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July 6, 2001

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Beckstrand

Gomes

Hill

McPoland

Petrovich

Approved Resolution No. 2326 establishing a Residential Growth Management Program to provide for the review and evaluation of residential growth in the City. Y Y Y Y N
Approved first Reading of Ordinance No. 676 approving the Mitigated Negative Declaration, General Plan Amendment, Rezone and Development Agreement for a 57 acre medical/office/residential and retail Special Planning Area and Planned Development for John Muir/Mt. Diablo Health System, located on the south side of Balfour Road, west of existing Concord Avenue. Y Y Y Y Y

July 10, 2001

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Beckstrand

Gomes

Hill

McPoland

Petrovich

Rejected claim presented by Lorna Mesina.  A Y Y Y Y
Approved second reading of Ordinance No. 673 adding section 9.48.075 to the Municipal Code requiring the wearing of safety gear at the skate park.  A Y Y Y Y
Approved second reading of Ordinance No. 674 approving Zoning Amendment to Planned Development 40 eliminating the area designated as Subarea “B”; and Ordinance No. 675 approving Zoning Amendment to Planned Development 42, adding the area designated as Subarea “B” of PD-40 and adopting development standards for the Planned Development. This property is generally located south of Sand Creek Road and west of Brentwood Boulevard. A Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2327 authorizing and approving the application for grant funds for the Per Capita Grant Program under the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2000 A Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2328 accepting the public improvements in SPA ‘L’ (CIFP 98-1) for maintenance, accepting the Maintenance Bond for SPA ‘L’ by SPA ‘L’ Builders, located south of Minnesota Avenue, east of Fairview Avenue and west of the Union Pacific Railroad Tracks. A Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2330 approving the Brookfield Homes Reimbursement Agreement for the Roddy Ranch Non Potable Waterline Agreement, and authorizing the Mayor to execute the Agreement. A Y Y Y Y
Authorized the City Manager to enter into an Instructor Contract with Julie Mason for Biddy Sports Programs A Y Y Y Y
Set August 14, 2001 as the hearing date for the appeal filed on TSM 8424 - Yamanaka Property, located north of Chestnut Street and east of the future Garin Parkway extension. A Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2329 authorizing the City Engineer and City Attorney to negotiate and sign an agreement with the City of Torrance, California for the rights to the at grade crossing closed by the City of Torrance to facilitate the Public Utilities Commission approval of Brentwood’s new Sand Creek Road crossing of the Union Pacific Railroad, and authorizing the City Engineer to continue negotiations with San Joaquin County and Torrance for the purchase of a second railroad crossing. A Y Y Y Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. 677 amending Planned Development (PD) 26 to add Development Standards for a proposed new housing development in Planning Area 1, located south of Lone Tree Way, north of Minnesota Avenue, west of the Union Pacific Railroad tracks and east of Fairview Avenue. A Y Y Y Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. 678 amending Planned Development (PD) 35 by creating development standards for the project site generally located south of Lone Tree Way and west of Empire Avenue. Applicant: Arco Products Company A Y Y Y Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. 679 amending Planned Development (PD) 20 by creating development standards for the project site located south of Balfour Road and east of the future John Muir Parkway (new Concord Avenue). Applicant: Arco Products Company  A Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2331 amending the Master Fee Schedule Resolution No. 2198 to include a new fee of $25.10 for each and every new or revised lot or parcel. A Y Y Y Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. 680 calling and providing for a Municipal Bond Election for the purposes of submitting to the qualified electors of the City the proposition of whether bonded indebtedness of the City should be incurred for the purpose herein set forth; declaring the amount of bonds proposed to be issued and the maximum rate of interest to be paid thereon; making provisions for the levy and collection of taxes; fixing the date of said election and the manner of holding the same and the procedure for voting for or against said proposition; and providing for notice of said election; and approved Resolution No. 2332 determining that the Public Interest and Necessity demand the acquisition, construction, and completion by the City of the following municipal improvement, to wit: a new police station, including construction of facilities, works, property or structures necessary or convenient for said improvement for the City, and that the cost of said Municipal Improvement for the City; and that the cost of said municipal improvement will require an expenditure greater than the amount allowed therefore by the annual tax levy. A Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2333 approving the Final Engineer’s Reports, and confirming the annexations and new formations within the Consolidated Landscaping & Lighting Assessment Districts and the Citywide Park Maintenance District No. 98-1 to levy assessments for fiscal year 2001/02.  A Y Y Y Y
Clarification of Land Use for Reinhard property south of Lone Tree Way.  Approved the recommendation of the subcommittee. A Y Y Y Y
Report from Park and Recreation Commission regarding consideration of Dog Park.  Approved recommendation of the Parks and Recreation Commission. A Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2334 extending the 2-hour parking time limit on Oak Street during CornFest A Y Y Y Y

