The which also serves as the Parking Authority and Redevelopment Agency, will meet Tuesday, Sept. 6, at 7 p.m., at Town Council Chambers, 110 E. Main St.
Here's what you can expect:
On the consent agenda, which allows the five-member body to approve several items with one vote and without public comment, are:
- Approve responses to Santa Clara County Grand Jury reports on dispatch and fire services and rehiring of pensioners.
- Approve placement of plaque recognizing the City of Monte Sereno’s $100,000 contribution to the Town Plaza Fountain.
- Adopt resolution designating .28 acres, located at 16666 Marchmont Drive, as Marchmont Drive No. 2. The property owner and applicant is Anita Hunter.
- Approve plans and specifications for the Lark Avenue traffic signal improvements project and authorize staff to advertise the project for bid.
- Authorize the town manager to execute a construction contract with Joseph J. Albanese Inc. in an amount not to exceed $112,950 for demolition and disposal of an existing building located at the 930 University Avenue site.
- Approve plans to improve , between Mulberry Drive to Granada Way, and authorize staff to advertise the project for bids.
The Town Council, acting as the RDA, will also vote to:
- Introduce an ordinance to participate in an alternative voluntary redevelopment program pursuant to two measures approved by Gov. Jerry Brown that have suspended new redevelopment activities and incurrence of debt and will dissolve all redevelopment agencies as of Oct. 1.
- Approve resolutions authorizing an RDA transfer payment agreement.
On the public hearing portion of the agenda, which allows concerned residents three minutes to speak on any issue:
- Amendments to the town's rental dispute mediation and arbitration ordinance.
- A request to demolish five existing commercial building to construct two new office buildings on property located at 90-160 Albright Way and 14600 Winchester Blvd., where the Los Gatos Business Park is located. The razing of the buildings will allow developer John R. Shenk to build Netflix's future expansion location on the 21-acre property.