City Council Minutes
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Special Meeting Minutes
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Abio <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 /> Thursday, June 9 , 1988 <br /> Mayor Tryon called the Special Meeting to order at 5 : 10 p.m. in the <br /> Council Chambers at Town Hall . The Mayor noted that the meeting would <br /> be adjourned in honor of Nan Fuhrman, former Mayor of Los Altos Hills, <br /> who had recently passed away. Mrs. Fuhrman made many contributions to <br /> the Town not only as Mayor but also in her role as a member of the <br /> Town ' s Finance Committee. The Town ' s sympathies were extended to the <br /> Fuhrman family. <br /> All members of the City Council were present. In addition, the <br /> following were also present: City Manager George Scarborough, City <br /> Attorney Frank Gillio, Financial Consultant Ed Coli and City Clerk Pat <br /> Dowd. <br /> 111119 <br /> A. STUDY SESSION: 1988-89 FISCAL YEAR TOWN BUDGET: <br /> Council had before them the following documents related to the Town ' s <br /> budget: 1) May 23 , 1988 City Manager ' s staff report with proposed <br /> budget attached; 2) May 24, 1988 City Manager ' s report on five year <br /> fiscal projections - 1988-93 ; and June 7 , 1988 report of budget <br /> summary by object. <br /> Council commented on the following items related to the budget: <br /> proposed annexation of San Antonio Hills Association, salary <br /> increases , the capital improvement budget, codification of Town ' s <br /> Ordinances and records management. Regarding San Antonio Hills , the <br /> Mayor reported that LAFCO at their meeting on June 8th voted to direct <br /> the Town to proceed with the annexation as the conducting authority. <br /> The Mayor strongly supported the Town sending an informational mailing <br /> in addition to the official notices sent for the protest hearing. <br /> Councilmembers commented though that it was very difficult to word a <br /> totally impartial statement on the issue of this annexation. While a <br /> decision was not made at this time concerning a mailing, Council did <br /> agree to increase the amount budgeted for this annexation from $1 , 500 <br /> to $1, 750. Concerning salary increases, the City Manager stated that <br /> the basis for his recommendation was the consumer price index. Council <br /> inquired if there were additional options on which to base a <br /> recommendation and it was agreed a survey of certain cities would be <br /> conducted by the Financial Consultant on <br />
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