PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

CITIZENS FORUM

CONSENT CALENDAR

PUBLIC HEARINGS

MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION

COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS AND MATTERS INITIATED BY CITY MANAGER, CITY ATTORNEY, STAFF AND COUNCILMEMBERS

ADJOURNMENT

June 22, 2015

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REGULAR MEETING

1. CALL TO ORDER -The meeting of the City Council was called to order by Mayor John Marchand at 7:05 pm, in the City Council Chambers, 3575 Pacific Avenue, Livermore, California.

1.01 ROLL CALL - Present: Mayor John Marchand, Vice Mayor Laureen Turner, and Council Members Stewart Gary, Steven Spedowfski, and Bob Woerner.

1.02 PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

2. PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

2.01 Presentation of the 2015 High School Senior Art Awards.

Mayor Marchand presented awards to the recipients of the 2015 High School Senior Arts Awards.

3. CITIZENS FORUM

Jeff Kaskey, Livermore, spoke regarding the rezoning of the Sunset Development property located at Concannon Boulevard and Holmes Street.

Marcus Savage, Ygrene Energy Fund, spoke regarding PACE (property assessed clean energy) services offered by Ygrene.

Michael Ferrucci, Livermore, requested a variance to complete the construction of a new fence on his residential property.

Eric Getz, Livermore, representing the Beautification Committee, said the Committee was accepting applications for the annual appearance awards. He said the categories had been modified to reflect the move to more water-wise landscaping.

Mayor Marchand said the Beautification Committee was also sponsoring the Graffiti Fighters program.

Stephanie Tyler, Livermore, said the sidewalks on El Caminito were in serious need of repair and were dangerous to walk on.

Don Meeker, Livermore, spoke regarding the Livermore Shakespeare Festival to be held at Wente Winery.

John Stein, Livermore, spoke regarding the Citys i-GATE program and the lack of available small business office space.

Clark Streeter, Livermore, said the suggested visitors center at the Bankhead might be a good idea; however, the canopy at the Plaza would be a very expensive solution for a limited need.

Connie Kopps, Livermore, suggested a city-wide weed pulling contest and suggested cancelling the fireworks due to fire danger.

4. CONSENT CALENDAR

Mayor Marchand removed Item 4.04 from the Consent Calendar for separate discussion and vote.

Item 4.03 Mayor Marchand said Livermore was already leading the State in this area.

ON THE MOTION OF CM SPEDOWFSKI, SECONDED BY CM WOERNER, AND CARRIED ON A 5-0 VOTE, THE CITY COUNCIL APPROVED THE CONSENT CALENDAR, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF ITEM 4.04, REMOVED FOR SEPARATE DISCUSSION AND ACTION.

4.01 Approval of Minutes - June 1, 2015, special City Council meeting budget workshop, and June 8, 2015, regular City Council/Livermore Successor Agency meeting.

4.02 Adoption of Ordinance 2025 levying special tax within Improvement Area No. 1 of Community Facilities District No. 2009-1 (El Charro), including certain annexation territory.

4.03 Introduction of an ordinance adding Chapter 15.36, Small Residential Rooftop Solar System Expedited Permitting, to the Municipal Code relating to expedited permitting procedures for small residential rooftop solar systems.

4.04 Resolutions approving Fiscal Years 2015-2017 Financial Plan and Fiscal Years 2015-2017 Capital Improvement Plan.

This item was considered after the adoption of the Consent Calendar.

4.05 Resolution 2015-076 establishing Appropriations Limit for Fiscal Year 2015-2016.

4.06 Resolution 2015-077 authorizing issuance of a purchase request to Polydyne Inc., in an amount not to exceed $170,000, for the purchase of dewatering polymer for use at the Water Reclamation Plant.

4.07 Resolution 2015-078 authorizing execution of an agreement with BSK Associates, in an amount not to exceed $1,200,000, to provide on-call geotechnical engineering and material testing consulting services for a period of two years with two one-year extension options.

4.08 Resolution 2015-079 authorizing execution of an agreement with RGW Construction, Inc., in the amount of $1,974,679, for construction of the 2014 Annual Sewer Replacement, Bear Creek Storm Drain Protection, and Miscellaneous Storm Drain and Culvert Repair Project.

