At its meeting held on Tuesday, February 2, the Dublin City Council took a number of actions. Below is a summary of actions taken:
- Introduced new City of Dublin employee Michelle Sung, Environmental Technician in the Public Works Department.
- Recognized the Rotary Club of Dublin in celebration of its 50th anniversary.
- Approved the minutes of the January 12, 2021, Regular City Council Meeting.
- Declared that weeds and combustible materials growing and accumulating on the streets, sidewalks, and property of the City of Dublin are a public nuisance, and ordered the abatement, thereof.
- Authorized the purchase of two 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe 2WD vehicles for Dublin Police patrol services, and declared the replaced vehicles as surplus property.
- Approved the following City proclamations for the month of February: American Heart Month, Black History Month, and National Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month.
- Approved the 2021 City of Dublin Legislative Platform, which guides the City's response to pending and potential legislation, policies, programs, grant funding opportunities, ballot measures, mandates, and budgets at all levels of government.
- Approved an upgrade to the City of Dublin records management system from Laserfiche Avante to Laserfiche Rio, and approved future purchases of Laserfiche licenses and ECS Professional Services.
- Approved the Reimbursement Agreement with SFPP L.P. for the relocation and lowering of an existing pipeline to allow for the construction of the Scarlett Court extension project.
- Amended and restated the Bylaws and Rules of Procedure for the Human Services Commission, Parks and Community Services Commission, Heritage and Cultural Arts Commission, Senior Center Advisory Committee, and the Youth Advisory Committee to address the timing of the selection of the Chairperson and Vice Chairperson, meeting frequency, and other non-substantive changes.
- Approved the initiation of a General Plan Amendment Study for three sites to evaluate changing the land use designation from semi-public to public/semi-public for 2.5 acres of the GH PacVest property and 2.0 acres of the East Ranch property for a broader range of uses, and the 23.46-acre Emerald High School site from neighborhood commercial to public/semi-public.
February 2 City Council Meeting Agenda