By Robert Haugh
Tomorrow’s Council meeting includes a written petition submitted by former City Attorney Brian Doyle requesting to place on a future agenda a discussion of how 49ers Exec Al Guido misled FIFA to try to bring the World Cup to Levi’s Stadium.
Here’s a preview of Doyle’s argument from an earlier column. It should be interesting to see what the 49er Five do.
Here are other items on the agenda:
- Proclamation of United Against Hate Week 2021
- Study Session on the City Activity to Address an Unhoused Population: California Department of Housing and Community Development’s (HCD) Project HomeKey and Provision of Basic Services for the City’s Unhoused
- Information and Update on the Ad Hoc Committee on the Apology Letter Relating to the City’s California Voting Rights Act Litigation
- Introduction of Ordinance to Amend Chapter 2.120, Entitled Boards and Commissions, to Update Boards and Commission Members Qualifications and Create the City’s Housing Commission and Establish the Powers, Functions, and Duties of the Commission; Direction About the Formation of a Homelessness Task Force
- Action on Formalization of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee
- Action on the Adoption and Certification of an Environmental Impact Report; Adoption of a Mitigation Monitoring or Reporting Program; and Architectural Approval of a Data Center project located at 1200-1310 Memorex Drive
- Adopt a Resolution Approving the California Municipal Finance Authority (CMFA) Issuance of Tax-Exempt Bonds Relating to the Financing of a 59-Unit Multifamily Rental Housing Project for Low-Income Households to be Located in the City of Santa Clara, California at 3941 Stevens Creek Boulevard