Business tax: The council discussed the parameters of the proposed business tax and projects that would be funded by tax revenue. The council voted to continue the discussion on April 25. Yes: Burt, DuBois, Kou, Stone, Tanaka No: Cormack, Filseth
Board of Education (April 19)
Mental health: The board voted to formally approve a plan to move towards an in-house model of mental health care in the school district, rather than relying primarily on outside contractors. Yes: Collins, Dharap, DiBrienza, Ladomirak Absent: Dauber
Budget assumptions: The board approved 2022-2023 budget assumptions, which will be incorporated into the budget that the district is preparing for next school year. Yes: Collins, Dharap, DiBrienza, Ladomirak Absent: Dauber
Council Finance Committee (April 19)
Utilities: The committee heard and approved the Utilities Department's economic forecasts for the wastewater, water, gas and electric utilities. Yes: Unanimous
Council Rail Committee (April 20)
Rail: The committee recommended approving an amendment to the AECOM contract for work on grade separation and authorized the city manager to execute an additional task related to a four-track analysis. Yes: Unanimous
Planning and Transportation Commission (April 20)
Castilleja: The commission recommended capping Castilleja School's enrollment increase at 450 students and reducing the number of special events the school would be allowed to have to 50 per year along with five major events. Yes: Chang, Lauing, Summa
No: Hechtman, Templeton
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