MINUTES OF THE TOWN COUNCIL MEETING SEPTEMBER 19, 2017

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1 TOWN OF LOS GATOS COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT MEETING DATE: 10/03/2017 ITEM NO: 2 MINUTES OF THE TOWN COUNCIL MEETING SEPTEMBER 19, 2017 The Town Council of the Town of Los Gatos conducted a Regular Meeting on Tuesday, September 19, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. MEETING CALLED TO ORDER AT 7:00 P.M. ROLL CALL Present: Mayor Marico Sayoc, Vice Mayor Rob Rennie, Council Member Marcia Jensen, Council Member Steve Leonardis, Council Member Barbara Spector. Absent: None PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE Pravin Balasingam led the Pledge of Allegiance. The audience was invited to participate. PRESENTATIONS Mayor Sayoc presented the Small Business, Big Applause Commendation to Chocolate Dream Box. Holly Westbrook thanked the Town for their support. CLOSED SESSION REPORT Robert Schultz, Town Attorney, stated Council met in Closed Session as duly noted on the agenda and there is no report. COUNCIL/TOWN MANAGER REPORTS Council Matters - Council Member Steve Leonardis stated he attended the West Valley Collection and Recycling meeting, the West Valley Sanitation District (WVSD) Board of Directors meeting, and the Water Treatment Plant Advisory Committee meeting. - Council Member Marcia Jensen stated she and Mayor Sayoc attended the Council Policy Committee meeting, and she attended the General Plan Committee (GPC) meeting. - Mayor Marico Sayoc stated she attended the Council Policy Committee meeting, met with Senator Beall s office and with the new Counsel General of Ireland. - Vice Mayor Rob Rennie stated Mayor Sayoc attended on his behalf the Silicon Valley Clean Energy (SVCEA) meeting with El Camino Hospital, he attended a SVCEA lunch meeting with the Interim CEO, he chaired the SVCEA meeting, he attended the Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition fundraising dinner, he participated in a SVCEA phone meeting, and he attended the Tomato Harvest Festival. 110 E. Main Street Los Gatos, CA

2 PAGE 2 OF 11 Council Matters continued - Council Member Barbara Spector stated she had meetings with the real estate, business, and volunteer communities, and had a pre-opening visit to Mt. Umunhum. Manager Matters - Announced recruitment for Adult Commissioners has begun and the deadline to apply is Friday, October 27, 5:00 p.m. - Announced the Library is hosting a trivia night on Wednesday, September 26 th. CONSENT ITEMS (TO BE ACTED UPON BY A SINGLE MOTION) 1. Approve Closed Session Meeting minutes of September 5, Approve Council Meeting minutes of September 5, Authorize the Town Manager to enter into an agreement with TruePoint Solutions for Accela development activity tracking software support and related services. 4. Adopt an ordinance amending Chapter 6 of the Town Code establishing an expedited, streamlined permitting process for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, as required by Government Code Section ORDINANCE Hilow Road - Annexation Application AN Property Owner/Applicant: Jason Halladay. Adopt resolution making determinations and approving the reorganization of territory designated as Hilow Road No. 8, an approximately 0.27 acre parcel, located at Hilow Road. APN RESOLUTION Authorize the Town Manager to purchase a replacement wheel loader from Peterson CAT in an amount not to exceed $179, Authorize the Town Manager to purchase four replacement hybrid Sport Utility Vehicles (SUVs) from Freeway Toyota in an amount not to exceed $121, Accept LSTA Grant Revenues in the amount of $5,000 from The California State Library and approve expenditures for bilingual children s materials reimbursable by grant funds Motion by Council Member Marcia Jensen to approve the Consent Items. Seconded by Council Member Steve Leonardis. VERBAL COMMUNICATIONS Angelia Doerner - Commented on the traffic data provided at the September 5 Council meeting and the traffic impacts for pending applications.

3 PAGE 3 OF 11 Verbal Communications continued MaryAnn Welch - Commented on the PAMF sign on Los Gatos Boulevard that is blocked by cars entering and leaving the driveway and that it should be larger, and she requested the lack of more than one entry and exit be addressed. Kim Hughes Assistant Program Director Live Oak Adult Day Services - Commented on the services provided and announced the new Caregiver's Support Group. Andrew Spyker - Commented on the traffic impacts that will result from the recent developments. Catherine Somers, Executive Director of Los Gatos Chamber of Commerce - Commented on the success of the Tomato Festival and invited all to the Eat, Drink Los Gatos event on Saturday, September 23 rd. Tony Alarcon - Commented on an article in the Los Gatos Living Magazine about the Almond Grove. OTHER BUSINESS 9. With the Town s recent designation as a World Health Organization Age-Friendly City, affirm and prioritize the four goals identified by the Town Council appointed Age-Friendly Task Force (Continued from 9/5/17). Arn Andrews, Assistant Town Manager, presented the staff report. Opened Public Comment. Tom Picraux, Community and Senior Services Commission Chair - Commented on the Town's four age friendly goals. Closed Public Comment. Council discussed the matter. Motion by Council Member Barbara Spector to prioritize three of the four suggested priorities: promotion of additional senior transportation, an infographic for available public services, and emergency preparedness. Seconded by Vice Mayor Rob Rennie.