4.09 Resolution 2015-080 authorizing execution of a five year renewal agreement with CompuCom Systems, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $710,000, for the City's Microsoft Software Licensing Enterprise.

4.10 Resolution 2015-081 authorizing execution of a three-year agreement with Innovative Claims Solutions, in a total amount not to exceed $289,746 for third-party administration of the Citys self-insured workers compensation program.

4.11 Resolution 2015-082 authorizing the issuance of a purchase order to Baker & Taylor Books, in an amount not to exceed $200,000, for the purchase of books and other circulation materials for Fiscal Year 2015-2016.

4.04 Resolutions approving Fiscal Years 2015-2017 Financial Plan and Fiscal Years 2015-2017 Capital Improvement Plan.

Mayor Marchand invited public comment.

Denise Leddon spoke in support of a visitors center in the Bankhead Theater lobby and a canopy at Shea Plaza.

Lee Younker, Livermore, spoke in support of a visitors center in the Bankhead Theater lobby, a canopy at Shea Plaza, and a town hall to be incorporated into another project located in the downtown.

Jean Shuler, Livermore, spoke in support of a visitors center in the Bankhead Theater lobby, a canopy at Shea Plaza, and a hotel/conference center in the downtown.

Jeff Kaskey, Livermore, said the proposed council chamber building should be designed to accommodate mid-sized performances, include a meeting space, and be located in the downtown.

Tania Selden read a letter from Mony Nop supporting a new council chamber facility to be located in the downtown.

Andrew Barker, Livermore, said the new parking garage was an unnecessary expense and unfair to businesses outside of the downtown and renters. He said the property should be used for housing.

Dave Ackerman, San Francisco Premium Outlets, spoke regarding the benefits a visitors center would provide by attracting shoppers from outlets. He also spoke in support of a canopy at the Shea Plaza.

Lynn Seppala, Livermore, spoke in support of the visitors center at the Bankhead Theater and a canopy at Shea Plaza.

Jean King, Livermore, Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center, requested funding from the City to assist with the proposed visitors center and canopy. She offered a personal loan for the Citys share provided the City committed to the funds over a four-year period.

Scott Kenison, Executive Director, Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center, requested a financial commitment for the visitors center and canopy so construction could begin immediately.

Lisa Tromovitch, Livermore Shakes, spoke regarding incorporating a 150-seat theater space into the proposed new council chambers that should be located in the downtown.

Sally Dunlop, Livermore, spoke regarding the Cantabella Childrens Chorus and in support of a visitors center at the Bankhead Theater and a canopy at the plaza. Kelly Cousins, Pleasanton, spoke in support of a visitors center at the Bankhead Theater and a canopy at Shea Plaza.

Richard Ryon, Livermore, spoke in support of a visitors center at the Bankhead Theater and a canopy at Shea Plaza.

There were no more speakers.

In response to questions by Mayor Marchand, Community and Economic Development Director Stephan Kiefer said a portion of the funding options for the new parking structure could be an assessment of the existing businesses and property owners in the downtown. He confirmed that temporary businesses, such as the Farmers Market, did not pay a parking assessment. He said some of the housing funds collected would be used to pay for either some affordable housing on that site or others throughout the community. He said an affordable housing project was just about to begin at the Chestnut and P Street location.

In response to questions by Mayor Marchand, City Manager Marc Roberts said there had not been a detailed discussion on the ownership or maintenance responsibilities for the requested canopy. He said the Commission for the Arts would submit an application for the canopy and make the determination whether the canopy was art, and a recommendation would be submitted to the Council for decisions regarding ownership, maintenance, and operation. In response to questions regarding a replacement facility for the council chambers, Mr. Roberts said staff and other organizations used the chambers eighty percent of the time and there were presently no other locations available at the Civic Center campus for that use. He said the new facility would be flexible for multiple uses; however, moving the facility to downtown would be inefficient for routine staff use, and community uses that require staff support.

CM Woerner said he would like a list of the current users of the chambers before the process moved forward.

