Current Council Agenda

Tuesday, June 2, 2020


On March 3, 2020 Governor Newsom proclaimed a State of Emergency due to COVID-19 and subsequently issued Executive Orders N-25-20, N-29-20, and N-33-20, suspending provisions of the Brown Act allowing meetings via teleconferencing and members of the public to observe and offer comments telephonically or electronically. This meeting can be seen on Channel 29 and online at or




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CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL – EXISTING LITIGATION pursuant Govt. Code §54956.9(a): Workers Compensation Claimant – Jack Neiman-Kimel (WCAB # ADJ12907446)



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Pledge of Allegiance 
Remarks by Councilmember Brown 
Roll Call



1. Approve minutes of February 18, March 23, April 15 and 21, 2020

2. Adopt a resolution to approve rates for Solid Waste, Recyclable Materials, and Organic Materials Collection

3. Actions of the Zoning Administrator and Planning Commission

4. Adopt a resolution authorizing an application with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for allocation of Transportation Development Act (TDA) Article 3 funds for Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements at various locations

5. Adopt a resolution approving a freeway maintenance agreement with Caltrans for Interstate 680 undercrossings and overcrossings

6. Adopt a resolution authorizing the submittal of an application for, and receipt of, Local Early Action Planning (LEAP) grant funds from the State of California, Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD)

7. Accept monthly disbursements and investment report for April 2020

8. PUBLIC HEARING: Adopt a resolution to approve the 2020 Weed Abatement Program and authorizing the abatement of weeds, rubbish, dirt, or refuse upon or in front of certain described properties within the City of Pleasanton

9. PUBLIC HEARING: Adopt a resolution amending the Master Fee Schedule for the Pleasanton Pioneer Cemetery

10. Approve fifth amendment to contract with Graham Hitch Mortuary for cemetery management, plot sales and burial coordination for the Pleasanton Pioneer Cemetery

11. Approve a three-month contract extension with West Coast Arborist in the amount of $105,000 for tree trimming and removal services

12. Approve a three-month contract extension with Terra Landscape in the amount of $40,000 for citywide weed abatement services

13. Ratify purchase order contract with Pump Repair Services in the amount of $101,825 for emergency repair of Well 5

14. Approve a six-month contract extension with Pleasanton Golf LLC for the operation of Callippe Preserve Golf Course

15. Approve five-year contract with Axon Enterprise, Inc. in the amount of $1,362,700 for a comprehensive service package for body worn cameras, conducted energy devices and electronic evidence storage Continued from May 19, 2020


16. Presentation of a Proclamation declaring June as LGBTQ Pride Month

17. Public Comment from the public regarding items not listed on the agenda


18. Consider introduction of an ordinance to amend Pleasanton Municipal Code Chapter 9.32 to add a Tobacco Retailer Permit requirement and referrals to counseling for persons under age 21 in possession of tobacco products; and provide policy direction on other tobacco sales restrictions

19. Consider adoption of a resolution accepting the FY 2020/21 Mid-Term Operating Budget

20. Consider approval of an Emergency Rental Assistance Program for renters affected by the COVID-19 Pandemic




Posted: May 28, 2020



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