The Los Altos City Council is slated to discuss a wide range of undertakings, from its process to appoint a representative to a task force on school enrollment growth to the approving the scope of work on a pedestrian master plan.
The Council is also poised to act repairing approximately 1,500 curb, gutter and sidewalks through vehicle license fee funds, send a letter supporting the Packard Foundation’s application for an award at the International Greenbuild Conference and promote the city’s 60th anniversary of incorporation on billboard currently promoting the civic center plan, now on hold.
The superintendent’s task force is intended to be a broad-based group of stakeholders would assist the district in understanding the student growth and the challenges of a long-term plan to house the Bullis Charter School using current or future facilities, Superintendent Jeff Baier wrote in his letter to the council.
The council has to consider qualifications, such as being a member of the Community Center Master Plan Advisory Committee, or having expertise in commercial real estate and negotiation. The council would also have to decide on a process for appointment by Nov. 21.
Plans to seek proposals for the pedestrian master plan, was discussed at the Sept. 25 meeting, and revisions were made to include regular updates on the city’s website, and the consultant’s presence at study sessions with the Bicycle Pedestrian Advisory Committee, the Parks and Recreation Committee, and the Senior Commission, and have a study session with the City Council to present the preliminary concepts, among others.
The council will consider Mayor Val Carpenter's request to write to the Cupertino Union School District regarding the traffic impact on Montclaire School area, after bus pass fees were increased this year. It will also discuss possible agenda items for meeting with Bullis Charter School, tentatively scheduled for Oct. 30.