In response to questions by CM Woerner, Mr. Roberts said it was not necessary for the requested visitors center and canopy to be listed as line items in the financial plan. He said staff was developing a policy for Council review and adoption that governed the use of the host community impact fees (HCIF) that were currently used to pay the lease payment of the Bankhead certificate of participation (COP). He said it would be possible to make a contingent funding commitment although doing so would not be the Citys normal order of business. He said expediting the request would not allow for community input or involvement. He said the question was if the community ultimately wanted to own and spend resources on those items, followed by an application to the Commission for the Arts to determine eligibility, location and priority, and a presentation to the Council for final determination of the expense of a half-million dollars. He said to be cautious, staff recommended the Council have the application move through the process before substantial funds were committed.

VM Turner said she was waiting for the HCIF policy to be presented for review and approval prior to making any decisions on the requested project. She said when the Council decided to purchase the theater, it was agreed not to use general fund monies for the project. She said she was not in favor of moving forward until a policy was in place.

CM Gary said he supported the comments made by CM Woerner and VM Turner. He said the request was submitted late in the budget process and that if any other group had submitted a similar request, it would have been rejected. He said this request was inappropriate to the budget balancing process and the project needed real design input work. He said there wasnt a design competition to come up with the right shade structure for that public space at a feasible expense. He said the process needed to be followed to receive non-budgeted requests.

IT WAS MOVED BY CM GARY TO ADOPT THE RESOLUTIONS APPROVING THE FISCAL YEARS 2015-2017 FINANCIAL PLAN AND FISCAL YEARS 2015-2017 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN.

In response to questions by CM Spedowfski, Mr. Roberts said the Carnegie Park Bandstand was a gift to the City by the Rotary Foundation. The City agreed to maintain the bandstand in perpetuity with assistance from the Rotary Clubs. He said that project went through an appropriate review and the approval process had taken several years.

CM Spedowfski said while he was supportive of the project, local government did not work so fast that it would allow for construction to begin July 2015.

THE MOTION WAS SECONDED BY VM TURNER AND CARRIED ON A 5-0 VOTE; THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS:

Resolution 2015-083 approving Fiscal Years 2015-2017 Financial Plan.

Resolution 2015-084 approving Fiscal Years 2015-2017 Capital Improvement Plan.

5. PUBLIC HEARINGS

5.01 Hearing to confirm the annual levy of assessments for the City's Landscape Maintenance Districts, and adoption of the Engineer's Report for Fiscal Year 2015-2016.

Recommendation: Staff recommended the City Council adopt a resolution confirming the annual levy of assessments for the Citys Landscape Maintenance Districts, adopting the Engineers Report for Fiscal Year 2015-2016 and all related actions.

Management Analyst Anthony Smith presented the staff report.

Mayor Marchand opened the public hearing.

There were no speakers and the hearing was closed.

In response to questions by Mayor Marchand, Mr. Smith confirmed that assessments in twelve districts would decrease.

ON THE MOTION OF VM TURNER, SECONDED BY CM SPEDOWFSKI AND CARRIED ON A 5-0 VOTE, THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION:

Resolution 2015-085 adopting the Engineers Report, confirming the annual levy of assessments for Landscape Maintenance Districts for Fiscal Year 2015-16, and direction actions with respect thereto.

5.02 Hearing to consider a request to subdivide an existing 3.27 acre parcel into two parcels, authorize a Development Code Amendment to establish Planned Development zoning standards, and authorize construction of a new childcare facility on one of the newly created parcels. The project includes associated parking lot, landscape, and street frontage improvements.

Location: 3255 Las Positas Road
Applicant: John Finnemore, Primrose Schools
On-site and off-site public improvements: Public utility connections and street frontage improvements, including sidewalks, median, and intersection improvements on Las Positas Road
Site Area: 3.27 acres
Zoning: Planned Development (PD)
General Plan: Community Serving General Commercial (CSGC)
Historic Status: None
CEQA: A Mitigated Negative Declaration under the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) will be considered.
Application Numbers: Tentative Parcel Map 10217 (SUB14-001), Development Code Amendment (DCA) 14-003, Planned Development (PD) Commercial 14-002, and Site Plan Design Review (SPDR) 14-001

Recommendation: The Planning Commission and staff recommended the City Council adopt a resolution certifying the environmental document, and adopt a resolution approving Tentative Parcel Map 10217 (SUB 14-001) and Site Plan Design Review (SPDR 14-001), and introduce an ordinance approving Development Code Amendment (DCA 14-003) and establishing Planned Development Commercial (PD C 14 002).

Assistant Planner Andy Ross presented the staff report.

