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News - May 31, 2019

City View

A round-up of Palo Alto government action this week

City Council

The council did not meet this week.

Council Finance Committee (May 28)

Budget: The committee concluded its review of the proposed fiscal year 2020 budget and voted to recommend that the full council approve the budget. Yes: Unanimous

Board of Education (May 28)

Chief business officer: The board waived its two-meeting rule and approved an employment contract with a new chief business officer, Carolyn Chow. Yes: Unanimous

June 18 meeting: The board added June 18, 2019, as a regular board meeting. Yes: Unanimous

CSEA agreement: The board approved a three-year contract with the California School Employees Association (CSEA). Yes: Unanimous

CSEA reopeners: The board approved topics to reopen in negotiations with the California School Employees Association (CSEA). Yes: Unanimous

PAEA reopeners: The board approved topics to reopen in negotiations with the Palo Alto Educators Association (PAEA). Yes: Unanimous

Equity: The board discussed the "equity and excellence" section of the draft district-wide plan, the PAUSD Promise. Action: None

Parks and Recreation Commission Committee (May 28)

Baylands: The commission heard an update on the Baylands Conservation and Development Plan. Action: None

Cubberley: The commission heard an update on the Cubberley Community Center master plan process and voted to support a memo urging the council not to build any housing on city land at Cubberley. Yes: Cribbs, Greenfield, LaMere, Moss, Reckdahl No: McCauley Absent: McDougall

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