepted. van Tamelen noted that the paths <br /> were not shown on the map and it was pointed out that they weren' t <br /> because they were in the road right-of-ways . <br /> The proposed name of the streets was discussed. Russ Carter, the <br /> applicant, commented that they preferred something along the lines of <br /> oaks but would actually prefer to return with the actual names in <br /> sixty days when they filed the other final map. Rosemary Meyerott , <br /> Town Historian, suggested an historical name including the name of the <br /> original owner of the land under discussion. Council discussed various <br /> options but felt it was important to settle on the name at this time . <br />