This looks like a surprisingly simple night.
We start the evening with no closed sessions, no study sessions. Just an hour and a half of board and commission candidate interviews. The general session starts out with not one but two special orders of the day. One recognizes October as National Arts and Humanities Month. The other recognizes October 16-22 as Freedom from Workplace Bullying Week. We then get a progress report from the County on the cold weather shelter being set up at 999 Hamlin.
The consent calendar is pretty large. There’s a contract for the Mary Avenue Overcrossing EIR report. There’s reimbursement to Foothill-De Anza for demolition costs for Onizuka. There are a couple of issues for the upcoming League of California Cities annual conference. There’s a law enforcement grant. There’s a contract for Microsoft Office subscriptions. There’s an annual resolution involving CalPERS benefits. There’s a contract for land use permitting services. And there’s a revised resolution that we’re being asked to adopt involving our Water Pollution Control Plant rebuild.
Finally, item 4 has us taking formal city positions on state and local ballot measures.