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`.. <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, August 18 , 1987 <br /> Mayor Tryon called the Special Meeting of the City Council to order at <br /> 7: 10 p.m. at the Fremont Hills Country Club, 12889 Viscaino Place, Los <br /> Altos Hills. <br /> A. ROLL CALL: <br /> Present: Mayor Tryon and Councilmembers Dronkert, Plummer and <br /> Siegel <br /> Absent: Councilmember van Tamelen <br /> Staff: City Manager George Scarborough, City Planner Nancy <br /> Lytle and City Clerk Pat Dowd <br /> Press : Mary Fortney, Peninsula Times Tribune; De Tran, San Jose <br />' kb, <br /> Mercury and Charles Halleck, Los Altos Town Crier <br /> B. PRESENTATION BY JOHN VIDOVICH - QUARRY HILLS DEVELOPMENT: <br /> The Town Planner presented a brief overview of the project, noting <br /> that the process would include the following: general plan amendment, <br /> prezoning, tentative map, urban service area and annexation. She <br /> further noted that EIP Associates had been contracted with to prepare <br /> an environmental impact report and there were three phases to this <br /> project: preparation of environmental assessment document, development <br /> of alternatives and preparation of environmental impact report. Public <br /> hearings would be held on both the draft and final environmental <br /> impact report levels. <br /> John Vidovich, DeAnza Properties, stated that his goal was to provide <br /> a first class development, consistent with the goals of the community. <br /> He was proposing to build eighty lots with a minimum each of one acre <br /> and to close the quarry and convert it into a lake or reservoir (not <br /> for recreational purposes) . While he realized that his proposal <br /> included excessive grading, he was requesting input from those <br /> involved as to what kind of grading would be acceptable. Mr. Vidovich <br /> also stated the following issues related to the proposed project: 250 <br /> acres of open space which would be controlled by the Town; private <br /> streets; new water system and preservation of trails. He stated that <br />