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Town of Atherton April 17 Council Meeting

Town of Atherton April 17 Council Meeting

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Town of Atherton April 17, 2013 City Council meeting with video links.
Town of Atherton April 17, 2013 City Council meeting with video links.

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 AGENDA TOWN OF ATHERTONCITY COUNCIL APRIL 17, 2013 7:00 P.M.REGULAR MEETING
 
1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
2. ROLL CALL LEWIS, DOBBIE, WIDMER, WIEST, CARLSON
3. PRESENTATIONS
 
- WEST NILE VIRUS AND MOSQUITO AND VECTOR CONTROL AWARENESS WEEKhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEPYWGJalcI#t=8m40s 
4. PUBLIC COMMENTS
 Association,including that the requirement of having 3 officers patrollingthe Town. Another member of the public spoke later in the meeting about the APOAbecause he was late to the meeting. Dobbie also made a comment in response to the APOA letter.The Mayor clarified that the Council was not consulted about the letter before itwas mailed. She said the APOA is an independent organization not under theCouncil purview. She said she was not consulted about the response postcardthat was included with the letter.Regarding the City Manager being required to live in the house in HolbrookPalmer Park, the Mayor sought to clarify a misconception. The City Attorney toldthe audience that it is unconstitutional to require an employee to reside in Town. 
5. REPORT OUT OF CLOSED SESSION
 
6. CITY MANAGER’S
EPORT
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEPYWGJalcI#t=28m18s The Mayor  noted the analysis regarding the Charter City and questioned whether  the City Charter Ad-Hoc Committee had concluded. The City Attorney said thatthe proposed Charter was 90% completed. He said he expected a draft within thenext two meetings. He said it was pretty preliminary and it would require a greatdeal of citizen involvement, including a ballot measure.
7. COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION ROUNDTABLE REPORT
 
CONSENT CALENDAR (ITEMS 8-14)
8. APPROVAL OF MARCH 13 SPECIAL MEETING, MARCH 20 REGULAR MEETING, AND APRIL 3 SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES9. APPROVAL OF BILLS AND CLAIMS FOR MARCH, 2013 IN THE AMOUNT OF$917,445

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