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File #: 21-2220    Version: 1
Type: Strategic Support Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/4/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/19/2021 Final action:
Title: Actions Related to the 9821 - SJC Guadalupe Gardens Fencing Project and Temporary Closure of Spring Street and Asbury Streets.
Attachments: 1. Replacement Memorandum, 9/24/2021, 2. Supplemental Memorandum, 10/15/2021, 3. Memorandum from Mayor, Jones, Peralez & Cohen, 10/15/2021, 4. (a) Resolution, 5. (c) Resolution, 6. Presentation, 9/28/2021 - est. 5 minutes, 7. Presentation, 10/19/2021 - est. 10 minutes, 8. Letters from the Public
...Title
Actions Related to the 9821 - SJC Guadalupe Gardens Fencing Project and Temporary Closure of Spring Street and Asbury Streets.
...Recommendations
(a) Adopt a resolution delegating authority to the Director of Public Works to award the construction contract for the 9821 - SJC Guadalupe Gardens Fencing Project, pursuant to City Charter Section 1217(h), in an amount not greater than $1,500,000.
(b) Conduct a public hearing on the proposed temporary closure of Spring Street between Hedding Street and Asbury Street, and Asbury Street between Walnut Street and Irene Street, and Irene Street between Taylor Street and Asbury Street.
(c) Adopt a resolution to temporarily close Spring Street between Hedding Street and Asbury Street, and Asbury Street between Walnut Street and Irene Street, and Irene Street between Taylor Street and Asbury Street.
(d) Adopt the following 2021-2022 Appropriation Ordinance Amendments in the Airport Renewal and Replacement Fund:
(1) Decrease the Ending Fund Balance in the amount of $700,000; and
(2) Increase the Guadalupe Gardens Fencing appropriation in the amount of $700,000.
(e) Direct the City Manager to:
(1) Near term (next two months): Continue trash/debris removal and abatements as previously proposed; install k-rail or other suitable barriers to prevent vehicles from entering abated areas and to deter illegal dumping; close Spring Street to allow additional RV/vehicle parking through the end of Phase III abatements; and provide daily police presence and security patrols to prevent re-encampment of abated areas.
(2) Medium term (next 2-8 months): Engage surrounding community and stakeholders, and recommend to Council temporary recreational uses of the site to activate cleared areas; and identify funding sources.
(3) Long term (6-18 months): Engage surrounding community and stakeholders to identify permanent compatible public uses and identify funding sources.
CEQA: Categorical Exemption, CEQA guidelines Section 15303(e...

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