John Finnemore, applicant, presented an overview of the project.

In response to questions by VM Turner, Mr. Finnemore said there would not be drop-off locations on Las Positas Road.

In response to questions by CM Gary, Community and Economic Development Director Stephan Kiefer confirmed there was a code requirement for a walkway from the sidewalk to the facility to provide public accessibility from the right-of-way and the bus stop. City Manager Marc Roberts said the walkway would prevent a pedestrian from having to walk on the driveway and interfere with cars.

CM Gary said he would prefer the pedestrian access to have one entry point and not be split between the driveway or at the signal/crosswalk. He preferred the access points be bundled.

CM Spedowfski referred to the Planning Commission discussion in 2014 that addressed the procedures related to having room to recapture an errant child.

Mr. Finnemore said Primrose School required parents to park their cars and bring their children into the facility to sign them in. He said parents took their children to the individual classrooms; with no parking on Las Positas, all drop-off would occur in the parking lot. He said there would be an enhanced crosswalk at the connection to the road and there was an ADA requirement to have a connection to the public walk.

Mr. Roberts said all of the business along Las Positas had a connection to the main sidewalk and there had not been any issues.

In response to questions by CM Gary, Mr. Ross said there was turf proposed as part of the playground areas. Mr. Roberts said the majority of area was surrounded by shrubs and the school would have to meet their water budget.

Mayor Marchand opened the public hearing.

Tania Selden, Livermore, said there has been a den of non-native red foxes on the hill behind the project site since 2012. She requested the construction of the childcare facility not commence until the red foxes were not using their den most heavily. She said denning season was from March through June.

John Stein, Livermore, expressed concern that the height of the cupola was over the limit of thirty feet.

There were no other speakers and the hearing was closed.

In response to questions by Mayor Marchand, Mr. Ross stated the building height was twenty-three feet. He said construction was proposed to begin in fall 2015 and was expected to take six months. Construction was anticipated to be completed by March when denning would begin.

Mayor Marchand said this was a great use for the site.

ON THE MOTION OF VM TURNER, SECONDED BY CM WOERNER AND CARRIED ON A 5-0 VOTE, THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS AND INTRODUCED THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE:

Resolution 2015-086 adopting a Mitigated Negative Declaration and certifying the environmental document. Tentative Parcel Map 10217 (SUB 14-001), Development Code Amendment (DCA) 14-003 (Planned Development Commercial (PD-C) 14-002), Site Plan Design Review (SPDR) 14-001. (Primrose)

Resolution 2015-087 approving Vesting Tentative Parcel Map 10217 (SUB14-001), and Site Plan Design Review (SPDR) 14-001. (Primrose)

Ordinance introduced establishing the zoning standards for Planned Development - Commercial 14-002 (Development Code Amendment 14-003). Location: 3255 Las Positas Road.

6. MATTERS FOR CONSIDERATION

6.01 Discussion and direction regarding City Council appointments to Intergovernmental Agencies. None.

6.02 Appointment of Council Members to the City Council Subcommittee to conduct Advisory Body interviews from July 1 through December 31, 2015, including the Livermore Area Youth Advisory Commission.

Recommendation: Staff recommended appointment of two Council Members to serve on the City Council Subcommittee for Advisory Bodies.

Mayor Marchand and CM Gary were appointed to the City Council Subcommittee for Advisory Bodies.

6.03 Discussion and direction regarding execution of an agreement with Colliers International, in an amount not to exceed $430,000, for development of a Request for Proposal and Marketing Agreement for the Livermore Village Site and Hotel Site.

Recommendation: Staff recommended the City Council adopt the resolution.

Principal Planner Steve Stewart and Community and Economic Development Director Stephan Kiefer presented the staff report.

In response to questions by VM Turner, Mr. Kiefer said the hotel study should be completed in the next two weeks.

In response to questions by CM Woerner, Mr. Stewart said the Downtown Specific Plan contained a vision for the sites but the idea was to be flexible in order to accommodate the size and scale that might come from a unique and innovative development proposal. Mr. Roberts said the request for proposal would be presented to the City Council for review and approval.

In response to questions by CM Spedowfski, City Attorney Jason Alcala confirmed there were three parcels: one owned by the City and the other two owned by the Livermore Successor Agency.

