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City of San Jose
Meeting Time: May 01, 2018 at 1:20pm PDT
Closed for Comment May 01, 2018 at 11:50am PDT
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â€¢ Call to Order and Roll Call
9:30 a.m.- Closed Session, Call to Order in Council Chambers Open Session, Labor Negotiations Update (See Item 3.2) Adjourn to Closed Session in Council Chambers Conference Room, W133 See Separate Agenda
18-653 See separate agenda.
Closed Session Agenda
1:30 p.m.- Regular Session, Council Chambers, City Hall
â€¢ Invocation (District 5)
Juan Manuel CalderÃ³n Jaimes, Consul General of Mexico in San JosÃ©, California
â€¢ Pledge of Allegiance
â€¢ Orders of the Day
ADJOURNMENT: This meeting is adjourned in the memory of San Jose Fire Department Chaplain - Father William John Stout, who passed away on March 14, 2018 at the age of 85. Father Stout was born in San JosÃ© on January 27, 1933 and attended St. Mary's School and Bellarmine College Preparatory School. He earned degrees from Gonzaga University and Santa Clara University, and was ordained a priest in San Francisco in 1964. Father Stout's contributions in and beyond the City of San JosÃ© are immeasurable. As a high school teacher, he taught chemistry, earth science, physics, mathematics; including years at Bellarmine College Prepatory School and William C. Overfelt High School. He served the parishioners of Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish in Alviso, and recently, Our Lady of Peace Church in Santa Clara. In chaplaincy, he assisted at Agnews State Hospital, Valley Medical Center, and extended his generosity, guidance, and comfort to the San JosÃ© Fire Department for 45 years. Father Stout established the Annual Firefighter Memorial Mass to mark the contributions of firefighters who passed each year. Father Stout often shared the story of St. Florian, the Patron Saint of Firefighters, who suffered death for his faith and is invoked as a powerful protector in danger from fire or water. St. Florian's Day is May 4, and this week the San JosÃ© Fire Department will miss their annual visit and cake from their beloved Father Stout.
Items recommended to be added, dropped, or deferred are usually approved under Orders of the Day unless the Council directs otherwise.
â€¢ Closed Session Report
1. CEREMONIAL ITEMS
1.1 18-472 Presentation of a proclamation declaring the month of May as "Building Safety Month" in the City of San JosÃ©. (Davis)
1.2 18-593 Presentation of a proclamation recognizing May as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, to recognize the achievements of San JosÃ©'s Asian American and Pacific Islander community, who make up over 30% of San JosÃ©'s population, and for their contributions to the City. (Diep/Jones)
1.3 18-625 Presentation of a commendation for Consul for the Day. (Carrasco)
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