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City of San Jose
Meeting Time: June 26, 2018 at 11:00am PDT
Closed for Comment June 26, 2018 at 9:30am PDT
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â€¢ Call to Order and Roll Call
9:00 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
Regular Session, Council Chambers, City Hall--TO BEGIN IMMEDIATELY AFTER CLOSED SESSION
18-1014 See separate agenda.
Closed Session Agenda
â€¢ Invocation (District 6)
Bryan Franzen the Pastor and Head of Staff the Rev. Dr. Bryan Franzen from the Westminster Presbyterian Church
â€¢ Pledge of Allegiance
â€¢ Orders of the Day
ADJOURNMENT: Diane Lindberg was a long time resident of San Jose and was an exemplary employee in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services for over 37 years. She began her long career of community service as a part time Volunteer Junior Recreation Leader at Alum Rock Park and other city facilities, including San Tomas Center at San Tomas Park and Starbird Community Center at Starbird Park. She graduated with a B.S. in Psychology from San Jose State University and shortly after was promoted to the position of Gerontology Specialist and subsequently to Gerontology Supervisor, where she found her passion of working for older adults. Diane spent the majority of her career working for senior programs at Alma Senior Center, San Jose Office on Aging, and at Southside Senior & Community Center. She focused heavily on providing memorable recreation programs, crucial social services, and a valuable weekday nutrition program to San Jose's older adult community. She was promoted to Community Services Supervisor and oversaw the entire San Jose Office on Aging's operations, which had once been comprised of 10 large senior centers in each council district, and included the large Retired Senior Volunteer Program. While serving thousands of senior adults throughout the city, she also worked closely with the County of Santa Clara to provide a valuable Senior Nutrition Program that provided high quality, cost efficient, nutritious meals to seniors and promoted the role of nutrition in preventative health and long term care. Diane completed her accomplished career with the City of San JosÃ© in January 2010 and retired in San Jose and spent time with those near and dear to her: her family and friends, especially her wife, Janice; and limitless in her vision and boundless in her capacity to excel in life, Diane Lindberg shall in memory ever endure as a beacon of hope for all people who believe strongly in their obligation to improve the quality of life for future generations.
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 declaring July 2018 as Parks and Rec month in the City of San JosÃ©. (Arenas)
1.2 Presentation of a commendation to Vivace Youth Chorus for making music accessible and engaging youth in the community. (Mayor)
1.3 Presentation of a commendation recognizing Evergreen Valley College for their outstanding service to San Jose students. (Arenas)
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