Budget: The council heard a presentation from the city manager about the proposed Fiscal Year 2012 budget. Action: None
Business Improvement District: The council approved a resolution levying assessment on the Downtown Palo Alto Business Improvement District for Fiscal Year 2012. Yes: Burt, Espinosa, Holman, Klein, Price, Scharff, Schmid Abstained: Shepherd Absent: Yeh
SummerHill: The council voted to deny an application by SummerHill Homes, Inc., for a 23-home development at 525 San Antonio Ave. Yes: Unanimous
Finance Committee (May 3)
2012 budget: The committee recommended tentative approval of proposed budgets for the offices of City Attorney, City Manager, City Auditor, City Clerk, and the Human Resource and Library departments. Yes: Unanimous
City Council budget: The committee recommended that the proposed City Council budget return to the committee with more information about salaries and benefits. Yes: Unanimous
Utilities Advisory Commission (May 4)
Water plan: The commission discussed and voted to recommend approval of the 2010 Urban Water Management Plan. Yes: Berry, Cook, Foster, Keller, Melton, Waldfogel Absent: Eglash
Planning and Transportation Commission (May 4)
Comprehensive Plan: The commission discussed the goals, policies and programs in the draft Land Use chapter of the Comprehensive Plan. Action: None
Architectural Review Board (May 5)
4301 El Camino Real: The board discussed a proposal to make changes to the design of the future hotel at the Palo Alto Bowl site and voted to continue the item to a future date. Yes: Unanimous
El Camino Park: The board discussed proposed improvements to El Camino Park, which will be implemented in conjunction with the installation of a new underground water-storage tank at the park. Action: None
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