July 24, 2001

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Beckstrand

Gomes

Hill

McPoland

Petrovich

Authorized the City Manager to execute agreements for providing professional plan check services to the City on an as-needed basis from Advanced Tec Engineering Group and RBF Consulting in an amount not to exceed $25,000 each through June 30, 2002.  Y Y Y Y A
Approved Second reading of Ordinance No. 676 approving the Mitigated Negative Declaration, General Plan Amendment, Rezone and Development Agreement for a 57-acre medical/office/residential and retail Special Planning Area and Planned Development for John Muir/Mt. Diablo Health System, located on the south side of Balfour Road, west of existing Concord Avenue Y Y Y Y A
Approved Second reading of Ordinance No. 677 amending Planned Development (PD) 26 to add Development Standards for a proposed new housing development in Planning Area 1, located south of Lone Tree Way, north of Minnesota Avenue, west of the Union Pacific Railroad tracks and east of Fairview Avenue. Y Y Y Y A
Approved Second reading of Ordinance No. 678 amending Planned Development (PD) 35 by creating development standards for the project site generally located south of Lone Tree Way and west of Empire Avenue. Y Y Y Y A
Approved Second reading of Ordinance No. 679 amending Planned Development (PD) 20 by creating development standards for the project site located south of Balfour Road and east of the future John Muir Parkway (new Concord Avenue). Y Y Y Y A
Approved Second Reading of Ordinance No. 680 calling and providing for a Municipal Bond Election for the purposes of submitting to the qualified electors of the City the proposition of whether bonded indebtedness of the City should be incurred for the purpose herein set forth; declaring the amount of bonds proposed to be issued and the maximum rate of interest to be paid thereon; making provisions for the levy and collection of taxes; fixing the date of said election and the manner of holding the same and the procedure for voting for or against said proposition; and providing for notice of said election.  Y Y Y Y A
Approved Resolution No. 2335 authorizing the City Manager to execute Purchase Orders or Contracts for various vendors in an amount to exceed $50,000 for the 2001/02 Budget year. Y Y Y Y A
Approved Community Liaison Subcommittee recommendation to provide $20,800 in funding support for the Family Alliance Program.  Y Y Y Y A
Adopted of the Comprehensive Economic Development Strategic Action Plan. Y Y Y Y A
Directed staff to proceed with Requests for Proposals for the Downtown Specific Plan (DTSP) Y Y Y Y A
Set the date of  Thursday, August 16, 2001 at 7 PM for a Special City Council meeting regarding the Ag. Enterprise Program Y Y Y Y A

August 14, 2001

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Beckstrand

Gomes

Hill

McPoland

Petrovich

Approved Resolution No. 2336 authorizing and approving the application for grant funds for the Roberti-Z’Berg-Harris Urban Open Space and Recreation Program under the Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Act of 2000 (Proposition 12).  Y Y A Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2337 authorizing the Department Directors and/or the City Attorney to prepare ordinance summaries for publication pursuant to California Government Code Section 36933. Y Y A Y Y
Set September 11, 2001 as the public hearing date to consider the appeal by Horace and Norrine Siino concerning Tentative Subdivision Map (TSM) No. 8281 subdividing 44.03 acres into 132 single family detached lots, located south of Lone Tree Way, west of Fairview Avenue and north of the EBMUD Aqueduct. Y Y A Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2338 approving an agreement for purchase of a fee parcel with members of the Sciortino family for property generally located east of Brentwood Boulevard between Applewood Common and Nancy Street, related to Brentwood Boulevard Widening (ISTEA), CIP Project No. 336-3054. Y Y A Y Y
Authorize payment of $250 for weed abatement services for parcel number 013-212-008.  Y Y A Y Y
Award Construction Contract for Building Improvements for 118 and 120 Oak Street, CIP Project No. 336-3090 to the McDonald Glen Co. in the amount of $416,019.00 and grant the City Manager authority to execute change orders up to 10% of the contract amount.  Y Y A Y Y
Authorize the City Manager to execute a contract with McGill Martin Self, Inc. to assist the City in the preparation of an application to the Inter-Regional Partnership for designation of an Opportunity Zone. Y Y A Y Y
Update of City Council strategic goals and objectives.  Y Y A Y Y
Annexation (A 01-01) and Prezone (RZ 01-02) of 8 acres and a General Plan Amendment (GPA 00-05), Rezoning (RZ 01-02) and an amendment to the Garin Ranch Specific Plan relating to the development of the Yamanaka property, located at the northeast corner of Chestnut Street and Garin Parkway and extending between Chestnut Street and Sycamore Avenue. Resolution No. 2339 initiating the Annexation (A01-1) of the easterly 8 acres of the Yamanaka property to the City of Brentwood. Ordinance No. 681 which prezones the easterly 8 acres of the property to PD-30 for single family residential. Resolution No. 2340 approving General Plan Amendment (GPA00-02) which changes the land use on 0.22 acres from low density residential to high density residential, and Specific Plan Amendment #2 to the Garin Ranch Specific Plan changing Planning Areas 13 & 14 from a mix of medium and wide-shallow single family residential to conventional single family residential. Ordinance No. 682 which rezones the westerly 48.63 acres of the property from PD-17 to PD-30 for a mix of single family residential and 0.22 acres of senior apartments, and adopts development standards (subareas ‘C’ and ‘D’ of the new PD-30). N Y N Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2341adopting the 2000 Urban Water Management Plan. Y Y Y Y Y
Designate Mayor McPoland as voting delegate and Councilmember Hill as the alternate voting delegate at the League of California Cities annual business meeting on September 15, 2001 in Sacramento. Y Y Y Y Y
Discussion concerning membership boundaries for the Arts Commission members. Directed staff to make the boundaries the city limits Y Y Y Y Y

