City Council Preview: Study for a New City Hall Begins and Other Items

By Robert Haugh 

Tomorrow’s City Council meeting includes:

  • Study session on the Santa Clara Civic Center Master Plan and Utility Building Project Financial Feasibility and Economic Analysis. This is the next step to figure out if it’s feasible to build a new City Hall.  We wrote about it in October

  • Closed session Conference with Legal Counsel-Anticipated Litigation regarding the TAP International Financial Audit Titled “Contract Close Out Review: Convention and Visitor’s Bureau.” An audit found that the Chamber owes the City about $500,000.

  • Study Session on the City’s Community Room Rental Fee Structure and Use Policies

  • Action to Adopt a Resolution Authorizing the City to Access State and Federal Summary Criminal History Background Information for New Employees and Volunteers Through the California Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation

  • Adoption of a Resolution Nominating the Establishment of the following Six New ABAG/MTC Priority Development Areas in the City of Santa Clara: 1) Tasman East Specific Plan Area; 2) Lawrence Station Area Plan Area; 3) Patrick Henry Drive Specific Plan Area; 4) Freedom Circle Area; 5) Lawrence Station Focus Area Phase II; and 6) Related Santa Clara Project Area.

  • Action on the Formation of an Ad-Hoc Committee in Response to the June 2019 Santa Clara County Civil Grand Jury Report: “Inquiry into Governance of the Valley Transportation Authority”   

  • Public Hearing: Action on Proposed 48 Residential Condominium Project at 3035 El Camino Real

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