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Posted on: July 22, 2022

Summary of Actions Taken by Dublin City Council on Tuesday, July 19

At its meeting held on Tuesday, July 19, the Dublin City Council took a number of actions.  Below is a summary of actions taken:

  • Welcomed new City of Dublin Staff members, Sunmi Song with the Community Development Department; Maxwell Waechter and Debbie Bell with the Public Works Department; and Kevin Coffee with the Parks and Community Services Department.
  • Approved the minutes of the June 21, 2022, Regular City Council Meeting.
  • Confirmed the Mayor's recommendation of Councilmember Hu and Councilmember McCorriston to serve as the 2022 Ad-Hoc Audit Review Committee.
  • Approved the Agreement with Redwood Toxicology Laboratory, Inc., for the provision of toxicology testing services.
  • Approved project funding agreements with Alameda County Transportation Commission to fund crosswalk improvements and traffic signal modifications as part of Dublin’s Citywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements project (CIP No. ST0517).
  • Approved a second amendment to the Contract Instructor Services Agreement with Squad Estates, doing business as Skyhawks Tri-Valley East Bay, to increase the not-to-exceed compensation amount for the provision of recreational classes.
  • Authorized remote teleconferenced meetings of the Legislative Bodies of the City of Dublin for the next 30 days due to the continued risk to the health and safety of attendees from COVID-19.
  • Approved various agreements to allow the owner of the property adjacent to Old Fallon Road (commonly known as Croak Road) to clean out the existing ditch between the eastern edge of pavement of Croak Road and the Landowner’s fence, as well as replace a storm drain pipe culvert and install rock slope protection to reduce drainage issues on the Landowner’s property.
  • Approved a summary vacation of unused right-of-way on Campus Drive for the Dublin Transit Center Parking Garage project. 
  • Approved two proclamations for the month of August in the City of Dublin: National Night Out and American Muslim Appreciation and Awareness Month. 
  • Approved the Third Amendment to Land Lease between the City of Dublin and U.S. Bank National Association. 
  • Approved the artworks and a Public Art Installation and Maintenance Agreement with Dublin Crossing, LLC., for Public Art at the Boulevard Development. 
  • Authorized the City Manager to approve contract change orders with American Asphalt Repair and Resurfacing Co., Inc., for the Fallon Sports Park Upper Terrace Parking Lot. 
  • Approved an amendment to the agreement with Wesco Graphics, Inc., to increase the compensation for printing and distribution services. 
  • Approved City-initiated amendments to the Zoning Ordinance to extend the current regulations and continue to permit outdoor seating on a long-term temporary basis, with the approval of a Temporary Use Permit, until September 30, 2023, in order to aid in the economic recovery from the COVID-19. 
  • Directed Staff to bring back Map 112 with some adjustments to the boundaries between District 1 and 2, before voting on the final district map at the City Council meeting to be held on August 16.  City Council also approved the election sequencing proposal, putting Districts 1 and 3 on the ballot in 2024, and Districts 2 and 4 on the ballot in 2026.

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