At its meeting held on Tuesday, July 20, the Dublin City Council took a number of actions. Below is a summary of actions taken:
- Accepted a donation in the amount of $50,000 from the McCreary Family Foundation to be used as an endowment fund to assist Dublin youth with financial challenges in joining the Dublin Green Gators Swim Team.
- Welcomed new City of Dublin interns, Raymond He with the Public Works Department, and Jerry Liang with the Information Services Department.
- Approved the minutes of the June 15, 2021, Regular City Council Meeting and the June 29, 2021, Special City Council Meeting.
- Approved a service agreement with Bay Island Officials Association for Sports Officiating Services.
- Approved the establishment of the City Council 2021 Ad-Hoc Audit Review Committee, which will review the audit process and final Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for fiscal year ending June 30, 2021. Mayor Hernandez and Councilmember McCorriston will serve on the Committee.
- Approved the agreement with All City Management Services for crossing guard services.
- Approved amendments to the Planned Development Zoning for 2.5 acres on the GH PacVest Property and 2.0 acres on the East Ranch property in Fallon Village, and the 23.46-acre future Emerald High School site in Dublin Ranch, in order to provide consistency with the General Plan and Eastern Dublin Specific Plan.
- Amended the Dublin Traffic Code to reduce the speed limits on Arnold Road between Dublin Boulevard and Gleason Drive from 40 to 35 miles per hour (mph); and on Tassajara Road between Dublin Boulevard and Gleason Drive, and between Fallon Road and the northern city limit, from 45 to 40 mph.
- Approved a two-year agreement with Wesco Graphics, Inc., for printing and distribution of the City's newsletters and activity guides.
- Accepted a Quit Claim of Easement from Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) and granted easement to DSRSD for the movement of a water line to a new location near the City of Dublin's maintenance facility on Scarlett Court.
- Approved a Second Amendment to the Community Benefit Program Agreement with VP-RPG Dublin, LLC, for the Cambria Hotel Project. The Amendment allows the Developer to design, construct, and install a Downtown Monument Sign prior to submitting for a building permit and seeking reimbursement for the work.
- Approved proclamations for National Night Out and American Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month in the City of Dublin.
- Approved agreements for on-call financial consulting services with Fieldman, Rolapp & Associates and Goodwin Consulting Group.
- Approved a Second Amendment to the Amended and Restated Agreement for Legal Services from Meyers Nave and appointed Jordyn Bishop as the Assistant City Attorney.
- Amended the Master Fee Schedule by establishing two new application fees, based on time and materials, for a Temporary Use Permit - Outdoor Seating, and a Site Development Review Waiver - Outdoor Seating, which are valid until the City's applicable American Rescue Plan Act budget allocation is exhausted or until September 30, 2022. This amendment is to facilitate outdoor seating for eating and drinking establishments on both a long-term temporary and permanent basis to aid in economic recovery post-COVID-19.
- Approved the Design-Build Energy Saving Performance Contract with Willdan Energy Solutions for Energy Reduction, Core Facility Infrastructure, and Resiliency Upgrade projects. The City Council also approved the issuance of tax-exempt bonds to fund the projects, and declared an intention to be reimbursed for expenditures from the proceeds of the bonds.
- Approved the issuance of special tax bonds for the City of Dublin Community Facilities District No. 2015-1 (Dublin Crossing) and the disbursement of bond sale proceeds to finance the public capital facilities and public capital facility fees related to the Boulevard (nee Dublin Crossing) project.
- Approved two new small business grant programs (Commercial Rent Relief and Outdoor Operations) using American Rescue PlanAct funding to help mitigate the severe impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on small businesses.
Read the full agenda.