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Minutes of a Regular Meeting <br />February 4, 1998 <br />Town of Los Altos Hills <br />City Council Regular Meeting <br />Wednesday, February 4, 1998, 6:00 P.M. <br />Council Chambers, 26379 Fremont Road <br />CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL <br />Mayor Casey called the Regular Meeting of the City to order at 6:00 p.m. in the Council <br />Chambers at Town Hall. <br />Present: Mayor Casey and Councilmembers Dauber, Hubbard, Johnson and <br />Siegel <br />Absent: None <br />Staff: City Manager/City Engineer Jeff Peterson, City Attorney Sandy <br />Sloan, Planning Director Curtis Williams, Public Works Manager <br />Jim Rasp and City Clerk Pat Dowd <br />Press: Carol Tiegs, Los Altos Town Crier <br />2. APPOINTMENTS AND PRESENTATIONS <br />2.1 Interviews and Appointment to Planning Commission <br />Council had received seven applications to fill an unexpired term on the Planning Commission <br />ending on June 30, 1998. Richard Aurelio had not been able to attend this meeting so he had <br />addressed the Council at the 1/21/98 Council Meeting. The following applicants spoke to the <br />Council on their interests in serving on the Planning Commission: <br />Katharine Alexander, 11600 Summit Wood Court, commented she was recently retired and now <br />had the opportunity to contribute back to the community. She had read the General Plan and the <br />Town's Codes and had attended Planning Commission Meetings. She and her family had lived <br />in Town for 28 years and she wanted to keep the Town's standards in place for future <br />generations. <br />Harry Emerzian, 11670 Dawson Drive, noted that he had lived in Town for 20 years and was <br />now semi -retired. He bad background experience in engineering and had built his home. He now <br />had the time and wished to make a contribution to the community. <br />Sandra Humphries, 26238 Fremont Road, commented that she had been a resident of the Town <br />for 22 years and was self-employed. She currently served as a member of the Environmental <br />Design and Protection Committee. <br />Michael Schoendorf, 13145 Byrd Lane, stated that he had lived in Town for 27 years. He <br />believed the Town should make the codes even stricter. The houses should fit on the lot and lot <br />mergers should be discouraged as a method to get bigger homes. Mr. Schoendorf did not support <br />the huge trophy homes. <br />Gloria Shiff, 12111 Old Snakey Road, supported preserving the integrity of the Town and <br />believed the homes should blend in with the rustic nature of the Town. <br />February 4, 1998 <br />Regular City Council Meeting <br />