By Robert Haugh
Tomorrow’s Santa Clara City Council has several routine items.
Councilman Anthony Becker, a mayoral candidate, wants to place an item on a future agenda (October 4) about The Related Companies and prevailing wage issues. It’s a complaint the Union of Painters made with the Department of Industrial Relations.
Interestingly, Becker made a the request the week after learning the company created an independent expenditure committee to support Mayor Lisa Gillmor’s campaign.
In closed session, the Council will discuss potentially selling the Loyalton Ranch property.
Here are other items:
- Closed session — Conference with Legal Counsel-Anticipated Litigation Exposure to litigation Number of potential cases: 1 Facts and Circumstances: Not disclosed on agenda (Deferred from September 13, 2022)
- Closed session — Conference with Real Property Negotiators (Property: East of Loyalton and West of Cold Springs in Sierra and Lassen Counties Negotiator: Rajeev Batra, City Manager (or designee) Negotiating Parties: California Department of Fish and Wildlife Under Negotiation: Purchase/Sale/Exchange/Lease of Real Property (provisions, price and terms)
- Recognition of Northern California Cricket Association (NCCA) USA National Interleague Tournament
- Public Hearing: 2021-2022 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER)
- Public Hearing: Actions on the Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) and the Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP), General Plan Amendment from Community Commercial to High Density Residential, Rezone from General Office (OG) to Planned Development (PD), and density bonus agreement to allow a multifamily affordable housing development with 108 rental units at 1601 Civic Center Drive