In response to questions by CM Spedowfski, Mr. Kiefer said the request for proposal language would allow for maximum flexibility.

CM Gary said he wanted to make certain that surrounding parcel owners would be given an opportunity to participate in the development of the project if so desired.

Mayor Marchand invited public comment.

Jeff Kaskey, Livermore, spoke in support of including a medium sized conference space in the project.

John Stein, Livermore, spoke in support of a hotel with meeting rooms in association with the Bankhead Theater and said the parking garage needed to be completed before the hotel project.

Don Meeker, Livermore, spoke in support of a community space to be used for several uses including a fine art gallery and a space for youth.

Dave Ackerman, San Francisco Premium Outlets, spoke regarding maximizing flexibility in the request for proposal to be inclusive and comprehensive.

Heather McGrail Lorier, Livermore, McGrail Winery, spoke regarding the need for a full-service luxury hotel with conference, event, and entertainment facilities to provide accommodations for visitors to the wine country.

Steven Ziganti, Livermore, 3 Steves Winery, spoke regarding the need for a full-service luxury hotel in the downtown to provide accommodations for visitors to the wine country.

Jim Perry, Livermore, Eagle Ridge Winery, said the hotel needed to be downtown located close to restaurants.

Jean King, Livermore, Livermore Valley Performing Arts Center, said the request for proposal should include a conference center and a quality, full-service, four-star hotel.

Lee Younker, Livermore, spoke in support of a luxury hotel and conference center in the downtown.

Jean Shuler, Livermore, spoke in support of a luxury hotel and conference center in the downtown.

Richard Ryon, Livermore, said signing the contract with Colliers was premature and there should be community workshops to let residents decide what they wanted in the downtown.

William Dunlop, Livermore, spoke regarding the need for a hotel and conference center in Livermore.

In response to questions by CM Woerner, Mr. Kiefer said the City Council was being asked to approve a contract to develop a RFP which would contain a lot of flexibility. He said the contract with Colliers would develop the RFP for nationwide circulation. Mr. Alcala said the contract in the packet was in draft format; the Council could direct the expansion of the scope to make it broader.

CM Gary said it had been a long-standing desire to have a hotel in the downtown but the City was not a hotel builder, owner, or operator. He said the timing for the project was perfect and would be very important in completing the downtown core. He said the decision was too important to delegate to a task force, board, or commission. He suggested the final selection process be conducted by the entire Council at a public meeting; after that, the project could be parsed out to the appropriate boards and commissions.

In response to questions by CM Spedowfski, Mr. Stewart said Council would be reviewing and approving multiple agreements, selecting the top finalists, and coordinating with Livermore Downtown Inc. He said there would be numerous opportunities for the public to offer comments and input along the way. Mr. Roberts added there would be a series of detailed land use projects for Council consideration along the way. He said with regards to timing, staff intended to coordinate the construction of the parking structure along with the development of the site.

Mayor Marchand suggested the facility be titled Multi-Use Civic Community Facility and not Council Chambers. He said now was the time to move forward on the project.

Mr. Roberts confirmed Council direction for a comprehensive look at City parcels, to include surrounding and willing parcel owners in the opportunity to participate in the project, to make explicitly clear the desire for a hotel/conference center on any of the city owned parcels, and that there would be a single RFP.

ON THE MOTION OF CM GARY, WHICH INCLUDED THE DIRECTION AS RECAPPED ABOVE, SECONDED BY CM WOERNER AND CARRIED ON A 5-0 VOTE, THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION:

Resolution 2015-088 authorizing the City Manager to execute an agreement with Colliers International for the marketing and sale of the Livermore Village and hotel sites.

6.04 Resolution adopting the Other Post-Employment Benefits Policy.

Recommendation: Staff recommended the City Council adopt the resolution.

Administrative Services Director Douglas Alessio presented the staff report.

In response to questions by CM Woerner, City Manager Marc Roberts said staff recommended the OPEB policy be adopted by resolution as was standard for policy matters. Should the policy be adopted by ballot measure, any future changes or updates would require another ballot measure. He said adoption by resolution was the most appropriate approval process and the Council would reach its goal.

Mayor Marchand invited public comment.

John Stein, Livermore, said this was a very good policy although he was concerned about the investment strategy.

There were no more speakers.

