Council Agenda: Parking permits & development impact fees
by TP staff
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This is the preliminary agenda for the regular meeting of the Tracy City Council at 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 333 Civic Center Drive. The full agenda can be found at City Hall or online on the city website.

Discussion items

• Adopt several resolutions of the city of Tracy, the Tracy Public Financing Authority and the Tracy Operating Partnership Joint Powers Authority related to the refinancing of outstanding bonds

• Hold a public hearing to authorize the adoption of updated roadway development impact fees for the Plan C development area

• Authorize the establishment of preferential parking on 12th Street and Berverdor Avenue between Mae Avenue and East Street as a pilot program

• Discuss and provide direction to the city staff on the procedures to fill City Council vacancies and to select appointees

Consent calendar

• Acceptance of police firearms practice range landscaping completed by Sierra Landscaping Services of Valley Springs

• Acceptance of the Fiscal Year 2014 sewer replacement on Eaton Avenue completed by Sanact Inc. DBA Roto-Rooter of Livermore

• Approval of a master professional services agreement with Land Logistics Inc. of Davis and Development Services for project management and planning assistance for various projects

• Adoption of a resolution accepting placement of the Train Town USA plaque in the Tracy Transit Station

• Authorization to enter into an agreement with West Side Irrigation District for sale of wastewater

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