CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2018
6:30 PM – SUMMER READING PROGRAM AWARDS
7:00 PM – REGULAR MEETING (OR IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE SUMMER READING PROGRAM AWARDS)
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
3575 PACIFIC AVENUE
LIVERMORE, CA 94550
* Due to the Summer Reading Program Awards, seating in the Council Chamber is not available until 7:00 pm. Temporary seating is available in the Multi-Service Center at 3311 Pacific Avenue.
Hearing to consider General Plan Amendment 18-005 to amend Section VI. Emergency and Disaster Preparedness of the Public Safety Element of the Livermore General Plan to include a new goal, objectives and policies relating to and supporting the Tri-Valley Hazard Mitigation Plan. The goal, objectives and policies address natural hazard mitigation and protecting people, property and the environment from natural hazards.
Hearing to consider the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Consolidated Annual Performance Evaluation Report for Community Development Block Grant and HOME Investment Partnership Program.
Hearing to consider actions relating to the approval of disposition, development and loan documents for the Chestnut Square development project located at 1635 Chestnut Street (217 North N and 1635 – 1763 Chestnut Street).
Hearing to consider approving a Disposition, Development and Loan Agreement with Eden Housing Inc., including a predevelopment loan in the amount of $500,000 for the development of the Downtown Multi-family Housing Site (located approximately at Railroad Avenue and L Street, a portion of APN 098-0289-021-00) and an Amendment to the Notice of Affordability Restriction on the Transfer of Property and Declaration of Covenants.
Hearing to consider 1) Downtown Concept Plan Landscape Design Guidelines for streetscapes, pedestrian connections, parks, plazas and other public spaces identified within the approximately 8.2 acres Downtown Concept Plan area; and 2) consideration of a park design elements for an approximately 1.5-acre public park (Stockmen's Park) located on the west side of South Livermore Avenue between First Street and Railroad Avenue. The project includes landscaping, hardscape, pedestrian walkways, interactive art and play structures, seating, and other furnishings.
To download the current agenda packet, visit the following link: www.cityoflivermore.net/agenda