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Tomorrow, Tuesday; 2/20, there are two meetings that might interest you for your participation:

Junipero Serra Trail Community Outreach, to be held 6 pm at Quinlan Community Center and

 

 

Cupertino City Council meeting –  6:45 PM at Cupertino Community Hall. Please see the latest agenda below:

 

 

CITY OF CUPERTINO
AGENDA
CITY COUNCIL

REGULAR MEETING
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE – 6:45 PM
Community Hall Council Chamber, 10350 Torre Avenue
ROLL CALL
CEREMONIAL MATTERS AND PRESENTATIONS
POSTPONEMENTS
ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
This portion of the meeting is reserved for persons wishing to address the council on
any matter not on the agenda. Speakers are limited to three (3) minutes. In most cases,
State law will prohibit the council from making any decisions with respect to a matter
not listed on the agenda.
CONSENT CALENDAR
Unless there are separate discussions and/or actions requested by council, staff or a
member of the public, it is requested that items under the Consent Calendar be acted
on simultaneously.

1. Subject: Approve the February 6 City Council minutes
Recommended Action: Approve the February 6 City Council minutes
A – Draft Minutes
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2. Subject: Accept Accounts Payable for the period ending January 12, 2018
Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution No. 18-011 accepting Accounts Payable for
the period ending January 12, 2018
A – Draft Resolution
B – AP Report
3. Subject: Accept Accounts Payable for the period ending January 19, 2018
Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution No. 18-012 accepting Accounts Payable for
the period ending January 19, 2018
A – Draft Resolution
B – AP Report
4. Subject: Second Amendment to the Funding Agreement between the City of
Cupertino and Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority for the I-280/Wolfe
Road Interchange Improvements Project
Recommended Action: Authorize the City Manager to execute the Second
Amendment to the Funding Agreement with VTA to identify their respective
obligations in regard to the I-280/Wolfe Road Interchange Improvements Project.
Approve a budget appropriation in the amount of $260,000 in Fund 100-88-844
900-964 for the Second Amendment to the Funding Agreement between the City of
Cupertino and VTA for the I-280/Wolfe Road Interchange Improvements Project.
Staff Report
A – Draft Amendment

5. Subject: Agreement between the City of Cupertino and Alta Planning + Design,
Inc. for professional design services to prepare and deliver the Union Pacific
Railroad Trail Feasibility Study
Recommended Action: Approve an Agreement between the City of Cupertino and
Alta Planning + Design, Inc. in the amount not to exceed $259,889 from the date of
execution through June 30, 2019, and authorize the Director of Public Works to
negotiate and execute all necessary documents to carry out all consultant services for
the Union Pacific Railroad Trail Feasibility Study
Staff Report

A – Draft Agreement
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6. Subject: Authorize Funding Amount to the 2011 Contract Sweeping Services, Inc,
Contract
Recommended Action: 1. Adopt Resolution No. 18-013 to increase the authorized
amount for the 2011 Contract Sweeping Service, Project No. 2011-02, to Contract
Sweeping Service, Inc., from the previously authorized annual amount of $137,097,
to the annual amount of $198,000, and approve a an annual contingency of $10,000
to cover extra sweeping as may be required, for a total of $208,000, and;
2. Approve FY 17/18 Budget Adjustments in the amount of $42,542 in the Resource
Recovery Envorinmental Programs account number 520-81-801 700-702 and
$28,361 in the Environmental Management Clean Creek Storm Drain Non-Point
Source account number 230-81-802 700-702.
Staff Report
A – Draft Resolution
B – June 6, 2011 Staff Report
C – April 27, 2016 letter to Contract Street Sweeping to extend five years
D – September 27, 2017 Lehigh Hanson Letter

7. Subject: Accept offer of dedication and waiver of future reimbursement related to
the McClellan Road Sidewalk Improvements – Phase 2 Project
Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution No. 18-014 accepting the offer of
dedication and waiver of future reimbursement from four property owners for the
construction of the McClellan Road Sidewalk Improvements – Phase 2 Project
Staff Report

A – Draft Resolution
SECOND READING OF ORDINANCES
8. Subject: Second reading for an ordinance to amend regulations in Title 2,
Administration and Personnel of the Municipal Code Chapter 2.80, to allow up to
six (6) members for the Fine Arts Commission
Recommended Action: That the City Council conduct the second reading and enact
Ordinance No. 18-2171: “An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Cupertino
amending regulations in Title 2, Administration and Personnel of the Municipal Code
Chapter 2.80, to allow up to six (6) members for the Fine Arts Commission”
Staff report
A – Ordinance No. 18-2171
B – Redline Draft Ordinance
PUBLIC HEARINGS
ORDINANCES AND ACTION ITEMS
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9. Subject: Adopt the Mitigated Negative Declaration and the 2018 Cupertino
Pedestrian Transportation Plan
Recommended Action: Adopt Resolution No. 18-015 adopting the Mitigated
Negative Declaration and the 2018 Cupertino Pedestrian Transportation Plan
Staff Report
A – Draft Resolution
REPORTS BY COUNCIL AND STAFF
10. Subject: Report on Committee assignments and general comments
Recommended Action: Report on Committee assignments and general comments
ADJOURNMENT
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The City of Cupertino has adopted the provisions of Code of Civil Procedure §1094.6;
litigation challenging a final decision of the City Council must be brought within 90
days after a decision is announced unless a shorter time is required by State or Federal
law.
Prior to seeking judicial review of any adjudicatory (quasi-judicial) decision, interested
persons must file a petition for reconsideration within ten calendar days of the date the
City Clerk mails notice of the City’s decision. Reconsideration petitions must comply
with the requirements of Cupertino Municipal Code §2.08.096. Contact the City
Clerk’s office for more information or go to http://www.cupertino.org/index.aspx?
page=125 for a reconsideration petition form.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), anyone who is planning
to attend the next City Council meeting who is visually or hearing impaired or has any
disability that needs special assistance should call the City Clerk’s Office at
408-777-3223, 48 hours in advance of the Council meeting to arrange for assistance.
Upon request, in advance, by a person with a disability, City Council meeting agendas
and writings distributed for the meeting that are public records will be made available
in the appropriate alternative format. Also upon request, in advance, an assistive
listening device can be made available for use during the meeting.
Any writings or documents provided to a majority of the Cupertino City Council after
publication of the packet will be made available for public inspection in the City
Clerk’s Office located at City Hall, 10300 Torre Avenue, during normal business hours
and in Council packet archives linked from the agenda/minutes page on the Cupertino
web site.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please be advised that pursuant to Cupertino Municipal
Code 2.08.100 written communications sent to the Cupertino City Council,
Commissioners or City staff concerning a matter on the agenda are included as
supplemental material to the agendized item. These written communications are
accessible to the public through the City’s website and kept in packet archives. You are
hereby admonished not to include any personal or private information in written
communications to the City that you do not wish to make public; doing so shall
constitute a waiver of any privacy rights you may have on the information provided to
the City.
Members of the public are entitled to address the City Council concerning any item
that is described in the notice or agenda for this meeting, before or during
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consideration of that item. If you wish to address the Council on any issue that is on
this agenda, please complete a speaker request card located in front of the Council,
and deliver it to the Clerk prior to discussion of the item. When you are called, proceed
to the podium and the Mayor will recognize you. If you wish to address the City
Council on any other item not on the agenda, you may do so by during the public
comment portion of the meeting following the same procedure described above. Please
limit your comments to three (3) minutes or less.
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