DEC 7, 2020 | Transportation & Environment Committee

TONI, CAN WE TAKE ROLE I THINK

WE HAVE A QUORUM NOW >> ESPARZA I SAW HER CHAIR THANK YOU ARENAS HERE YES YES CAN YOU HEAR ME? YES, WE CAN HEAR YOU WONDERFUL THANK YOU >> DIEP PERALEZ DAVIS AND PERALEZ JUST SIGNED ON >> THERE ARE YOUR HOUSE MEMBER PROMISES HERE >> ALL RIGHT WE CAN MOVE ON TO REPORTS TO COMMITTEE >> AND OUR FIRST ITEM IS THE INTEGRATED >> WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM REPORT KERRY >>, IS KERRY >> HERE? OR WHO IS TAKING THIS ONE? I’LL TAKE IT HERE YOU SEE OUR NEW >> LOOK GO AHEAD, JEFF GO FOR IT >> ONE SECTOR OK, OK THERE YOU GO DO YOU SEE THAT >>? WELL, GOOD AFTERNOON MY NAME IS JEFF PROVENZANO I’M A DEPUTY DIRECTOR IN ESD FOR THE WATER RESOURCES DIVISION TODAY WE’RE HERE TO TALK ABOUT A NEW PROGRAM, RELATIVELY NEW PROGRAM FOR US CALLED THE INTEGRATED WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM SIMPLY PUT, OUR GOAL IS TO INTEGRATE EXISTING WATER INFRASTRUCTURE TO CREATE A COHESIVE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM THAT WILL CONVEY THREE TYPES OF WATER STORMWATER NON POTABLE GROUNDWATER AND RECYCLED WATER AND A WAY TO REALLY UTILIZE OUR EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE AND ASSETS TO INCREASE OUR NON POTABLE WATER SUPPLY IN THE WATER SIDE WE USE THE WORD POTABLE AND NON POTABLE A LOT I THOUGHT JUST TAKE A MINUTE TO KIND OF GO OVER WHAT THAT REALLY MEANS MOST OF THE WATER THAT YOU’RE PROBABLY FAMILIAR WITH IS POTABLE WATER AS DRINKING WATER MEETS ALL THE STATE AND USC EPA WATER QUALITY STANDARDS TO TO BE ABLE TO DRINK IT USE IT INSIDE YOUR HOUSE AND HOME NON POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES ARE EVERYWHERE BUT THEY’RE NOT VERY COMMON YOU PROBABLY WOULD RECOGNIZE RECYCLED WATER BUT THERE ARE MANY OTHER DIFFERENT FORMS OF NON POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES ESPECIALLY HERE IN SAN JOSE AND IN SANTA CLARA COUNTY THAT ARE AVAILABLE TO BE USED BUT THEY ARE NOT SO PROGRAM IS REALLY THEN FOCUSED AROUND HOW CAN WE MAXIMIZE THE USE THESE NON POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES AND YOU MAY BE WONDERING WHY WHAT’S WHAT’S THE IMPORTANCE OF THAT ON THE SITE HERE YOU’LL SEE A COUPLE OF DIFFERENT PROJECTS TOPICS MAYBE SOME THAT YOU’VE BEEN INVOLVED IN OVER TIME WE AT STAFF HAVE ALSO BEEN INVOLVED IN THESE PROJECTS I WON’T GET INTO THEM IN DETAIL REALLY TO SAY THAT THEY ALL

HAVE A SIMILAR IMPACT ON HELLINGER AND IT’S THAT THAT THEY RESULT IN CHANGE >> ALL OF THEM CHANGE >> PRESENTATION ABOUT INTEGRATED WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM DESIGN OR OTHER THESE LONG PRESENTATIONS I THINK IT’S GOING TO BE AWHILE BEFORE THAT COMES ON THE AGENDA >> EXCUSE ME WELL, I THINK YOU ARE A >> TONI CAN >> YOU MUTE HER PLEASE? SO YOU MAY RECOGNIZE OF THESE SORRY AND WHAT THE WHAT THESE ALL HAVE IN COMMON WITH WATER IS THAT THEY RESULT IN CHANGE THEY RESULT IN HOW WATER IS BROUGHT INTO SANTA AS A RESULT AND HOW WE USE WATER THEY RESULT IN CHANGE ON RELIABILITY THEY ALSO WILL REQUIRE US TO CHANGE OUR VIEWPOINTS ON WHAT IS CONSIDERED GOOD WATER AND WHAT WHAT OTHER TYPES OF WATERS CAN WE USE GOING FORWARD? HERE IN SAN JOSE WE ALSO HAVE EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE AND I KIND OF MENTIONED DIFFERENT WATER SUPPLY OPTIONS FOR THOSE NON POTABLE WATER BECAUSE IT IS A VERY BROAD CATEGORY NON POTABLE WATER CAN BE A VERY BROAD CATEGORY JUST WATER THAT WE CANNOT BE CANNOT USE FOR DRINKING WATER WE KIND OF NARROW DOWN IT A LITTLE BIT TO REALLY LOOK AT THREE DIFFERENT TYPES NON POTABLE GROUNDWATER WELLS, NON POTABLE GROUNDWATER AND GROUNDWATER AND FILTRATION AND THAT MAY SOUND LIKE THEY’RE ALL THE SAME BUT EACH ONE OF THOSE IS AVAILABLE OR CAN BE ACCESSED BY US USING A DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGY AND AND DIFFERENT SETUPS SO EACH ONE IS A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT IN HOW WE TAKE ADVANTAGE WE ALSO HAVE I KIND OF MENTIONED IT SOME EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE HERE WE HAVE TWO EXISTING NON POTABLE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS RIGHT NOW ONE IS OUR STORMWATER SYSTEM AND THE OTHER ONE IS OUR RECYCLE WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM SO PUTTING ALL THESE TOGETHER WE HAVE FORMS NON POTABLE WATER THAT ARE NOT BEING USED RIGHT NOW AND WE ALSO HAVE TWO >> DIFFERENT DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS THAT COULD BE USED TO CONVEY THESE WATERS TO THE END USER >> THIS PROGRAM IN ITSELF IT COULD BE VERY VAST AND WITH UNLIMITED OPTIONS THAT COULD BE EVALUATED IT COULD BE SOMETHING THAT WE COULD BE WORKING ON FOR DECADES THERE’S THAT MUCH WORK AND FOCUS AND SCOPE HERE THAT WE COULD LOOK AT BUT IN ORDER TO KEEP STAFF SANE WE TRIED TO NARROW IT DOWN TO THREE SPECIFIC PROGRAM FOCUSES OVER A RELATIVELY SHORT PERIOD OF TIME SO OUR FIRST PROGRAM FOCUS IS GOING TO BE ON STORMWATER TREATMENT YOU’RE PROBABLY FAMILIAR WITH OUR OUR NORMAL FORM HISTORICAL FORM OF STORM WATER IS THAT IT RAINS IN THE WINTERTIME IT COLLECTS AND BIG RESERVOIRS AND THEN WE TREAT IT OR USE IT DURING THE SUMMERTIME THAT’S NOT WHERE WE’RE GOING TO LOOK AT WE’RE GOING TO LOOK AT SOMETHING NEW WE WANT TO LOOK AT TAKING DRY WEATHER, STORMWATER THIS IS WATER THAT’S FLOWING IN OUR STORMWATER SYSTEM DURING THE SUMMERTIME AND SEEING IF WE CAN INTEGRATE THAT AS A FORM OF NON POTABLE WATER WE’RE NOT TRYING TO TREAT THIS TO DRINK IT WE WANT TO ADD IT INTO OUR EXISTING NON POTABLE INFRASTRUCTURE AND