Council Agenda: Police department annual report
by TP staff
Mar 30, 2014 | 4965 views | 0 0 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend | print
This is the preliminary agenda for the regular meeting of the Tracy City Council at 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall, 333 Civic Center Drive.

Discussion items

• Receive an update on city manager recruitment and provide direction as to the timing of the recruitment

• Accept the Tracy Police Department’s annual report for 2013

• Receive an update on an exclusive negotiating rights agreement with WT Mitchell Group Inc. for the city-owned property located at 729-741 Central Ave. (Westside Market building)

• Accept a report on Amendment 3 of the South County Fire Authority joint exercise of powers agreement between the city of Tracy and the Tracy Rural Fire Protection District regarding supplemental fire services

Consent calendar

• Approve the final subdivision map and subdivision improvement agreement for Lyon Crossroads Unit 9

• Approve a real property purchase agreement with Chemanoor Zachariah, in family living trust, for acquisition of right-of-way for the roadway widening of 11th Street west of MacArthur Drive

• Approve Amendment 1 to the professional services agreement between the city of Tracy and HF&H Consultants LLC and approve a funding allocation

• Authorize the products and services agreement with The Active Network Inc. of San Diego to provide implementation and support for a facility reservation solution

• Approve task order CH01-16 to agreement CH01 with CH2M Hill for the additional design and permitting services for Corral Hollow Road sewer and water system upgrade

• Adopt a resolution approving an employment agreement between Maria Hurtado and the city of Tracy to serve as interim city manager

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