August 28, 2001

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Beckstrand

Gomes

Hill

McPoland

Petrovich

Confirmed the Conceptual Plan and authorization for the City Manager to enter into an agreement with RRM Design Group for landscape architectural design services in the amount of $300,000 for the Balfour Road Park Development, CIP Project 522-5221.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2342 to apply for grant funding from the California Integrated Waste Management Board for the Park Playground Accessibility and Recycling Grant Program Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2343 approving the request for an industrial disability retirement for Frank Passmore Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2344 approving an agreement defining the stipulations regarding disability status, labor code section 4850 benefits and sick leave benefits for Frank Passmore  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2345 correcting ownership of property located on southeast corner of Walnut Boulevard and Oak Street. Y Y Y Y Y
Set September 25, 2001 as the public hearing date to consider the appeal by Wes Tilton concerning the denial of an Encroachment and Building Permit for Masonry Fence on Wildcat Way. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2346 authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract with Granite Construction Company in the amount of $6,029,985 for the construction of Sand Creek Road Central Phase 1, CIP Project #336-3061, from west of Fairview Avenue to west of the Union Pacific railroad tracks and authorizing the City Manager to execute change orders not to exceed 10 percent of the contract amount.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2347 authorizing the City Manager to execute a contract with Kenny Manta Industrial Service for the Re-Painting of the Elevated Tank located on Walnut Boulevard north of Dainty Avenue, Steel Reservoir, CIP # 562-5626, in the amount of $135,200.  Y Y Y Y Y
Directed the City Engineer to proceed with final design of Option C to make sewer service available for a portion of Brentwood Boulevard south of Lone Tree Way, proceed to bid the sanitary sewer improvements project (a portion of Brentwood Boulevard/Lone Tree Way Wastewater CIP 592-5910.  Y Y Y Y Y
Authorized staff to work with the Liberty Union High School District to facilitate construction of a school parking lot expansion to be jointly funded by the District and the City, and to coordinate the parking lot funding through a development agreement which would include school district funding through school fee credits and City funding through densities in excess of mid-range so there is no cash contribution from the City. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2348 approving the Final Map of Subdivision 8402 (Pulte Homes) located north of Lone Tree Way and east of O’Hara Avenue, accepting the improvement security, and approving the Subdivision Improvement Agreement. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2349 approving the Final Map of Subdivision 8305, Brentwood Lake Unit 5 (Brookfield Homes) located north of Balfour Road and east of East Country Club Drive.  Y Y Y Y Y
 Approved Resolution No. 2350 approving the Final Map of Subdivision 8210, Brentwood Lake Unit 4 (Brookfield Homes) located north of Balfour Road and east of East Country Club Drive. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2353 approving the Final Map of Subdivision 8277 Deer Ridge Country Club Village “J” (Lafferty Homes) located south of Balfour Road and west of Concord Avenue, accepting the improvement security, and approving the Subdivision Improvement Agreement. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2351 authorizing the filing of an application for the Alameda County Congestion Management Agency with the Metropolitan Transportation Commission for Funding for the Vasco Road Safety Project. Y Y Y Y Y
Authorized the City Manager to execute a Purchase Order and all necessary documents with AMS.NET to furnish and install networking and telephone equipment for the Brentwood Technology Center for $165,902 and authorize the City Manager authority to execute change orders up to 10% of the contract amount.  Y Y Y Y Y
Appointed Jason Fischer to the Neighborhood Committee for a term to expire August 2004.  Y Y Y Y Y
Authorized the City Manager to execute a purchase order for Advanced Maintenance Systems janitorial services for the not-to-exceed dollar amount of $98,000.00.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2352 amending Resolution 2298 by adding annexation to the East Contra Costa Irrigation District (ECCID). Y Y Y Y Y
Authorized staff to initiate a fee study related to Habitat, Housing, Economic Incentive Fee, and Agricultural Mitigation Fees and Charges.  Y Y Y Y Y
Continued consideration of an Ordinance and a Resolution approving the General Plan Amendment (GPA 00-02) and Rezoning (RZ 00-05) and an amendment to the Garin Ranch Specific Plan relating to the development of the Sciortino property, located on the north side of Oak Street adjacent to the Liberty High School Athletic fields.  Continued to 9/25/01 meeting Y Y Y Y Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. 683 approving the Brentwood Agricultural Enterprise Program and adding Chapter 17.730 to the Brentwood Municipal Code to conserve agricultural land, and Resolution No. 2354 amending the Master Fee Schedule by adding an agricultural conservation fee. Y Y N N Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. 684 amending Section 9.48.075 of the Brentwood Municipal Code adopting Rules and Regulation pertaining to the Skate Park. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2355 approving an amendment to the Housing Element of the General Plan to allow new multi-family developments within the Downtown. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. 685 approving zoning amendment establishing development standards for a tentative subdivision map (TSM 8408) located west of Fairview Avenue and south of Apricot Way. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. 686 amending Chapter 2.08, Section 2.08.010 of the Municipal Code pertaining to the monthly compensation of members of the City Council.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved second reading of Ordinance No. 681 prezoning the easterly 8 acres of the property to PD-30 for single family residential, and Ordinance No. 682 rezoning the property and adopting development standards for the Yamanaka property. N Y N Y Y
Appointed Mayor McPoland, Councilmember Hill and Planning Commissioners Shipley & Brockman to the Residential Growth Management Program Evaluation Committee. Y Y Y Y Y