GET IT TO OUR END USERS OUR CUSTOMERS SO WE’RE GOING TO BE LOOKING AT STORMWATER TREATMENT THERE IS A PROJECT OCCURRING RIGHT NOW AT THE SAME TIME THAT IT’S CALLED THE GREEN STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN YOU MAY BE FAMILIAR WITH IT, HAVE HEARD OF IT OR HAVE BEEN INVOLVED IN IT SO WE HAVE BEEN COORDINATING WITH PUBLIC WORKS OF COURSE ESD AND THE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ON SOME OF THE PROJECTS THAT ARE HIGHLIGHTED IN THAT PLAN YOU’LL SEE THE TWO PICTURES THERE BOTH ARE FROM THE RIVER OAKS PUMP STATION THAT’S ONE OF THE LEADING PROJECTS UNDER THAT PLAN THAT’S BEING WORKED ON THIS PAST SUMMER WE’RE OUT THERE DOING A PILOT TAKING DRY WEATHER STORMWATER TO SEE IF WE COULD RUN THROUGH A TREATMENT PROCESS TOO AND WHAT TYPE OF WATER QUALITY WE WOULD GET AT THE END ADDING NON POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES FOR US IS RELATIVELY EASY, ADDING IT IN A WAY THAT OUR CUSTOMERS STILL APPRECIATE AND LIKE THE TYPE OF WATER THAT THEY’RE GETTING AT THE END IT IS ALSO A FOCUS WE WANT TO DEVELOP NON POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES BUT ALSO HAVE EVERYONE HAPPY WHEN THEY GET IT SO THIS PROJECT IS A PILOT THAT WE FINISHED THIS SUMMER IT WAS PHASE 1 WE’LL BE BACK OUT NEXT SUMMER ALSO TRYING PHASE TWO WITH DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGIES OF TAKING DRY WEATHER STORMWATER AND AS PUBLIC WORKS PROGRESSES WITH THE REST OF THEIR PROJECT WE’RE COORDINATING CLOSELY WITH THEM IN THAT WE COULD TAKE THEIR END PRODUCT WHICH WOULD BE ESSENTIALLY FILTERING STORMWATER THROUGH DIRT AND SOIL AND THEN PUTTING IT INTO THE CREEK WE’RE LOOKING AT THEM POSSIBLY

TAKING THAT WATER AS A USABLE WATER SUPPLY AND GETTING IT TO OUR CUSTOMER BASE >> PROGRAM FOCUS NUMBER TWO FOR IS A NON POTABLE GROUND WATER SUPPLIES I MENTIONED A FEW BEFORE SPECIFICALLY WE WANT TO LOOK AT EXISTING NON POTABLE GROUNDWATER WELLS EVERY WATER AGENCY HAS OLD GROUNDWATER WELLS THAT CAN NO LONGER BE USED FOR DRINKING WATER PURPOSES THESE ARE EXISTING ASSETS WITH PUMPS, ELECTRICAL HOOKUPS, DISTRIBUTION PIPING THEY’RE CONNECTED TO AND THEY’RE THEY’RE THERE BUT THEY ARE NOT BEING USED BECAUSE THEY DON’T MEET THE STANDARDS TO GO INTO THE DRINKING WATER SYSTEM SO OUR GOAL FOR THIS FOCUS IS TO IS TO GO TO THESE WATER AGENCIES AND TO FIND THE FEASIBILITY AND THE TECHNOLOGY NEEDED TO HOOK UP SOME OF THESE NON POTABLE GROUNDWATER WELLS AND UTILIZE THEM AS A FORM OF NON POTABLE WATER >> >> NOW THE FIRST TWO FOCUSES ON WATER SUPPLY OBVIOUSLY THE THIRD ONE IS A LITTLE BIT DIFFERENT IT IS ON THE DISTRIBUTION SIDE OF OUR SYSTEMS SPECIFICALLY ON A LITTLE BIT ON THE STORMWATER SIDE BUT SPECIFICALLY ON RECYCLE WATER DISTRIBUTION FACILITIES THIS FOCUS WILL LOOK AT DIFFERENT CONVEYANCE METHODOLOGIES HOW WE CAN ADD THE WATER I KIND OF MENTIONED THE END USER OR THEIR CUSTOMERS PERSPECTIVE ON WATER QUALITY BUT WE WOULD LOOK AT HOW TO ADD THE WATER, HOW THE WATER CAN MOVE THROUGH THE SYSTEM THE RECYCLED WATER SYSTEM IS SET UP WITH ALL THE POLICY AND PROCEDURES IN PLACE AND THE END USER IS ALREADY SET UP AND TRAINED ON THE USE OF NON POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES SO THE CONVEYANCE MOST OF THE CONVEYANCE IS THERE BUT THERE ARE A FEW PIECES SUCH AS OWNERSHIP OF WELLS, MOVEMENT OF WATER, A SHARING OF COSTS THAT WOULD HAVE TO KIND OF BE LOOKED AT IN ORDER TO TIE EVERYTHING TOGETHER THE >> USE OF NON POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES AS IS NOT IS NOT A NEW THING IN THE STATE OR AND GLOBALLY IS NOT A NEW THING BUT WHAT’S KIND OF NEW FOR THIS PROGRAM IS A NORMALLY NON POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES ARE JUST LOCATED ON AN INDIVIDUAL PROPERTY ON ONE SITE AND WE’RE TRYING TO LOOK AT THAT BECAUSE THAT’S ALSO A FEASIBLE FEASIBLE OPTION FOR SOME OF THE BUSINESSES HERE AND STAND A TO IT’S TO DO LITTLE LITTLE SITE ON INDIVIDUAL PROPERTIES BUT WHAT MAKES THIS PROGRAM REALLY DIFFERENT AND FOR US IT MAKES IT FEASIBLE WHERE IT HASN’T BEEN FEASIBLE FOR OTHERS IS THAT WE HAVE A NON POTABLE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM, A PRETTY EXPANSIVE ONE AND A CUSTOMER BASE SET UP READY TO USE THIS WATER AND NEW CUSTOMERS COMING ONLINE AND SO IT’S NOT FOR US IT’S NOT JUST DEVELOPING LITTLE ONE OFFS OF DIFFERENT NON POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES IT IS GETTING IT INTO A REALLY A REGIONAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM AND GETTING IT OUT TO THOSE THAT WANT TO USE IT >> ALL RIGHT TAKE CARE >> ALL RIGHT FUNDING STRATEGY AND NEXT STEPS SO THE FUNDING IS PRETTY EASY WE WILL BE WORKING WITH LOCAL WATER RETAILERS AND PARTNER AGENCIES ON VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS THE TOTAL BUDGET FOR THIS IS RELATIVELY SMALL ABOUT TWO MILLION DOLLARS OVER A FIVE YEAR PERIOD AND WE SELECTED THAT BUDGET BUT ALSO OUR PROGRAM FOCUSES TWO TO TO CREATE SOMETHING THAT IS ACHIEVABLE, SOMETHING THAT WE COULD WALK AWAY, HAVE SOMETHING IN OUR HAND AFTER THE END OF THIS PROGRAM I KIND OF MENTIONED BEFORE THAT THE SCOPE AND THE OPTIONS ARE REALLY VAST IN THIS AND SO THIS WAS NEVER REALLY SET UP TO BE THE END IT WAS REALLY TO TAKE THE INITIAL STEPS TO LEAD TO SOMETHING MORE AT THE END OF THE FIVE PERIOD TO DEMONSTRATE TO THE RETAILER AS HOW WE COULD SET UP DIFFERENT INFRASTRUCTURE HOW WE CAN INTEGRATE IT AND HOW WE CAN MOVE IT >> OUR NEXT STEPS WILL BE TO EXECUTE PARTNER AGREEMENTS WITH INTERESTED PARTNERS TO CONTINUE TO DEVELOP AND IMPLEMENT PILOT PROJECTS AND OF COURSE TO WORK WITH REPORT BACK AND WORK WITH OUR PARTNER AGENCIES ON PROJECT MILESTONES >> SO >> IN SHORT THAT IS OUR NEW PROGRAM, THE INTEGRATED WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM STAFFER AVAILABLE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS IF THERE’S ANY >> THANK YOU I WILL TAKE WE’LL TAKE COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC FIRST >> IF I DON’T SEE ANY HANDS RAISED BUT IF THERE ARE ANY MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK OK, WE’VE GOT >> ONE MR

