Minutes 1993 0907
Minutes 1993 0907
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MINUTES <br /> SAN LEANDRO CITY COUNCIL MEETING <br /> SEPTEMBER 7, 1993 <br /> The City Council of the City of San Leandro met in Regular Session in the City <br /> Council Chambers of the City Hall on the above date at 8:00 p.m. , Mayor Faria <br /> presiding. <br /> 1. CALL TO ORDER <br /> 2. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG <br /> 3. ROLL CALL <br /> PRESENT: Council Members Corbett, Kerr, Myers, Nahm, Perry, Polvorosa; <br /> Mayor Faria <br /> ABSENT: None <br /> 4. PRESENTATIONS <br /> A. Presentation of Certificates of Commendation to Out-Going Youth <br /> Advisory Commission Members David Kallan, District 1 ; Rae Hanson, <br /> District 2; Veronica Alvarez, District 3; Rosi Cardenas, District 4; <br /> Amy Uhl , District 5; Marcia Ocon, District 6; and Joe Arauzo, At Large. <br /> Kenton Jang, Commission Secretary, said this group of Commissioners was <br /> part of the original , inaugural Commission. He introduced Joe Arauzo, <br /> who served as Chair the first year and Co-Chair the second year. Mayor <br /> Faria presented a Certificate of Commendation to Commissioner Joe <br /> Arauzo. Mr. Arauzo thanked the City Council and everyone who had <br /> contributed to the Commission. He said it has worked out very well and <br /> urged the Council to continue its support. <br /> It was noted the other Commissioners would appear later in the meeting. <br /> 5. PUBLIC COMMENTS Public Comments are limited to 3 minutes per person. <br /> A. Lou Filipovich, 15376 Laverne Drive, said he was a Mayoral candidate <br /> and made a political statement in opposition to the Roberts' Landing <br /> Initiative Measure. He said he opposed the initiative's end result, <br /> not its intent. He said initiatives that become political end up <br /> applying to the individual taxpayer and said he was ready to address <br /> issues such as when government can regulate private property to protect <br /> health, safety, welfare or environment and not be liable for damage to <br /> property values, specifically to individual homeowners' property. He <br /> challenged candidates for City office in 1994 to declare their position <br /> regarding the Roberts' Landing Initiative. <br />
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