Board of Education (May 24)
Evaluations: In closed session, the board gave "satisfactory" performance evaluations to a series of administrators, including Superintendent Don Austin.
Construction: The board unanimously awarded contracts to build a temporary administrative facility at Palo Alto and Gunn high schools, as well as a multi-purpose room and classroom buildings at Palo Verde Elementary School. Yes: Unanimous
Educators: The board unanimously approved a procedural "declaration of need for fully qualified educators" covering next school year. The declaration allows the district to request limited assignment and emergency permits for teachers, if needed. Yes: Unanimous
Council Finance Committee (May 24)
Budget: The committee concluded its review of the fiscal 2023 budget and recommended adoption of the operating and capital budgets and the 2023-2027 capital improvement plan. Yes: Unanimous
Parks and Recreation Commission (May 24)
Bayland: The commission discussed the city's new Baylands Comprehensive Conservation Plan. Action: None
Planning and Transportation Commission (May 25)
2850 West Bayshore: The commission recommended approving the vesting tentative map for 2850 W. Bayshore Road, which would allow SummerHill Homes to build 48 condominiums on the site. Yes: Chang, Hechtman, Lauing, Reckdahl, Roohparvar, Summa Absent: Templeton
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