BEEKMAN, HELLO THANK YOU FOR THIS ITEM GOOD LUCK IN >> YOUR EFFORTS THAT YOU’RE STARTING A NEW PROGRAM AND I HAD A SIMPLE QUESTION AT THIS TIME I KNOW YOU DON’T LIKE TO ANSWER QUESTIONS SO MUCH AS COUNSEL FROM THE FROM THE PUBLIC BUT MAYBE IT’S SOMETHING THAT CAN BE THOUGHT ABOUT THROUGH THE MEETING AND MAYBE CAN BE ANSWERED AT OPEN FORUM TIME THERE IS A >> FIFTH MEETING NINE THIRTY A.M. THIS THURSDAY THERE IS ALSO A PRISON 0 >> STUDY SESSION AT 10:00 A.M. ON THURSDAY THAT IS THE FIFTH MEETING ONLY GOING TO BE A THURSDAY AND THEN TURN INTO THE VISION ZERO STUDY SESSION >> MEETING THANK YOU >> ALTHOUGH THAT’S OFF TOPIC I THINK I WILL COUNCIL MEMBER PERALEZ IS THE CO-CHAIR OF VISION ZERO SO I’M >> AND I’M CALLING ON HIM AFTER THE PUBLIC SO I WILL LET HIM CHOOSE WHETHER OR NOT HE WANTS TO ANSWER >> THAT QUESTION ACTUALLY THERE ARE NO OTHER MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WHO WOULD LIKE TO SPEAK SO COUNCIL MEMBER PERALEZ FEEL FREE TO ADDRESS THAT QUESTION IF YOU LIKE >> OR ASK YOUR QUESTIONS TO THE TO THE STAFF THANK YOU BLAIR I WILL ASK MY QUESTIONS I’LL GO AHEAD ANSWER BLAIR’S QUESTION THOUGH WE ARE HOPING THAT HIS VISIT IS SHORT BUT IT’S LIKELY NOT GOING TO ONLY BE 30 MINUTES IT MAY OVERLAP SLIGHTLY WITH THE VISION ZERO TASK FORCE MEETING STARTING AND THAT WAS JUST DUE TO A SCHEDULING THAT WE HAD TO DO WHERE WE CHANGE PRNS IS A MORNING MEETING FOR THIS MONTH AND CONFLICTED WITH VISION ZERO SO HOPEFULLY IT WILL BE PRETTY SHORT THOUGH BECAUSE I WILL BE IN BOTH PERSONALLY >> AND THEN MY QUESTION FOR STAFF IS IN REGARDS TO ACTUALLY WATER INFRASTRUCTURE BUT ARE OUR STORM WATER INFRASTRUCTURE IN ACTUALLY MYSELF? MAYOR AND OUR CHAIR HERE HAD PUT TOGETHER A MEMO LAST YEAR AND WE WERE HOPING TO GET THAT POINT AN UPDATE IN JUNE OF THIS YEAR CLEARLY KOGUT HAS DELAYED THAT WORK >> AND WE HAD ASKED FOR I HAVE I DON’T KNOW IF STAFF WOULD BE ABLE OR REFERRED TO IT BUT WE HAD A MEMO WITH A COUPLE OF DIFFERENT ASKS THE FIRST ONE WAS TO BE ABLE TO DEVELOP AN >> INCLUSIVE COMMUNICATION STRATEGY IN REGARDS TO OUR GREEN STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE AND ITS BENEFITS AND THEN LIST OFF A COUPLE THINGS THERE AND THEN THE OTHER TO DEVELOP A LIST OF NEAR TERM PROJECTS APPROACHES FOR THOSE IDENTIFIED FOR THE GREEN STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN AND THEN BOTH OF THOSE WE WERE HOPING TO GET AN UPDATE IN JUNE AT THIS COMMITTEE AND SO I DON’T KNOW IF THERE’S ANY ANY UPDATE THAT CAN BE PROVIDE AT LEAST VERBALLY AT THE MOMENT ON ON SOME OF THAT WORK THAT HAD TO BE DELAYED >> SO IT COUNTS FOR AT JUST PICTURE ON THE JUNE REPORT I THINK I DID MENTION PREVIOUS COMMITTEE REPORT THAT I THOUGHT WE HAD PUT OUT AN INFORMATION MEMO BUT WE IN FACT DIDN’T KNOW THAT AS I RESEARCH INTO THAT, WE DID NOT PUT ONE OUT PUBLIC WE HAVE SCHEDULED FOR THE SPRING WORK PLAN I BELIEVE IT’S APRIL AND I THINK THAT WORK PLAN PROPOSED FOR PLAN IS GOING TO BECOME THE RULES COMMITTEE IN JANUARY WOULD BRING FORWARD A GREEN STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE REPORT IN APRIL MORSE DOES THAT MAYBE YOU COULD JUST SAY WHAT RIGHT NOW SPECIFICALLY I DON’T THINK I HEARD THAT CLEAR ENOUGH TO KNOW WHAT YOU’RE LOOKING FOR AT >> THE MOMENT WAS IT WAS ANY IDEA FROM YOURSELVES IN REGARDS TO WHERE THAT WORK MAY BE AND THE TIME DELAY ON IT? I RECOGNIZE WE’RE GETTING A FULL REPORT ON THAT CITY WIDE BUT I’M ASKING SPECIFICALLY BECAUSE WE HAVE THE EXPERTS SO MY GUESS WOULD BE BECAUSE WE HAVE LIKELY SOME OF THE INDIVIDUALS THAT ARE DOING THAT WORK OR WOULD HAVE BEEN DOING THAT PRESENTATION IN JUNE SO I’M JUST CURIOUS FOR A MORE >> SORT OF QUICKER >> ANSWER FROM YEAH YEAH AND THEY HAVE AN IDEA YEAH MATT KING ARE YOU ON NOW MATT I SEE MATT I DON’T KNOW HEY MATT ARE YOU THERE >>? I AM HERE JIM BUT I WASN’T LISTENING TO THIS ITEM SO I GUESS SO I KEPT CALCIUM PERALEZ IS ASKING WE WERE SCHEDULED TO COME IN FRONT OF THE COMMITTEE IN JUNE ON THE GREEN STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN AND I KNOW THAT YOU WERE THE ITEM OBVIOUSLY GOT DELAYED BECAUSE OF COAL AND WE DIDN’T PUT OUT AN INFORMATION MEMORANDUM AND I KNOW YOU’RE WORKING WITH THE INTERDEPARTMENTAL TEAM ON THAT JUST IN TERMS WE’RE AT THAT I KNOW OUR FOCUS RIGHT NOW IS TO SCOPE THE MEASURE T PROJECTS