September 11, 2001

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Beckstrand

Gomes

Hill

McPoland

Petrovich

Approved Resolution No. 2356 authorizing the closure of certain streets to facilitate the 2001 Liberty High School Homecoming Parade on September 28, 2001. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2357 authorizing the closure of certain streets to facilitate the Brentwood Arts Commission 2001 Downtown Barbecue Fundraiser on September 22, 2001.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2358 approving the Final Map of Subdivision 8278 Deer Ridge Country Club Village “K” (Lafferty Homes) located south of Balfour Road and west of Concord Avenue, accepting the improvement security, and approving the Subdivision Improvement Agreement. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2359 adopting City Council Policy No. 10-9; City Vehicle Operating Procedure Policy.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2360 amending City Council Policy No. 10-8, Employee Computer Purchase Program. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved an agreement for payment of contract services with Brentwood Partners LLC for Environmental Impact Report for Lone Tree Center project on Lone Tree, east of Empire. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved an Agreement for contract services with EIP Associates for Environmental Impact Report for Lone Tree Center project on Lone Tree, east of Empire. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2361 authorizing funding of an Administrative Assistant II for the Economic Development Department to provide administrative/clerical support for the tenants of the Brentwood Education and Technology Center. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved an agreement between the City of Brentwood and Brentwood Union School District relating to Joint Use of Facilities. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved second reading of an Ordinance No. 686 amending Chapter 2.08, Section 2.08/010 of the Municipal Code pertaining to the monthly compensation of members of the City Council.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved second reading of Ordinance No. 684 amending Section 9.48.075 of the Brentwood Municipal Code adopting Rules and Regulations pertaining to the Skate Park Y Y Y Y Y
Approved second reading of Ordinance No. 685 approving zoning amendment establishing development standards for a tentative subdivision map (TSM 8408) located west of Fairview Avenue and south of Apricot Way. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2363 amending Resolution No. 2326 pertaining to the Residential Growth Management Program.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2362 authorizing a Purchase Agreement with Andrade for property generally located on the north side of Sand Creek Road near the Highway 4 Bypass. (Developer Improvements -Sand Creek Road Widening ll – Bypass Project) Y Y Y Y Y
Approve Resolution No. 2365 upholding the Planning Commission’s approval and deny the appeal, by Horace and Norrine Siino, of Tentative Subdivision Map No. 8281 to subdivide 44.03 acres Into 130 single family residential lots, located south of Lone Tree Way and west of Fairview Avenue. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. approving an amendment to Planned Development No. 20 by adding development standards for Tentative Subdivision Map 8352 located west of Concord Avenue and south of Balfour Road. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. of a resolution adopting the 2001/02 Cost Allocation Plan & Schedule of City Fees. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved second reading of Ordinance No. 683, adopting Chapter 17.730 (Agricultural Land Conservation) of the Zoning Code. Y Y N N Y
Set the date of October 23, 2001 at 6:00 p.m. to meet with the Park and Recreation Commission to review the draft Parks, Trails and Recreation Master Plan.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2364 authorizing the execution and delivery of a Site Lease, a Facilities Lease and a Continuing Disclosure Agreement in connection with the issuance by the Brentwood Infrastructure Financing Authority of its Capital Improvement Revenue Bonds, Series 2001 and the refunding of its Capital Improvement Program Bonds, Series 1996; making certain findings and determinations; and authorizing certain other actions in connection therewith. Y Y Y Y Y