4 PAGE 4 OF Update on the disposition of surplus Town properties. Arn Andrews, Assistant Town Manager, presented the staff report. Opened Public Comment. Hamid Taeb, Development Director, Habitat for Humanity - Commented on their proposal for Dittos Lane. Sarah Chaffin - Commented she will be submitting a proposal for moderate income housing for teachers for Dittos Lane. Dennis Byron May Lynn Heather Ishak Sister Rosalie Pizzo Laurel Cyrluk Lindsay Pierce Robin Adelman Kim Garay Victoria Prange Lauren Carlinski

5 PAGE 5 OF 11 Other Business Item #10 continued Gerald Scott - Commented that he is interested in developing the property. Closed Public Comment. Council discussed the matter. Motion by Council Member Steve Leonardis that Dittos Lane have a maximum of four units on the property, a moderate income level of % AMI or less as identified in the Addendum, and retain the historical integrity of the property. AMENDMENT: the Town will accept further proposals until October 22, Seconded by Council Member Barbara Spector. 11. Adopt a resolution to amend the FY 2017/ /22 Adopted Capital Improvement Program Budget (CIP) to identify the streets to be maintained using funding from the Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account (RMRA) created by Senate Bill 1 (SB1). RESOLUTION Matt Morley, Director Parks and Public Works, presented the staff report. Opened and closed Public Comment. Council discussed the matter. Motion by Council Member Marcia Jensen to adopt a resolution (Attachment 1) to amend the FY 2017/ /22 Adopted Capital Improvement Program Budget (CIP) to identify the streets to be maintained using funding from the Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account (RMRA) created by Senate Bill 1 (SB1). Seconded by Vice Mayor Rob Rennie. Recess at 8:44 p.m. Reconvened at 8:54 p.m.

6 PAGE 6 OF 11 PUBLIC HEARINGS Alberto Way - Architecture and Site Application S , Conditional Use Permit Application U , and Environmental Impact Report EIR Property Owner: CWA Realty. Applicant/Appellant: LP Acquisitions, LLC. Considering an appeal of a Planning Commission decision denying a request to demolish three existing office buildings and construct a new, two-story office building with below grade and at grade parking on property zoned CH. APN Jennifer Armer, Associate Planner, presented the staff report. Opened Public Comment. Alicia Guerra, applicant representative - Commented on the project. Suzanne Nobel Angelia Doerner Marietta Riner Loretta Fowler Lewis Darrow Nick Garnett Marilyn Basham Victoriya Rufanova Roman Rufanova

7 PAGE 7 OF 11 Public Hearings Item #12 continued John Mittelstet Dan Hall Randy Everman Rick Bell Don Eaton George Kornick Jon Gundersen Thomas Dunn Ron Tate Nick Casaccia Melanie Kemp Breton Saundess Mark Carnathan

8 PAGE 8 OF 11 Public Hearings Item #12 continued Brian Granum Sherry Burke Cathy Cathey Maura Burns Jean Jones Claire Ferguson Paulette Sato Bob Burke Sergey Melnik Pete Siemens Alex Hult - Commented on the process and suggested the process should be made easier to get through the process. Catherine Sommers, Executive Director Los Gatos Chamber of Commerce - Commented on the results of the survey the Chamber conducted on the impacts of the proposed project. Chris Enders

9 PAGE 9 OF 11 Public Hearings Item #12 continued Lee Quintana - Commented on the approval process. Shelly Franklin Uri Eiahu, Engeo, Geotechnical Consultant for applicant - Commented that the project will be fully compliant. Debra Chin Martin Goldman Dickson Fang Alicia Guerra, Gary Black, and Jolie Huston, applicant representatives - Addressed comments. Closed Public Comment. Council discussed the matter. Motion by Mayor Marico Sayoc to continue the item to October 3, Seconded by Council Member Marcia Jensen. Motion failed 2/3. Vice Mayor Rob Rennie, Council Members Steve Leonardis and Barbara Spector voting no. Motion by Council Member Barbara Spector to complete questions of the applicant. Seconded by Vice Mayor Rob Rennie. The Council asked questions of the applicant. The Mayor closed the public testimony portion of the Public Hearing.

10 PAGE 10 OF 11 Public Hearings Item #12 continued Motion by Council Member Marcia Jensen to continue the matter to a date certain of October 3, Seconded by Mayor Marico Sayoc. Motion passed 4/1. Council Member Barbara Spector voting no. Recess at 11:40 p.m. Reconvened at 11:47 p.m. Motion by Mayor Marico Sayoc to continue the meeting to no later than 12:30 a.m. Seconded by Vice Mayor Rob Rennie Newell Avenue - Planned Development Application PD and Mitigated Negative Declaration ND Property Owner: Tango Pappa. Applicant: Camargo & Associates Architects. Consider adoption of a Mitigated Negative Declaration and adoption of a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting program. Request for a Planned Development to rezone a property from R-1:12 to R-1:12:PD, to allow for the demolition of an existing building, subdivision of one lot into four, and construction of four new single-family residences on property zoned R-1:12. APN Motion by Council Member Marcia Jensen to continue the item to November 7, Seconded by Vice Mayor Rob Rennie. 14. Consideration and adoption of an Interim Urgency Ordinance of the Town Council of the Town of Los Gatos extending for a period of ten months and fifteen days the moratorium prohibiting the processing and issuance of land use development entitlements within the North 40 Specific Plan area until an update to the north 40 Specific Plan has been completed. ORDINANCE 2262 Robert Schultz, Town Attorney, presented the staff report. Opened Public Comment.

11 PAGE 11 OF 11 Public Hearings Item #14 continued Angelia Doerner - Requested the verbatim minutes of the Planning Commission meetings be made available online as soon as possible. Closed Public Comment. Council discussed the matter. Motion by Council Member Barbara Spector to adopt the interim urgency ordinance contained in Attachment 3. Seconded by Council Member Steve Leonardis. Motion passed 4/1. Council Member Marcia Jensen voting no. The Clerk Administrator read the title of the ordinance. ADJOURNMENT The meeting adjourned at 12:00 a.m. Attest: /s/ Shelley Neis, Clerk Administrator