OUR FIRST TWENTY FIVE MILLION AND THEN IT IS TO ADVANCE THE REMAINING SEVENTY FIVE MILLION OF THE CONSENT DECREE SETTLEMENT AND THEN MORE BROADLY TO PUT TOGETHER A MORE SPECIFIC IMPLEMENTATION PLAN THAT’S FOCUSED ON THE FULL PLAN COUNCIL MEMBER WHICH IS A 30 PLUS YEAR PLAN BUT OUR KIND OF THE THREE STEPS IF YOU WILL PROGRAM THE TWENTY FIVE MILLION FOR MEASURE T OBTAIN THE REMAINING SEVENTY FIVE MILLION AS PART OF OUR CONSENT DECREE AND THEN ALSO ISSUE A MORE SPECIFIC PLAN AROUND HOW DO WE MEET THE LONG TERM PLAN BETWEEN ESSENTIALLY >> OFF OFF STREET OFF PARK PROJECTS, PARKS PROJECTS AND THEN STREET RELATED PROJECTS THAT’S KIND OF THE THE GENERAL APPROACH THAT WE’RE THAT WE’RE WORKING THROUGH AT A STAFF LEVEL MATT AND OR KERRY WOULD YOU ADD ANYTHING TO THAT? AND HOW MUCH >> GAME I’LL REITERATE THE JUST THE TWO RECOMMENDATION THAT WERE IN THE MEMO THAT I’M REFERRING TO FROM LAST YEAR AND ONE OF THEM WAS WAS LOOKING FOR A LIST OF NEAR-TERM PROJECTS AND APPROACHES FOR THOSE IDENTIFIED IN GREEN STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PLAN SO IT SOUNDS LIKE I’M ASSUMING THAT WOULD COME WITH PART OF WHAT YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT HERE AND THEN THE FIRST ONE WAS A DEVELOPING A COMMUNICATIONS STRATEGY AND SO THAT ONE I DIDN’T HEAR AT LEAST ANY THOUGHT IN YOUR RESPONSE I DON’T KNOW IF THERE’S BEEN ANY FURTHER >> THOUGHT OR WORK ON THAT BUT THAT WAS ALSO SUPPOSED TO COME BACK >> IN JUNE I WANT TO JUST ADD THAT INTO DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS THAT REALLY ADD ON TO WHAT JIM WAS SAYING PLEASE REMEMBER WE ARE PLANNING WE ARE WORKING TOWARDS COMING BACK I DID APRIL OR MAY AND WANT TO SAY APRIL BUT IT COULD BE MADE INTO ANY AND THERE’S SOME STEPS THAT WE’RE DOING IN THE INTERIM WE HAVE AS YOU KNOW, TWENTY FIVE MILLION DOLLARS MEASURE T FOR GREEN STORMWATER PROJECTS JEFF MENTIONED THE RIVER OAKS PROJECT AND THERE’S ALSO THE GRANT THAT YES, THE AND WORKS COLLABORATED ON THAT RECEIVE THE SUPPLEMENT FOLKS AND SO WE’RE GOING TO ACTUALLY HAVE A LOT OF THAT TWENTY FIVE MILLION DOLLARS BLACK WE’RE GOING TO BE WORKING OVER THE NEXT TWO THREE MONTHS ON A COMMUNITY OUTREACH ON WHAT WE RECOMMEND THOSE NEXT TWO TO THREE IF THEY’RE SMALLER FOR THE PRIOR TWO TO THREE PROJECTS ARE TO SPEND DOWN THAT TWENTY FIVE MILLION SO WE’RE GONNA BE MEETING WITH SOME AGENCY PARTNERS OVER THE NEXT TWO MONTHS TO TALK ABOUT THAT PROCESS WE’VE BEEN TALKING TO SAY THE BAY COUPLE WEEKS AGO AS AN EXAMPLE AND THEN WE’LL BE GOING TO THE COMMUNITY TO SAY HERE’S THE THREE EXTRA PROJECTS WE’RE GOING TO SPEND DOWN AT THAT TWENTY FIVE MILLION MEMBER WITH THAT INFORMATION IN HAND WILL BE COMING TO THIS COMMITTEE AND THEN GOING TO COUNCIL TO GET APPROVAL AND THEN HOPEFULLY THEN START SPENDING ON THOSE FOUR MAJOR PROJECTS THERE WAS SOME COMMUNITY OUTREACH WORK THAT WAS PERFORMED, SOME MATERIALS THAT WERE WERE DEVELOPED WE DID NOT WE DIDN’T AS FAR AS OUR OUTREACH REALLY IS REALLY FOCUSED RIGHT NOW ON SPENDING THAT TWENTY FIVE MILLION AND SECURING THOSE THOSE PROJECTS FROM ENERGY SO I ANSWERED YOUR QUESTION >> AS MUTED YEAH THAT IS HELPFUL AND OBVIOUSLY RECOGNIZE WHY WE HAD A DELAY IN THAT REPORT BACK BUT I THINK WOULD BE IF WE’RE NOT PLANNING ON A COMPREHENSIVE ANSWER TO THOSE TO THAT MEMORANDUM I’M REFERRING TO AND JUST FOR HELP IT WAS A DATED SEPTEMBER 6TH AND BY MYSELF CHAIRPERSON DAVIS AND THEN THE MAYOR >> THEN IT WOULD BE BENEFICIAL AGAIN, IT SOUNDS LIKE YOU MAY BE GIVING A REPORT TO THIS COMMITTEE AT THAT POINT NEXT YEAR APRIL MAY OF NEXT YEAR BUT IF NOT A WRITTEN RESPONSE AT LEAST WOULD BE WOULD BE HELPFUL AS JIM POINTED OUT, I THINK THAT THAT WASN’T DONE OVER THE SUMMER SO THANK YOU >> SO IT IS ON THE DRAFT WORK PLAN COUNCIL MEMBER WOULD IT BE SUFFICIENT TO HAVE THAT BROUGHT BACK AT THAT TIME? AND I DO THINK IT’S APRIL IF IT’S GOING TO BE A COMPREHENSIVE VERBAL REPORT THAT’S FINE BUT IF IF IF NOT THEN YEAH AT LEAST >> I MEAN AT THAT POINT I WOULD THERE BE A WRITTEN REPORT ACCOMPANYING THE ITEM IN APRIL ALONG WITH A PRESENTATION LIKE THIS SO THINK THAT IS SUFFICIENT YEAH THAT’S THAT’S PERFECT THANK YOU OKAY >> AND THEN IN REGARDS TO

OBVIOUSLY THE ITEM BEING PRESENTED APPRECIATE THE INFORMATION FROM STAFF AND I’LL MOVE APPROVAL >> >> THANK YOU IS THERE A SECOND I CAN SECOND THAT DID YOU HAVE ANYTHING >> ELSE? NO, NO SORRY ABOUT THAT CHAIR AND >> THAT’S IT THANK YOU THANK YOU I’LL REMEMBER ARENAS >> THANK YOU, TERRY SORRY I WAS HAVING A HARD TIME WITH MY MUTE BUTTON SO MY QUESTION IS IS ABOUT THE KINDS OF BUSINESSES THAT ARE INTERESTED IN THE NON POTABLE WATER SUPPLY THE DIFFERENT KIND OF BUSINESS PLAN I’M GUESSING MOSTLY LARGER BUSINESSES THAT CAN AFFORD TO DO THESE KINDS OF OF >> COST EXPENSES COULD YOU TALK JUST A LITTLE BIT MORE ABOUT THAT? >> SURE YEAH THANK YOU FOR THE QUESTION YES YEAH USUALLY THERE THE LARGER BUSINESS IS WHAT WE’VE NOTICED MORE THE TECHNOLOGY RELATED BUSINESSES THE MICROSOFT, ADOBE GOOGLE OF COURSE HAS IS LOOKING AT DOING THEIR OWN TYPE OF RECYCLE WATER SYSTEM VERSUS CONNECTING TO US BUT WE ARE SEEING IT ACROSS THE BOARD IN THESE LARGER TYPE BUSINESSES WHERE WHEN THEY COME IN THEY WANT TO UTILIZE EITHER NON POTABLE WATER SUPPLIES FOR THEIR COOLING TOWERS OR THEY’RE EXPERIENCING SOME ISSUES THERE IS A SOFTWARE COMPANY DOWNTOWN SAN IS THAT HAS GROUNDWATER INFILTRATION INTO THEIR BASEMENT AND THEY ARE JUST DUMPING THE WATER INTO THE SEWER AND THEY JUST BECAUSE WE’RE NOT SET UP RUNNING TO HELP THEM THAT WATER IT COULD BE USE A PRETTY SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT COULD BE USED ONSITE TO SUPPORT EITHER THEIR IRRIGATION OR THEIR OTHER BUSINESS NEEDS SO THERE IS AN INTEREST WE’RE SEEING IT QUITE FREQUENTLY WE ACTUALLY MET WITH A DEVELOPER ABOUT A YEAR BY EIGHT MONTHS AGO BEFORE OCTOBER ABOUT A YEAR AGO THAT WANTED TO DO LIKE ONSITE GRAY WATER SYSTEMS SO THEY WERE INTERESTED IN AND REUSING THE WATER THEMSELVES, TREATING IT, READING IT THEMSELVES SO THIS PROGRAM HERE THAT WE’RE LOOKING AT IS MORE TO TRY TO GET IT INTO A SYSTEM BUT THERE IS AN INTEREST BOTH TO FIGURE OUT FOR THESE ENTITIES HOW TO MANAGE NON POTABLE GROUNDWATER ,NON POTABLE WATER BUT ALSO TO USE IT TO >> AND SO IT’S A MATTER OF US POSITIONING OURSELVES IN ORDER TO TO BE