The will meet at 7 p.m., Monday, Aug. 6, at Town Council Chambers, 110 E. Main St. to discuss the following:
- commendations and drawings
On the consent agenda, which allows the five-member body to approve items with one vote, are:
- Los Gatos Town Manager Greg Larson will present a report about actions taken during the Town Council recess in July
- Council Member Joe Pirzynski is being considered for an appointment as the primary voting delegate and Judith Propp, Los Gatos town attorney, as the alternate voting delegate for the League of California Cities Annual Conference scheduled for Sept. 5-7, 2012 in San Diego
- A resolution setting date for consideration of reorganization of an uninhabited area designated as Mireval Road No. 4, approximately 3.3 acres located at 17560 Mireval Road
- Live Oak Manor Park ADA upgrades project, contracting with Jos. J. Albanese in an amount not to exceed $138,836
- Authorize Larson to execute a construction contract with Bearden Construction Co., Inc. DBA CB Concrete Construction in an amount not to exceed $98,351 for the University Avenue sidewalk/Creekside Sports Park project
- Lark Avenue traffic signal improvements project has been completed by Tennyson Electric Inc.
On the public hearing portion of the agenda, which allows concerned residents three minutes to speak on any issue:
- Adopt an ordinance between the Board of Administration California Public Employees’ Retirement System and the Town Council of the Town of Los Gatos to add a second retirement tier for non-sworn ("miscellaneous") employees
- owners Michael Guerra and Joe Cannistraci will ask for a conditional-use permit to open a , a retail space that's been divided by Los Gatos Shopping Center owner Jim Zanardi and which was formerly 2 Fabulous Salon.
- B & G Group LLC's wants to modify the conditional-use permit for the property at 160 W. Main St. to operate that will have a small bar and a DJ host for special corporate events and private parties up to eight times a month. The building, which used to be a bank and is the former Valeriano's location, is owned by Robert and Muriel Brouwer.