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CITY COUNCIL <br />TOWN OF IAS ALTOS HTTTS <br />•ftr 26379 Fremont Road <br />Los Altos Hills, California <br />Ana +ue. • :+ r, 1 a: uiaalY1 (1 <br />Wednesday, August 1, 1984 <br />cc: Reel 158, Tr. II, Side I, 001 -end <br />Mayor Allison called the Regular Meeting of the City Council to order at 7:30 p.m. <br />in the Council Chambers at Tann Hall. <br />A. ROLL CALL AMID PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: <br />Present: Mayor Allison and Council+onbers Fdn: an, Rydell and van Tamelen <br />Absent: Councilmantwr Dronkert <br />Staff: Acting City Manager/Engineer Gordon Miller, City Attorney Frank <br />Gillio, Staff Planner Neil Martin, and City Clerk Pat Dowd <br />Press: Florence Pallakoff, SDs Altos Town Crier; Peter McCormick, San Jose Mercury <br />Planning <br />Cann: Arthur Lachenbruch <br />B. CONS= CALENDAR: <br />Items Removed: B.1 (van Tamelen), B.2 (City Attorney) <br />C. PRI=ATIONS FROM THE FLOOR: none <br />D. REPORTS FROM CHA.II+hM OF THE COnJNTPY Ia=I011S, FDWJCE, POLLUTION CONITLOL, <br />1� ASID DRAMGE AND SAFETY cm4rr= (continued from meeting <br />1. Walter Gregorwich, Chairman - Pollution Control Committee, noted that his <br />comittee consisted of five members and he had beenelected chairman for <br />the coming year. The co=attee Was in agreement with the charges as set <br />forth in Resolution #1558. Regarding projects, Mr. Gregorwich reported that <br />the distribution of seedlings last Decenber had been successful and they were <br />planning on doing it again this year; the mosquito abatemnt ordinance was <br />on the Council's agenda for final adoption; the committee was considering <br />a light control ordinance (regarding this 'subject, van Tamelen suggested <br />Mr. Gregorwich contact the Planning Commission as they had been working on <br />such an ordinance); and there was the continuing problem of barking dogs. <br />2. Axdrew Cochran, Chairman - Safety Committee, reiterated the charges set forth <br />for his cv+miitee in Resolution 41558. He noted that an evaluation of the <br />sheriff's services was an ongoing project, including analysis of major crime <br />statistics and monthly computer printout reports. Standby emergency parer <br />for both Westwind and Tenn Hall was being handled by Marc Kaufman; the unit <br />for Westwind had already been purchased and the one for Tam Hall was in the <br />budget. A rough draft of the Disaster Plan will be submitted to the Council <br />in August for their cmTments and a speed survey will need to be completed <br />before 1985. It was suggested by Council that the Safety Camdttee look into <br />the issues of bicycle safety and skateboards and also review the TJYM report <br />on the identification and surveillance of accident locations on file at Town Hal: <br />