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City of San Jose
Meeting Time: May 22, 2018 at 1:30pm PDT
Closed for Comment May 22, 2018 at 12:00pm 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
18-766 See separate agenda.
Closed Session Agenda
1:30 p.m.- Regular Session, Council Chambers, City Hall
6:00 p.m.- Public Hearings, Council Chambers, City Hall
â€¢ Invocation (District 5)
â€¢ Pledge of Allegiance
â€¢ Orders of the Day
ADJOURNMENT: This meeting is adjourned in the memory of Renee Kay Horton, who passed away on January 15, 2018 at the age of 81. Renee was born in Elkhart County, Indiana into the loving family of Phyllis and Franklin Robinson. When she was 13 years old, they moved to San Mateo, California. It was here that she met her beloved husband, Robert or Bob Horton. They were married on February 21, 1959 at the historic lodge in Brookdale surrounded by Redwood trees in the Santa Cruz Mountains. This was a magical place for Renee, it served as inspiration for her life-long passion as an artist, painting beautiful watercolors. Renee and her husband Bob, made their home in San Jose and enjoyed their time together as sports car enthusiasts and car club members. Renee was a spiritual and compassionate soul who had a huge heart. She opened her home to share her love with as many as 8 rescue cats which earned her the nick name of "Kitty Mama", her sweet babies kept her happy and fulfilled. Renee also spent time working at the Phoenix Gallery following her gifted artistry as well as working at CVS making friends and building relationships everywhere she went. She was an involved member of the McLaughlin Corridor Neighborhood Association to which she served dutifully as treasurer for more than 30 years. Renee was a true gem and one of a kind who was held in the highest regard by all that knew and loved her. Her beautiful smile brightened the world and her heart was kind, empathetic, warm and understanding. May you rest in peace Renee Kay Horton.
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 Presentation of a proclamation recognizing the month of May as Foster Youth Awareness Month in the City of San JosÃ© to raise awareness and education on the needs of foster youth. (Jones)
1.2 Presentation of a proclamation recognizing May 2018 as National Bike Month in the City of San JosÃ©. (Arenas)
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