ON THE MOTION OF CM WOERNER, SECONDED BY CM SPEDOWFSKI AND CARRIED ON A 5-0 VOTE, THE CITY COUNCIL ADOPTED THE FOLLOWING RESOLUTION:

Resolution 2015-089 approving an Other Post Employment Benefits Policy.

6.05 Discussion and direction regarding pending State or Federal legislation. None.

7. COUNCIL COMMITTEE REPORTS AND MATTERS INITIATED BY CITY MANAGER, CITY ATTORNEY, STAFF AND COUNCIL MEMBERS

7.01 Council Committee Reports and Matters Initiated by City Manager, City Attorney, Staff, and Council Members.

Tri-Valley Transportation Council (TVTC) CM Spedowfski said on June 12, 2015, he attended the Finance Subcommittee where liability insurance was discussed.

97th Annual Livermore Rodeo Parade CM Spedowfski said he participated in the parade on June 13, 2015.

East Bay Community Choice Energy Committee CM Spedowfski said on June 18, 2015, he participated on the committee to review a Request for Proposal for technical consultants. He said there would be a technical study regarding providing energy to Alameda County and east bay communities through a joint powers agreement formed by the participating communities, noting that all startup costs were funded by the County.

Wheels CM Spedowfski said on June 22, 2015, he attended the Project and Services Committee where there was discussion regarding route efficiencies and an upcoming comprehensive operations analysis.

Livermore Downtown Inc. CM Gary said on June 16, 2015, he attended the monthly board meeting. He encouraged the community to support the downtown Fourth of July celebration in a safe manner.

Historic Fence Replacement In response to questions made during Citizens Forum, the City Council requested staff prepare a memorandum to provide background information regarding the historic fence and the Citys framework for nonconforming issues. CM Gary requested that if the fence could not be replaced, the item be brought back to the City Council at the next meeting to consider alternatives.

Sidewalk Repair Program In response to comments made during Citizens Forum regarding sidewalk repair, the City Council directed staff to work with the resident and her neighbors to understand the Sidewalk Repair Program process. CM Woerner said if the sidewalk in question was not a priority, there must be some really bad areas and asked which areas were ahead of that location.

Sunset Crossing CM Woerner requested clarification in future communications with the Council regarding open space, whether the City had rights in the area, and whether the City was getting full value for those rights, particularly if opportunities for incubator space would be lost.

City Advisory Bodies VM Turner spoke regarding a neighborhood preservation issue in her neighborhood and expressed concerns that City advisory bodies may not be receiving clear guidance regarding their boundaries.

National American Water Works Association Conference Mayor Marchand said on June 9, 2015, he spoke regarding the differences between being a policy maker and implementing policies.

Livermore Police Department Swearing In Ceremony Mayor Marchand said on June 10, 2015, he attended the swearing in ceremony for six new Police Department members.

National Day of Russian Federation Mayor Marchand said on June 10, 2015, he met with Consul General Sergey Petrov in recognition of the collaboration between the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and the Flerov Institute in Dubna.

Homelessness Conference Mayor Marchand said on June 11, 2015, he attended the conference with HUD and the United States Interagency Council on Homelessness where there was discussion regarding some of the partnerships in Livermore and the Tri-Valley.

97th Annual Livermore Rodeo Parade Mayor Marchand said he participated in the parade on June 13, 2015.

U.S. Conference of Mayors Mayor Marchand said he attended the conference June 19 through June 22, 2015, held in San Francisco. He said there was a presentation from President Barack Obama, along with conversations regarding the programs in Livermore, at the laboratories, and some of the best practices shared amongst the cities.

State of the City Address Mayor Marchand said on June 25, 2015, he would host the State of the City Address.

Centennial Light Bulb Celebration Mayor Marchand said on June 27, 2015, there would be a community celebration at Fire Station No. 6 in honor of the bulbs millionth hour of operation.

8. ADJOURNMENT - at 10:19 pm to a special City Council meeting on July 13, 2015, at 6:00 pm in the Multi-Service Center, 3311 Pacific Avenue; followed by a regular City Council meeting on Monday, July 13, 2015, at 7:00 pm, Council Chambers, 3575 Pacific Avenue, Livermore.

APPROVED:
JOHN P. MARCHAND, MAYOR

ATTEST:
SUSAN NEER, CITY CLERK