September 25, 2001

Subject

Legend: Y=Yes N=No A=Absent Absn=Abstain

Beckstrand

Gomes

Hill

McPoland

Petrovich

Approved Resolution No. 2367amending Council Policy 10-4, City of Brentwood Investment Policy. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2368 accepting all public improvements (excluding Parcel "A" and "B") for maintenance, accepting the Subdivision Maintenance Bond and a Cash Bond for Parcels "A" and "B" and releasing the Subdivision Performance and Payment Bonds for Subdivision 8146, Pulte Homes, located in SPA "L," east of Fairview and south of Grant Street.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2369 accepting all the public improvements (excluding Parcel "A") for maintenance, accepting the Subdivision Maintenance Bond and a cash Bond for parcel "A," and releasing the Subdivision Performance and Payment Bonds for Subdivision 8147, Laurelwood Estates Unit 3, Pulte Homes, located in SPA "L," east of Fairview Avenue and south of Grant Street. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2370 accepting the offers of dedication of street rights of way, accepting the public improvements for maintenance (excluding Parcel "A") for Subdivision 8033, Ashton Place Unit 1, Pulte Homes, located east Minnesota Avenue and north of Sand Creek Road in SPA "L." Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2371 approving the Purchase Agreement with Valle for Brentwood Blvd. Wastewater Improvement Project, CIP 592-5910, generally located on the west side of Brentwood Boulevard between Sunrise Drive and Lone Tree Way. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2372 approving the Purchase Agreement with Walker, et al for Northwest Quadrant Infrastructure, CIP Project No. 336-3127, for the widening of a section of Lone Tree Way necessary for the completion of State Route 4 Bypass.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2373 authorizing a loan between the City of Brentwood Water Enterprise and the Water Facility Fee Fund. Y Y Y Y Y
Denied the appeal by Wes Tilton concerning the of an Encroachment and Building Permit for Masonry Fence on Wildcat Lane Y Y Y Y Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. 688 and Resolution No. 2374 approving the General Plan Amendment (GPA 00-02) and Rezoning (RZ 00-05) and an amendment to the Garin Ranch Specific Plan relating to the development of the Sciortino property, located on the north side of Oak Street adjacent to the Liberty High School Athletic fields.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. 689 repealing Chapter 8.36 of the Municipal Code dealing with restrictions on tobacco advertising promotions within 1600 feet of schools.  Y Y Y Y Y
Approved first reading of Ordinance No. 690 amending Brentwood Municipal Code Chapter 2.44, Section 2.44.030(A) regarding membership boundaries for Arts Commissioners  Y Y Y Y Y
Accepted the report on joint use meeting of user groups for Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex.  Y Y Y Y Y
Consideration of an eight-month time extension of the Jeffry Development Agreement for the Walnut Technology Center located at Walnut and Continente Avenue. Continued to October 9, 2001 Y Y Y Y Y
Amended the Brentwood Education and Technology Center (BETC) Budget and Approve the Technology Incubator Rent Structure. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved the “Streets Cooperative Agreement” between the City of Antioch and the City of Brentwood regarding the development of the southeast corner of Lone Tree Way and Heidorn Ranch Road. Y Y Y Y Y
Approved Resolution No. 2375 amending the CIP Budget Sheet reflecting the Funding for this fiscal year for Brentwood Boulevard Parking Lot (CIP Project No. 336-3125) located on the east side of Brentwood Boulevard and north of Chestnut Street. Y Y Y Y Y
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