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City of San Jose
Meeting Time: February 12, 2019 at 1:16pm PST
Closed for Comment February 12, 2019 at 11:16am PST
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2.11 18-1895 Retroactive Approval of Coffee Hour Sponsored by Council District 8 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.
2.12 18-1917 Approval of Day in the Park Fall Family Festival Sponsored by Council District 8 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.
2.13 18-1918 Amended Approval of the Senior Winter Walk and Resource Fair Sponsored by Council District 10, 9, and 2 as a City Council Sponsored Special Event to Expend City Funds and Accept Donations of Materials and Services for the Event.
2.14 18-1920 Naming of 28th Street San José BART Station.
2.15 18-1922 Actions Related to the Federal Worker Loan Assistance Program at the Airport.
3. STRATEGIC SUPPORT
3.1 Report of the City Manager, David Sykes (Verbal Report)
3.2 Labor Negotiations Update.
3.3 18-1878 Approval of the 2018- 2019 Mid-Year Budget Review Report.
Mid-Year Budget Review Report
3.4 18-1880 Status Report on Measure T - Disaster Preparedness, Public Safety and Infrastructure Bond.
Supplemental Memorandum, 2/8/2019
Memo from Liccardo, Peralez, Diep, Davis, Khamis, 2/8/19
Replacement Memo from Jimenez, 2/12/2019
Letters from the Public - Part 1
Letters from the Public - Part 2
Letters from the Public - Part 3
3.5 18-1879 Actions Related to the Donor Advised Governance Structure Proposed for the San José Digital Inclusion Fund.
Digital Inclusion Strategy Report
Dalberg Report on Bridging the Digital Divide in San Jose
CETF Decade Report
Memo from Liccardo, Carrasco, Davis, Arenas, Peralez, 2/8/19
4. COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
4.1 18-1881 Substantial Amendment to the Fiscal Year 2017-2018 Annual Action Plan.
4.2 18-1882 Report on the Feasibility of Deferring Both the Business License Tax and Residential Occupancy and Apartment Rent Ordinance Fees Paid by Landlords Impacted by the Federal Shutdown Tenant Eviction Moratorium.
5. NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
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