HELPFUL TO THESE BUSINESSES THERE’S REALLY NO NO OTHER BENEFIT, OTHER THAN HAVING THEM JUST HAVE A MAXIMUM USE OF THOSE NON POTABLE WATER >> WE’D LIKE TO TRY TO POSITION OURSELVES TO BE HELPFUL YES, GOT IT OKAY I JUST WAS WONDERING IF THERE WAS AN ADDITIONAL FEE OR ANYTHING OF THAT SORT BUT IT SOUNDS LIKE THE BENEFIT ALONE IS IS GOOD ENOUGH IT SOUNDS LIKE >> YOU HAVE BECOME NO, NO I THINK I’M PLACING SO OH NO I’M NOT FROZEN SO IS IT SO IT SOUNDS LIKE THE THE BENEFIT OHLONE IS WHAT WE’RE PURSUING, CORRECT? YES >> THAT’S CORRECT WE’RE VIEWING IT AS A WATER SUPPLY OPTION JUST WITH THE VARIABILITY OF OF HOW WE TRADITIONALLY RECEIVED WATER HERE INTO SANTA JOSE OVER THE DECADES AND THE FUTURE LOOKS LIKE THAT REQUIRES TO BE A LITTLE BIT MORE FLEXIBLE, A LITTLE BIT MORE ADAPTIVE SO WE ARE REALLY LOOKING AT IT AS A WATER SUPPLY TYPE OF PROGRAM AND YES, IT’S DEVELOPMENTAL BENEFIT FROM IT BUT OUR PRIMARY FOCUS IS TO ADD THAT TYPE OF WATER SUPPLY >> THOSE WERE MY QUESTION THANK YOU SURE >> THANK YOU I HAVE A FEW QUESTIONS MYSELF, JEFF NO OTHER OF MY COLLEAGUES HAVE QUESTIONS DOESN’T LOOK LIKE ANYBODY ELSE HAS THEIR HANDS RAISED YOU SAID WE ALREADY HAVE A NON POTABLE WATER >> DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IS THAT THE STORM WATER >>? YES >> WHAT ARE YOU TALKING ABOUT AND HOW IS IT DIFFERENT FROM OUR REGULAR WATER DISTRIBUTION ? >> SO WE HAVE TWO TO NON POTABLE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS RIGHT NOW ONE IS STORM WATER WHICH IS COLLECTING STORM WATER NOT DRINKING WATER AND IT’S MOVING IT FROM ONE LOCATION TO ANOTHER SO IT’S PRIMARILY IT’S GOING INTO THE CREEK RIGHT NOW THE SECOND FORM WHICH IS MORE DIRECT TO AN INDUCED IS OUR RECYCLE WATER SYSTEM SOUTH BAY WATER RECYCLING IF YOU’RE FAMILIAR WITH THAT THAT THAT IS AN ASSET THAT WAS FUNDED BY SEWER RATE PAYERS ABOUT STARTING TWENTY FIVE YEARS AGO BY AROUND TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY MILLION DOLLARS WHICH IS THE PRIMARY MEANS OF CONVEYANCE OF NON POTABLE WATER THAT WE ARE LOOKING TO UTILIZE

IS THAT SYSTEM THAT HAS THE POLICIES AND PROCEDURES IN PLACE TO INDUCE USERS THAT ARE USING NON POTABLE WATER RECYCLE WATER AS A FORM OF NON POTABLE WATER, RECYCLED WATER AND THEY’RE USING THAT NOW AND WE’D BE LOOKING TO EXPAND THE USE OF THAT AS WE MOVE FORWARD >> AND IS THAT SOUTH BAY RECYCLED WATER? IS THAT WHOLLY OWNED AND RUN BY THE CITY OR IS THAT A SEPARATE ENTITY? IT IS >> IT’S MANAGED BY THE CITY IT IS OWNED BY THE REGIONAL WASTEWATER FACILITY WHICH IS A JOINT POWER AUTHORITY >> RIGHT YES I SIT ON DIEP >> THANK YOU THAT’S HELPFUL AND THEN YOU TALKED ABOUT THAT THE UTILIZING DRY DRY WEATHER STORMWATER I GUESS YEAH, I STILL DON’T UNDERSTAND A LOT OF THIS WATER STUFF SO IT LOOKS TO ME IN THE SUMMER TIMES LIKE THE CREEKS ARE DRY WHAT WHEREAS THIS WATER THAT YOU’RE TALKING ABOUT >> SURE THE WATER CAN COME FROM DIFFERENT SOURCES BUT MOST OF IT COMES FROM A HIGH GROUNDWATER LEVEL PARTICULARLY IN THE NORTH SAND IS A AN AREA IS A CLOSER TO THE BAY THERE GROUNDWATER BASIN IS PRETTY HIGH PARTICULARLY LAST FEW YEARS AND THE WATER CAN SEEP IN THREE DIFFERENT JOINTS OF THE PIPE AND THEN MOVE DOWN THE STORM WATER PIPE TO A CENTRAL LOCATION OK THANK YOU AND IS THIS IS THIS PRESENTATION ALSO GOING TO BE GIVEN TO PACK >> TO PACK? WE HAVEN’T YET AGENDA THAT AS WE MOVE FORWARD WITH SOME MORE INFORMATION ON IT IF NOT NECESSARILY A RECYCLE WATER INITIATIVE BECAUSE NOT SEEKING TO EXPAND THESE RECYCLE WATER RIGHT NOW WE’RE VIEWING IT MORE AS A WATER SUPPLY INITIATIVE AND IF THAT DOES LEAD TO HOW THAT PLAYS OUT AND HOW IT MIGHT BENEFIT THE RECYCLE WATER SYSTEM BECAUSE IT IS WATER ADDITIONAL WATER SUPPLIES MOVING THROUGH ITS INFRASTRUCTURE WE THEN GO BACK AND BE MORE MORE PRESENTATIONS I WOULD SAY WITH DEEPAK OK, I WAS WONDERING BECAUSE IT LOOKS LIKE THE BUDGET IS GOING TO BE COMING FROM WHEN YOU SAID PARTNER AGENCIES I ASSUMED IT WAS PART THE ART OF YOU SO MY THINKING INTERJECT A LITTLE BIT ON THAT ONE SO SO WE’RE TREATING THIS ENDEAVOR AS A SEPARATE EFFORT FUNDED BY OUR PARTNER CITIES SANTA CLARA, SAN JOSE AND MILPITAS BUT WATER RETAILERS SO WE’RE NOT SEEKING WASTEWATER OK >> GOT IT OK >> THANK YOU AND WE ALREADY HAVE A MOTION AND A SECOND TO ACCEPT THE REPORT SO >> EITHER TONI OR YASMEEN I THINK WE’LL TAKE THE ROLL >> HI, EVERYONE MY NAME’S ASM GARCIA I’M ONE OF THE NEW LEGISLATOR QUICK I’M GONNA BE HELPING 20 TODAY WITH THE VOTES >> THANK YOU YES NO PROBLEM YEAH FIRST I ESPARZA YES BUT THIS YES YEAH >> I PERALEZ >> I DAVIS >> I THANK YOU >> AND SHE CARRIES SO WE WILL MOVE ON TO ITEM 2 STORM SEWER AND SANITARY SEWER ANNUAL REPORTS >> MIKE O’CONNELL THERE YOU >> ARE YES, I’M HERE AND I’M JOINING I’M A DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS I’M JOINED BY MATTHEW TO WIN THE DIVISION MANAGER OF TRANSPORTAT AND HYDRAULIC SERVICES IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND IS ARE OUR SLIDES GONNA COME UP HERE IS MATT MATTHEW WILL BRING UP HIS >> OWN >> IT WOULD BE MATTHEW SHARING HIS SCREEN MATTHEW, DO YOU HAVE THAT >>? YES, I DO YEAH WHILE MATTHEW SHARES HIS SCREEN, I’LL JUST WARM YOU UP BY SAYING THAT THIS IS REALLY THE WORK PRODUCT OF THREE DIFFERENT ENGINEERING SECTIONS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS OUR SANITARY SEWER GROUP, OUR STORM SEWER GROUP HA >> HA DROP OUR HYDRAULICS MASTER PLANNING GROUP EACH RUN BY A PROFESSIONAL CIVIL ENGINEER THEY ARE VISITORS ON THE CALL TODAY THESE REPORTS ARE VERY SIMILAR YEAR OVER YEAR MAINLY BECAUSE OF THE STABLE FUNDING THAT WE HAVE IN BOTH PROGRAMS AND BECAUSE THE NEEDS CONTINUE YEAR AFTER YEAR MATTHEW IS GOING GONNA TAKE US THROUGH THE PRESENTATION BUT I WANTED TO POINT OUT THE PHOTO ON THE LEFT IS A VAULT THAT WAS USED FOR SOME OF OUR LARGE TRASH CAPTURE DEVICES AND THE PHOTO ON THE RIGHT IS A VERY

