Council Agenda: Consideration of special speed zones
by TP staff
Jan 06, 2014 | 5693 views | 1 1 comments | 24 24 recommendations | email to a friend | print
This is the preliminary agenda for the next regular meeting of the Tracy City Council at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, at City Hall, 333 Civic Center Drive.

Discussion items

• Continue a public hearing to adopt amendments to the Citywide Roadway & Transportation and Storm Drainage master plans, the establishment of impact fees for roadway and traffic, water, recycled water, sewage, storm drainage, public safety, public facilities and park development and the associated AB1600 fee studies for all new developments within the city

• Hold a public hearing to consider applications to amend the Eastlake and Elissagaray Ranch planned unit developments to remove a 10-acre site designated for a school; to approve the concept, preliminary and final development plans for the Elissagaray infill planned unit development; to approve a vesting tentative subdivision map to subdivide the 10-acre site into 47 residential lots; and to introduce the ordinance and adopt the resolution. The project is on Dominique Drive between Eastlake Circle and Basque Drive, assessor’s parcel Nos. 252-050-24 and 252-260-01. The applicant and property owner is TVC Tracy Holdco LLC.

• Receive a report on the Tracer transit system

• Consider an amendment to a memorandum of understanding between the city of Tracy and the Tracy African American Association to include the waiver of administrative application processing and banner hanging fees and provide staff direction

• Introduce an ordinance amending Section 3.08.580 of the Tracy Municipal Code, which regulates the establishment of special speed zones

• Introduce an ordinance adopting, by reference, the 2013 California building and related codes, specifying which appendices apply to the city of Tracy; re-adopting certain existing sections of Title 9 of the Tracy Municipal Code; adopting standards related to exterior pallet storage, radio amplification systems, automatic sprinkler systems and other emergency responder requirements; and setting a public hearing date and time for adoption of the ordinance

Consent calendar

• Approve minutes

• Adopt a resolution approving a fiscal year 2012-13 supplemental appropriation for fund-department expenditures

• Accept the city of Tracy’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2013

• Award a professional services agreement to Schack and Co. Inc. of Tracy to provide professional engineering services for the preparation of plans, specifications and cost estimates for the south MacArthur Drainage Improvement Project, Phase 2 (CIP 76059), and authorize the mayor to execute the agreement

• Accept the Tracy Airport Drainage Improvement Project (CIP 177035b), completed by Sinclair General Engineering Construction Inc. of Oakdale and authorize the city clerk to file a notice of completion

• Accept the Police Firearms Practice Range Electrical Improvements project (CIP 71072e), completed by Silva Electrical Inc. of Tracy and authorize the city clerk to file a notice of completion

• Approve a list of city of Tracy projects for San Joaquin Council of Government’s One Voice trip to Washington, D.C., for congressional funding appropriation requests

• Authorize electric vehicle charging station use by the public for no fee

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January 07, 2014
"Introduce an ordinance amending Section 3.08.580 of the Tracy Municipal Code, which regulates the establishment of special speed zones."

I hope this means what it sounds like: that they will be establishing zones where you can speed.

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