to lengthen or shorten the allotted times. East Palo Alto City Council Chambers is ADA compliant. Requests for disability related modifications or accommodations, aids or services may be made by a person with a disability to the City Clerk's office at (650) 853-3127 no less than 72 hours prior to the meeting as required by Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the federal rules and regulations adopted in implementation thereof.
E. RV Safe Parking Pilot Program on City Property at 1798 Bay Road (Sean Charpentier, Assistant City Manager) Recommendation: Receive update on progress related to RV Safe Parking Pilot Program and provide direction to City staff.
University until retirement in 1983; and WHEREAS, Ms. Kirk and her husband have given young folks around them the love, guidance and encouragement needed during challenging times; and WHEREAS, Ms. Kirk has been able to enjoy the tremendous growth of East Palo Alto during her (50+) fifty plus years of residency in our City that she loves; and
depict five salary steps associated with such authorized classifications. The City is presenting the 2017-2018 City of East Palo Alto Compensation Schedule to add and delete classifications and/or make adjustments to authorized compensation of approved classifications. This staff report supports our goal to ensure our fiscal viability and provide fair and equitable rates of pay for City employees. The purpose of the proposed, updated Compensation Schedule is to reflect all increases that were approved by City Council for Police Officers Association (POA); Service Employees
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EAST PALO ALTO ADOPTING THE CITY S 2017-2018 COMPENSATION SCHEDULE FOR ALL ADOPTED CITY CLASSIFICATIONS WHEREAS, the Classification Schedule shall consist of a list of the titles of classified and exempt classes in the City service and for each classification; and WHEREAS, the Personnel Policies and Procedures requires the Personnel Officer to administer the Classification Plan and review and allocate each position to its proper class and salary range; and WHEREAS, the Classification Plan, consisting of 108.88 positions, shall become
WHEREAS, the Compensation Plan establishes the pay range and steps assigned to each classification in the City Service; and WHEREAS, the purpose of the pay plan shall be to provide fair and equitable rates of pay for City employees; and WHEREAS, the salary for each class shall be consistent with the work as outlined in the class specification and shall be based on the principle that comparable salaries shall be paid for comparable duties and responsibilities; and WHEREAS, the Personnel Policies and Procedures requires the Personnel Officer to recommend the pay plan annually to the City Council for consideration; and WHEREAS, the City Council desires to fill the classifications with permanent full- time and/or permanent part-time employees; and
This recommendation is primarily aligned with: Priority 3: Increase Organizational Effectiveness and Efficiency Priority 6: Create a Healthy and Safe Community Background On November 13, 2017 the East Palo Alto Planning Commission approved a Tentative Parcel Map (TPM 17-01) to subdivide the existing parcel at 2389 Glen Way by creating two legal lots (see Attachment A-Planning Commission Minutes.) Analysis The submitted Final Map has been reviewed by the Planning Division and Public Works Department and a third party reviewer, Bureau Veritas and all find that the Final Map is in
The public was provided notice of this agenda item by posting the City Council agenda on the City s official bulletin board outside City Hall and making the agenda and report available at the City s website and at the San Mateo Co. Library located at 2415 University Avenue, East Palo Alto. Fiscal Impact There is no fiscal impact on the General Fund as part of this project. The developer has paid
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EAST PALO ALTO ACCEPTING THE FINAL MAP AT 2389 GLEN WAY, AND DIRECT CITY STAFF TO RECORD THE FINAL MAP WITH THE COUNTY OF SAN MATEO. WHEREAS, on November 12, 2017 the City of East Palo Alto Planning Commission approved a Tentative Parcel Map (TPM 17-01) to subdivide and create two legal lots at 2389 Glen Way; and WHEREAS, on November 12, 2017 the City of East Palo Alto Planning Commission affirmed that the proposed subdivision was exempt under the California
and WHEREAS, the Final Map has been reviewed by City staff for consistency with the Tentative Parcel Map, the General Plan, the Subdivision Map Act, and the City s Subdivision Regulations and the subdivision approval process of the City s Engineering Division; and
the above; and WHEREAS, all applicant fees shall be paid prior to the issuance of building permits for the development of the parcel. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF EAST PALO ALTO HEREBY accepts the Final Map, shown in Exhibit
This recommendation is primarily aligned with: Priority 1: Enhance Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Priority 3: Increase Organizational Effectiveness and Efficiency Priority 4: Improve Public Facilities and Infrastructure Priority 6: Create a Healthy and Safe Community Background The East Palo Alto Sanitary District (the District) had to replace a sewer pipeline on
Technical design of a webpage is estimated at 7,000. The MBK initiative made great progress with the support of Policy Link. Given the fact that VCY has already provided services for the MBK initiative, under these special circumstances, it is proposed to waive bidding procedures. The proposed operating principles and objectives of working with Policy Link to implement the LAP were:
the right mix of solutions and that leveraging programmatic work into systems and policy improvements will increase our chances of success. Current Status Within our community, the three milestones have been synthesized into two programmatic strategies viewed as important phases along the cradle to career continuum for the children and young adults primarily from the East Palo Alto / Belle Haven community. See next
organizations. BATA will be providing these services (See Exhibit B, Scope of Services) to the MBK initiative. Next Steps The program is now actively working to partner with the City of Menlo Park and other key partners to launch a collaborative, researched-based MBK Initiative supporting youth in the East Palo Alto / Belle Haven neighborhoods. The product of this effort will be the production of a master plan with clear timetables, benchmarks, a proposal / presentation for seeking external funding, an interactive website supporting the ongoing growth and accountability and a strategy for providing long-term staff support to the initiative. The areas of staff and consultants work and deliverables over this year are to:
10,000; AND, (3) APPROPRIATING 63,950 FROM THE GENERAL FUND. WHEREAS, on October 6, 2015, the City Council by resolution accepted President Barack Obama s MBK Community Challenge ( MBK ), allocating 26,000 from Administrative Services Department salary savings to fund the cost of developing a Local Action Plan (LAP), and received a grant from the Silicon Valley Community Foundation and the San Francisco Foundation in a total amount of 35,000 to support the City s MBK efforts; and
An update on the City s Pavement Management Program was provided to the City s Public Works and Transportation Commission on June 21, 2017. Analysis The City of East Palo Alto uses the Pavement Management Program to establish the City Annual Pavement Maintenance and Rehabilitation Program. The program develops the
There are several streets city-wide that are considered in Poor to Very Poor condition, meaning they have a PCI of 50 or below. There are a total of 32 Streets or approximately 6.25 miles of streets in Poor to Very Poor Condition. The cost of reconstructing these streets is estimated to be over ten million dollars. All of these streets should be reviewed and
is recommended that the City Council consider appropriating 1 million annually for streets maintenance and rehabilitation improvements to improve the conditions of city streets. 44 Fiscal Impact There is no fiscal impact or fund allocation request at this time. Staff is only requesting the Council to provide directions on how to implement the pavement management program and approve the proposed list of streets to be included in the upcoming 2018 Annual Street
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