LARGE CONCRETE PIPE THAT WAS TUNNELED UNDER HIGHWAY 1, A ONE YEAR ANCHOR IN NORTH FOREST STREET THAT FIRST DESIGN BUILD CONTRACT THAT THE PUBLIC WORKS HAS UTILIZED TO DELIVER A LINEAR SANITARY SEWER PROJECT NEXT SLIDE PLEASE SO >> WE’RE GOING TO TALK ABOUT TWO SYSTEMS TODAY, TWO SEPARATE SYSTEMS THE STORM SEWER SYSTEM AND THE SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM THE SANITARY CONNECTS ALL THE PIPELINES AND TAKES ADVANTAGE OF OUR GREAT TOPOGRAPHY TO USE GRAVITY TO CONVEY THOSE FLOWS TO THE WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN NORTH SAN JOSE THE STORM SEWER SYSTEM IS TYPICALLY BUILT AT THE SAME TIME THAT THE SUBDIVISIONS ARE DEVELOPED AND THOSE SYSTEMS HAVE TYPICALLY BEEN DESIGNED CONSTRUCTION AND DEDICATED AS PART OF THOSE SUBDIVISIONS THEY TEND TO CONVEY THAT WATER EITHER TO THE NEAREST SYSTEM OR IF THERE ISN’T AN ADJACENT SYSTEM TO THE CREEK ITSELF THE GREAT PHOTO AT THE BOTTOM IS OUR OUTFALL STRUCTURE IN ALVISO FOR THE BRAND NEW ALVISO PUMP STATION THAT WAS COMPLETED IN SEPTEMBER LAST YEAR THE PHOTO ON THE RIGHT IS OUR TYPICAL OPEN CUT PIPELINE PROJECT WHERE ONCE THE THE TRENCHES BACKFILLED AND THE ASPHALT IS SETTLED THEN WE GO IN AND REPAY THAT OUR GOAL IS TO TO HIDE ALL THE TRENCHES IN CITY STREETS SO WITH THAT ONE LAST ISSUE, COUNCIL MEMBER DAVIS LAST YEAR YOU ASKED ME A QUESTION ABOUT A TINY LITTLE PUMP STATION CALLED HESTER AND I WAS A LITTLE TONGUE TIED BUT I WAS TELLING YOU IT WAS A LOW POINT WE MOVED WATER TO WHAT THE PORTABLE PUMP AND YES, IT’S THE LOW POINT IN THAT PEDESTRIAN UNDER CROSSING THAT CROSSES THE ALAMEDA AND IT’S A LOT CLEANER AND SAFER FOR THE CREWS TO USE A PORTABLE PUMP WHEN THEY’RE CLEANING THAT FACILITY SO I JUST WANTED TO LET YOU KNOW WE FOLLOWED UP ON THAT AND MATTHEW, YOUR SLIDE SHOW NOW THANK YOU THANK YOU FOR >> CLOSING THAT LOOP MIKE ALL RIGHT >> THANK YOU, MIKE GOOD AFTERNOON MY SMARTPHONE WHEN I’M A DIVISION MANAGER IN PUBLIC WORKS SO THE STORM SILVA PRO PROGRAM IS DEVELOPED BASED ON THREE KEY INITIATIVE PLUS ONE IS THE STORM WATER QUANTITY SO WE DEVELOP PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS TO ADDRESS THE CLASS AND DIEP AND REDUCE THE SEDIMENT COMING OUT TO THE CREEK AND RIVER AROUND US AND ALSO AS >> I I KNOW WE MENTIONED A LITTLE BIT EARLIER THAT WE ARE WORKING ON THE GREEN STORMWATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM AND I WILL TALK ABOUT RIVER OAK STORMWATER CAPITAL PROJECT IN THE NEXT SLIDE THE NEXT INITIATIVE IS THE MASTER PLANNING SO THIS IS A PROGRAM WHERE WE COLLECT DATA AND WE BUILD A COMPUTER MODEL HYDRAULIC MODEL TO PREDICT ON THE SHORTFALL DEFICIENCY IN OUR CAPACITY AND ALSO WE USE THAT INFORMATION TO BLOCK FUTURE CAPACITY IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS AND ALSO TO SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT ECONOMY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN THE CITY SO WE AS OF RIGHT NOW WE IDENTIFY A FEW PROJECTS IN THE INNER CITY WHERE CHOCOLATE IS ONE OF THE PROJECT THAT WE GOING TO WE ARE WORKING ON RIGHT NOW AND I’LL TALK ABOUT THAT A LITTLE BIT LATER AND THE THIRD FOCUS ON OUR SEWER SYSTEM PROGRAM IS TO CONTINUE WITH THE SYSTEM REHABILITATION SO WE’RE LOOKING AT OUTFALL FLAP GATE SOME STATIONS LTC STRUCTURE AND WE CONTINUE TO REBUILD THEM OR REPAIR THEM SIDE BY SIDE WITH BLT DOING THE OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THESE STRUCTURES >> SO REEBOK STORMWATER CAPTURE PROJECT THIS PROJECT IS FUNDED BY THE MEASURE T AND ALSO WITH COORDINATION WITH ESD WE ALSO APPLY FOR STATE GRANT IN THE AMOUNT OF THREE POINT TWO MILLION DOLLARS PROJECT TOTAL COME TO ABOUT 10 MILLION DOLLARS SO THIS IS GOING TO HAVE TO MATCH THE REMAINING BALANCE AND SO IN THIS PROJECT WE’RE GOING TO TRANSFORM WHAT WE HAVE RIGHT NOW IS A DETENTION FACILITY WHERE WE COLLECT THE STORMWATER THROUGHOUT A YEAR WE WILL CONVERT THAT INTO A BIO TREATMENT FACILITY WHERE WE HAVE ALL OF THE WATER COME IN FILTERED THROUGH LAYER OF MEDIA AND THEN GET TO WHERE WE WHERE THE WATER BECOME CLEANER AND THEN WE CAN PUMP IT OUT TO THE CREEK

GOT EVERYBODY IN THIS CASE THIS PROJECT IS WE JUST COMPLETE THE INITIAL PLANNING PHASE SO THE DESIGN IS GOING TO BE IN SPRING 2021 AND CONSTRUCTION WILL TAKE PLACE THIS YEAR AT THE AND WE SHOULD HAVE THE FACILITY UP AND RUNNING BY SUMMER 2023 >> THIS IS THE STORE MASTER PLAN SO AS I MENTIONED BEFORE, WE’VE BEEN WORKING ON ON THIS MASTER PLAN FOR MANY YES AND SO PHASE ONE WAS COMPLETED IN 2017 WHERE WE IDENTIFY A TOTAL 22 PROJECTS AND A COST FOR THOSE IN THE RANGE OF 250 MILLION DOLLARS >> SO IN PHASE 2 WE ARE FOCUSING WHILE WE CONTINUE TO EXPAND OUR MODEL PHASE 1 WE WILL MODEL THE SYSTEM DOWN TO ABOUT 30 INCH PIPE NOW WE’RE GOING TO EXPAND THAT AND WE WILL COVER A SMALLER PIPE MEANING WE KNOW MORE ABOUT THE CONDITION OF OUR >> PIPE AND >> SO IN IN PHASE TWO WE WILL CONTINUE TO REFINE OUR MODEL AND ALSO WE TAKE IN INFORMATION FROM THE VALLEY WATER ON THE RIVER AND WE WILL EXPAND OUR MODEL TO MATCH THAT INFORMATION AND ALSO WE’RE GOING TO FOCUS IN A FIELD KNOWN AREAS WHERE WE KNOW THAT THERE SOME DEFICIENCY SUCH IN NSA AND ALSO IN THE OUR NON AREA SO >> A NORTH TOWN HAS WE FOUND AT THE CHECKOUT AREA IS ONE OF THE AREAS WHERE WE CONTINUE TO HAVE ESU EVERY