Downtown Parking Reduction / Traffic Calming Special Meeting Wed June 24th

South San Francisco, CA   June 20, 2020  Submitted by the City of South San Francisco

 

Report regarding a resolution awarding a construction contract to Burch Construction Company of San Francisco, California for the Linden Avenue Phase I Traffic Calming Improvements Project (No. st1601) in an amount not to exceed $605,980.00 and authorizing a total construction budget of $908,970.00. (Angel Torres, Senior Civil Engineer)

Special City Council Meeting

  • Date: 06/24/2020 6:30 PM – 7:00 PM

TELECONFERENCE MEETING NOTICE

 

 

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THIS MEETING WILL BE CONDUCTED PURSUANT TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDERS N-25-20 AND N-29-20 ALLOWING FOR DEVIATION OF TELECONFERENCE RULES REQUIRED BY THE BROWN ACT & PURSUANT TO THE ORDER OF THE HEALTH OFFICER OF SAN MATEO COUNTY DATED MARCH 31, 2020 AS THIS MEETING IS NECESSARY SO THAT THE CITY CAN CONDUCT NECESSARY BUSINESS AND IS PERMITTED UNDER THE ORDER AS AN ESSENTIAL GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTION.

Members of the public wishing to participate are encouraged to submit public comments in writing iadvance of the meeting by 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 24th. State law prevents Council from taking action on any matter not on the agenda; your comments may be referred to staff for follow up.
Emails received before the meeting start time will be emailed to the City Council, posted on the City’s website and will become part of the public record for that meeting. The email and phone line below will be monitored during the meeting. If a comment is received after the set time or during the meeting but before the close of the meeting, the comment will still be included as a part of the record of the meeting. The Clerk will make every effort to read emails received but cannot guarantee such emails will be read during the meeting, subject to the Mayor’s discretion to limit the total amount of time for public comments (Gov. Code sec. 54954.3.(b)(1).). Comments that are not in compliance with the City Council’s rules of decorum may be summarized for the record.

Public comments can be made on items not on the agenda, or must clearly identify the Agenda Item Number in the SUBJECT Line of the email. The length of an email comment shall commensurate to the three minutes customarily allowed per individual comment, approximately 300 words total.
City Council Hotline: (650) 829-4670

Please limit your voicemail to comply with the 3-minute time limitation for public comment.

 

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