Council Agenda: Surland application withdrawal within Ellis project
by TP staff
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This is the preliminary agenda for the regular meeting of the Tracy City Council at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21, at City Hall, 333 Civic Center Drive. (Full agenda)

Discussion items

• Public hearing and adoption of an ordinance that adopts, by reference, the 2013 California Building Code and related codes, specifying which appendices apply to the city of Tracy; re-adopts certain existing sections of Title 9 of the Tracy Municipal Code; and adopts standards related to exterior pallet storage, radio amplification systems, automatic sprinkler systems and other emergency responder requirements

• Information regarding an application withdrawal by Surland Communities LLC

• Introduction of an ordinance adding a new Chapter 3.12, preferential parking, to the city of Tracy Municipal Code

• Discussion and direction on a council communications policy

• Second reading and adoption of city of Tracy Ordinance 1190, amending the Eastlake planned unit development to remove a 5-acre site designated for a school and creating a new planned unit development for the total 10-acre site, known as the Elissagaray Infill planned unit development. The project is on Dominique Drive between Eastlake Circle and Basque Drive (assessor’s parcel Nos. 252-50-24 and 252-260-01). The applicant and property owner is TVC Tracy Holdco LLC.

• Second reading and adoption of city of Tracy Ordinance 1191, amending Section 3.08.580 of Chapter 3.08 (traffic regulations) of Title 3 (public safety) of the Tracy Municipal Code

Consent calendar

• Adoption of a resolution of the city of Tracy consenting to inclusion of properties within the city’s jurisdiction in the California Hero Program to finance renewable energy distributed generation sources, energy and water efficiency improvements and electric vehicle charging infrastructure; and approval of an amendment to a certain, related joint powers agreement

• Authorization for the city engineer to negotiate with the San Joaquin County public works department on an agreement to construct and maintain portions of Corral Hollow Road between Parkside Drive and Linne Road

• Authorization to buy four trucks and equipment from Tracy Ford in the amount of $139,336.80
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behonestguys
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January 20, 2014
Hey, when are we gonna get the $2,000,000.00 Les said he would pay that came due last September ?
MichaelO'LoughlinSr.
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January 20, 2014
How can you think about building when we don't have water, home prices are stagnant, schools are going down hill and more crime then ever? Serious shooting up Tracy Mall? When will it stop you don't build your way out of this cut back on spending . Create Great paying jobs. The same old crap coming out of the mouths of the progressive liberal politicians. Learn from your mistakes. Time for a serious change. The people have to stop voting for the same clowns to run the city.
Wobbley
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January 21, 2014
The same old crap coming out of the mouths of the progressive liberal politicians.

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Conservative right wing politicians spew butterflies and unicorns.......
MisUnderstoood
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January 21, 2014
You three guys cannot be TRUE Republicans. When you blast politicians at least have the guts to blast them for what the problems are. And at least have the guts to get your facts right.

Whether you are a Republican or a Democrat, our City cut more spending than most other cities. Stockton went bankrupt spending money. Manteca spent more money and still has less business revenue than Tracy. And Tracy taxes are still lower here in Tracy.

Additionally, keep in mind that home prices are NOT stagnant. They are rising an average of $20k per year over the last five years and that is increasing. But that's pretty much statewide. As is education and crime issues are also statewide issues.

To blame school issues on the city of Tracy is like blaming the POTUS for the water shortage in Kalifornia. The schools were supposed to get California gambling proceeds and were supposed to have improved. We gambled our own children's future and like Pete R., we lost.

Additionally, to attempt to extort $2 million dollars out of a local business, on our communit'ies newspaper's website is clearly not a Republican way of doing business. Any real Republican would not chase local business owners away.


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