YEAR WHEN WE HAVE A BIG STORM SO IN THE PAST WE HAVE PUMPED NOT LOCATE ON CHECK OUT AREA NEXT TO COYOTE CREEK TO ALL OF THAT WATER AWAY ORIGINALLY WE WERE PLANNING TO PUT A NEW PUMP STATION AT THAT LOCATION HOWEVER, WITH ADDITIONAL ANALYSIS WE FOUND THAT IT’S BETTER TO REROUTE THE FLOW GOING WEST TO WHAT GOT TO LOOK BY RIVER AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF US HAVING A PUMP STATION THAT ALREADY SO WE DON’T HAVE TO BUILD A NEW PUMP STATION AND WE STILL CAN TAKE CARE OF ON THE TRAIN SO THAT WE WE HAVE IN THIS AREA >> SO NOT PROJECT WE ARE CURRENTLY IN THE EARLY PHASE OF THAT PRELIMINARY SO THE DESIGN IS EXPECTED TO START >> IN SPRING NEXT YEAR AND CONSTRUCTION IS GOING TO BE IN SUMMER 20 22 AND COMPLETION IN THE WINTER OF 2023 LOST TRUST CAPTURE THIS IS ON THE CAPITAL SIDE WE CONTINUE TO BUILD NEW TRUST, CAPTURE THE TO CAPTURE ON THE TRUST BEFORE I COME OUT TO THE CREEK AND THIS WAS DONE BASED ON THE REFINEMENT OF A REGIONAL STORMWATER PERMIT AND SO FAR WE COMPLETE PHASE 1 THROUGH PHASE 6 WITH 32 >> LOST TRACK CAPTURE ALREADY INSTALLED IN THE CITY LAST YEAR WE ALSO LOOKED BACK INTO SOME PREVIOUS DEVICE THAT WE INSTALLED AND WE COME BACK AND RETROFIT A FEW LTC DEVICE TO SUPPORT AND M ACTIVITIES AS A NOTE RECENTLY CALTRANS JUST CAME THROUGH YESTERDAY AND THE CITY OF A ASKING TO COORDINATE AND TO WORK WITH US BECAUSE THEY HAVE A NEED TO INSTALL SOME OF THESE SO THEY ARE >> WILLINGLY TO FUND FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THESE NEW PROJECTS SO WE ARE WORKING WITH THEM RIGHT NOW TO IDENTIFY NEW LOCATIONS AND IN THE NEXT YEAR OR SO WE’LL COME UP WITH A NEW PLAN OR FACE SEVEN AND WHAT ON THAT >> WHAT THE STORM IS WHILE THE STORM SEASON IS HERE WHICH WILL CONTINUE TO WORK WITH VALLEY WATER AND ALSO DIEP IS

PUTTING IN MAINTENANCE CREW OUT THERE WORKING ON A HOTSPOT IN THE CITY WE WORK WITH OUR CONTRACTOR TO PUT IN A TEMPORARY STATION AT THE CHECKOUT AREA SO ALL OF THE ACTIVITIES ARE STILL BEING PLANNED FOR >> AND WE ARE READY FOR A STORM SEASON IF WE HAVE A BIG ONE HITTING US >> >> OKAY AND NOW I’D LIKE TO TALK ABOUT A SANITARY SEWER PROGRAM >> VERY SIMILAR TO THE STORM WE HAVE THREE KEY INITIATED THE FIRST ONE IS WE FOCUS ON CAPACITY MASTER PLANNING WHERE WE CAN USE IT TO PREDICT THAT CAPACITY DEFICIENCY IN OUR SYSTEM AND THEREFORE WE CAN DECREASE THOSE SS SO WE STAND FOR SANITARY SO OVERFLOW AND ALSO >> WE ARE USING THE MASTER PLAN TO SUPPORT OUR GENERAL GENERAL PLAN 2040 AND LASTLY WE USE IT TO ADDRESS ANY REQUIRED FROM THE WATERSHED PROTECTION AND ORDER REGULATORY AGENCY IN THERE IN THE AREA >> THEN THE SECOND FOCUS ON OUR SANITARY SEWER PROGRAM IS ON CONDITION ASSESSMENT SAME THING ON UNDER THIS PROGRAM WE PROACTIVELY GOING OUT THERE TO EVALUATE OUR SOLAR SYSTEM AGAIN TOO WITH THAT WE WILL DECREASE THE ASSET SSL AND OHLONE SO WE CAN REPAIR AND WE HAPPILY TAKE OUR SEWER SYSTEM LIES BEFORE IT FELL AND >> LASTLY IT’S THE SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT AND REHABILITATION WHERE WE REPLACE ON A BIG CAST IRON PIPE IN A CITY WE REPLACE VERY OLD PIPE WITH A LOT WRECKAGE IN THE PIPELINE AND ALSO WE INCREASE THE PIPE SIZE >> THAT THE HYDRAULIC MODEL IS SHOWING IT’S HAVING SOME ISSUES WITH CAPACITY THEN WE GO IN AND REPLACE THOSE >> SO HERE’S A CHART SHOWING >> HOW THE SSL HAS BEEN REDUCED OVER THE YEAR AND THIS IS WHAT A LOT OF WORK FROM BOTH DIEP AND PUBLIC WORKS WE WORK TOGETHER ON O M AND AS WELL AS CONDITION ASSESSMENT PROGRAM AND ON A PURSUER REPAIR PROGRAM WE WERE ABLE TO BRING IT DOWN FROM 190 SOMETHING SSL ALL THE WAY DOWN TO ROUGHLY 31 SSL FOR YEAR FOR LAST YEAR SO THAT’S A SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION IN IN ESSENCE >> SYSTEM SO IN SUMMARY THE SANITARY SEWER PROGRAM IS DEVELOPED TO ACHIEVE THE THREE GOALS WE CONTINUE TO FOCUS ON GENERAL PLAN 2020 AND TO SUPPORT THE ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT AND ALSO >> WE TRIED TO INCREASE OUR INVESTMENT INTO THE SYSTEM TO TAKE OUT INFRASTRUCTURE BACKLOG AND LASTLY IS TO PRIORITIZE OUR CAPITAL PROGRAMS TO LOWER OPERATIONAL >> COSTS AND CAPACITY IN THE SYSTEM SO THAT >> OUR RECOMMENDATION IS FOR THE COMMITTEE TO ACCEPT US SEWER AND STORM ANNUAL REPORT AND YEAH >> THANK YOU MATTHEW AND WE ARE AVAILABLE FOR IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS THANK YOU >> RIGHT MOST UNTIL THE >> SECOND THANK YOU I WILL TAKE ANY QUESTIONS FROM THE PUBLIC OR COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC SEE NO HANDS RAISED TO MY COLLEAGUES HAVE ANY QUESTIONS? YOU DON’T SEE ANY HANDS RAISED >> THERE EITHER I HAVE ONE QUESTION, MATTHEW FOR THE THE CAST IRON PIPES AND THE PIPE SIZES ARE THOSE MAPS THROUGHOUT THE CITY? DO YOU KNOW WHAT SIZE PIPE EXISTS EVERYWHERE IN THE CITY >>? YES, WE DO

WE HAVE A VERY ROBUST GSI GEE I S SORRY PROGRAM WOULD OPEN UP THE PIPELINE IN >> THE SYSTEM IN THE CITY AND IT’S GOING NOW TO PIPE MATERIAL AS WELL AS THE SIZE OF THE PIPE SO YES, WE DO KNOW ON THE CAST IRON PIPE IN >> THE CITY AND WE HAVE A PROGRAM TO GO IN AND REPLACE ON A LITTLE BY LITTLE BECAUSE WE HAVE LIMITED FOR EACH YEAR BUT YEAH, WE ARE PLANNING TO TO REPLACE ALL OF THE CAST IRON PIPE AND REPLACE WITH DR. IRON PIPE >> SIMILAR TO THE PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM DO YOU HAVE THAT INFORMATION AVAILABLE ONLINE SO PEOPLE CAN GET A SENSE OF WHAT’S COMING WHEN? BECAUSE IT I’M SURE IT’S AS DISRUPTIVE AS AS STREET PAVEMENT TO A NEIGHBORHOOD WHEN YOU’RE GOING TO GO IN AND DO THOSE IS THAT INFORMATION AVAILABLE? WE GET QUESTIONS A LOT IN OUR IN OUR OFFICE AT LEAST I’M SURE OTHER COUNCIL MEMBERS GET THIS ONE WHEN WORK IS BEING DONE, PEOPLE ASK QUESTIONS I’M SURE YOU SEND OUT A MAILER BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN THAT EVERYBODY SEES IT AND I OFTEN GET THE QUESTION AS A RESULT HEY, THEY JUST PAVE MY STREET NOW NOW THEY’RE DIGGING IT UP AND THEY’RE DOING SOMETHING ELSE AND SOMETIMES IT’S NOT IT’S NOT THE CITY IT’S YOU KNOW, IT COULD BE VALLEY WATER DOING SOMETHING IT COULD BE PG&E DOING SOMETHING BUT IT WOULD BE NICE IF WE HAD THE SAME RESOURCE AS THE PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE MAPS AND AND THEY DO A THREE YEAR OUTLOOK FOR US AND IT’S A REALLY NICE MAP AND IT’S COLOR CODED FOR EACH YEAR ABOUT WHAT WHAT PROJECTS ARE PLANNED DO YOU HAVE THAT AVAILABLE FOR THE THE SANITARY SEWER PROJECT ? >> WE CAN CREATE ONE WE CAN DEFINITELY DO ONE WE’LL LOOK INTO HOW WE CAN POST COUNCIL MEMBER DAVID SAYS MICHAEL CONNELL AGAIN ALL OF OUR ALL OF OUR PROJECTS HAVE A PROJECTS SPECIFIC INFO SHEET IN THE CAPITAL BUDGET WITH A MAP WE ALSO HAVE A PORTAL ON THE PUBLIC WORKS WEB SITE WHERE WE LOAD PUBLIC PROJECTS INCLUDING SOME OF THOSE UTILITY PERMITS FROM THE NON CITY CONTRACTORS ALSO THE STORM AND SANITARY MAPS THAT WE USE DAILY ARE IN THE UTILITY VIEWER APPLICATION >> OK ON THE CITY’S WEB SITE AND IT WILL TELL YOU THE DIAMETER THE FROM THOSE THAT INFORMATION WE CAN ACTUALLY PULL TRACK MAPS THAT SHOW WHEN THE SIDEWALK LOOKS AND SEWERS WENT IN FOR THE TRACK SO YES, WE HAVE A LOT OF INFORMATION AND ALL OF THAT IS FRONT LOADED TO DIEP T MAKE THEIR DECISIONS ABOUT PAVING WE KNOW WE’RE ON A 10 YEAR CYCLE AND WE WANT TO GET THERE AHEAD T EVERY TIME AND WE’RE REALLY FOCUSING ON OUTREACH TO THE UNDERGROUND UTILITIES AS WELL YEAH TO LIMIT THE DISRUPTION HANK >> AND THAT’S COORDINATED COUNCILOR DAVIS THAT’S COORDINATED OUT OF DIEP T SAYS A THREE YEAR PLAN TOGETHER AND THEN WE KNOW WHAT’S KIND OF COMING BEHIND IT IF YOU WILL THEY DO MAJOR COORDINATION STARTING WITH PUBLIC WORKS, THE DIFFERENT SEWER PROGRAMS, THE PRIVATE UTILITIES, ET CETERA WE’RE OBVIOUSLY PAVING MORE STREETS COVERING MORE THAN THEY ARE REPAIRING SEWERS IT’S JUST THAT THAT SCHEDULE IS AHEAD OF IT BUT AS MIKE POINTED OUT, IF WE SEE FROM OUR INSPECTION DATA OUR SERVICE CALLED DATA THAT THERE ARE CHALLENGES OR REPAIRS NEEDED IN LOCATIONS WHERE DUTY IS GOING TO GET TO THAT’S HIGHLY COORDINATED THE REPAIRS THAT YOU SEE SHORTLY AFTER A PAYMENT PROJECT ARE EITHER AN EMERGENCY OR PRIMARILY AN EMERGENCY OR A UTILITY COMPANY THAT REALLY WASN’T AS EFFECTIVE AS THEY COULD HAVE BEEN IN COMMUNICATING TO US WHAT THEIR NEEDS WERE I THINK WE HAVE PRETTY TIGHT COORDINATION AND CITY AND OUTSIDE THE CITY IT’S GETTING BETTER AND BETTER EVERY YEAR >> THANK YOU THAT’S THAT’S REALLY HELPFUL AND I KNOW SOMETIMES THAT THE EXTENSIVE WORK THAT THAT THE SANITARY SEWER TAKES AND THEN THEY’LL YOU KNOW, THEY’LL PAVE OVER IT AND THEY KNOW YOU’RE COMING AND SO ALL HERE WELL THEY JUST PAVED NOW THEY’RE PAVING IT AGAIN AND THEN IT WILL BE THAT WE’VE WE’VE HAD THAT SCENARIO COME UP TO WHERE IT WAS THE THE PIPE GOT REPLACED AND THEY HAD TO DO A BIG PATCH JOB AND THEN YOU GUYS WENT IN AND DID >> THE THE FINEST THAT’S THAT’S VERY COMMON FOR A BETTER FINISH TO ALLOW THAT PAVING CONTRACTOR TO BACKFILL HIS TRENCH WITH PERMANENT ASPHALT ON A DAILY BASIS AND THEN AT THE END OF THE JOB WITH ONE MOBILIZATION WE GRIND THE ENTIRE AREA AND REPAVE IT WITH THE MACHINE PLACED PAVER

WHICH LIMITS THE REFLECTION OF ANY OF THOSE TRENCH CRACKS UP AND OUT OF THAT TRENCH >> THANK YOU AND IT DOESN’T LOOK LIKE ANY OF MY OTHER COLLEAGUES RAISE THEIR HANDS SO WE WILL TAKE ROLL FOR THIS ITEM >> YASMIN FIRST WE HAVE ESPARZA YES, US YES YES >> RIGHT PERALEZ I >> AND DAVIS I THANK YOU THANK YOU SO >> WE CAN MOVE ON TO ITEM 3 THE REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION ACTIVITIES QUARTERLY REPORT JOHN RESTORE THIS IS YOU AND YOUR TEAM THANK YOU COUNCIL MEMBER JOHN BRISTOW, DIRECTOR TRANSPORTATION WE’VE ACTUALLY GOT TWO ITEMS HERE FOR YOU TODAY FOR THE COMMITTEE ONE IS A REGIONAL PROJECTS UPDATE SECOND ONE IS AN UPDATE ON OUR ACCESS MOBILITY PLAN >> EACH OF CAN I YES AND I CUT IN BECAUSE THERE WAS A REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION MEASURE AND WE DIDN’T WE HAVEN’T OFFICIALLY TALKED ABOUT THAT AT ANY COMMITTEE MEETING YET SO THE REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION MEASURE ARE PASSED HERE AND I HOPE I’M NOT STEPPING ON ANYBODY BUT I DON’T THINK YOU GUYS ARE GOING GONNA MENTION WELL YOU CAN STILL GET UNDER WAY IN A WAY THAT WE WERE >> GLAD SINCE YOU’RE A COUNTERING BOARD MEMBER, IT’S VERY GOOD TO HAVE YOU’VE MENTIONED IT FIRST SO THANK >> YOU I WAS VERY EXCITED ABOUT IT THAT IT PASSED IT WAS I’VE BEEN ON THE TRAIN BOARD FOR FOUR YEARS AND I KNOW A COUNCIL MEMBER PERALEZ WAS ON THE CALTRANS BOARD BEFORE ME FOR TWO YEARS AND I’M SURE HE IS JUST AS HAPPY AS I AM THAT CAL TRAIN NOW HAS A REGIONAL SALES TAX DEDICATED FUNDING SOURCE SO I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE YOUR WAY I HAD TO GET THAT IN WELL >> GREAT I’M GLAD YOU BROUGHT IT UP BECAUSE IT IS IMPORTANT TO ALL OF THE THESE KIND OF PROJECTS THAT WE’RE DOING THIS IS ENSURING THAT WE’VE GOT FUNDING FOR THEM FROM A NUMBER SO WELL WITH ME TO DO IT TODAY AS WE GO THROUGH THESE PRESENTATIONS ARE JESSICA ZINK, A DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR DIEP AND SO YOUR GOAL ZADA AND THEN ON THE SECOND ITEM RAMSEY’S MIGHT DO BOTH OF THEM DIVISION MANAGERS I WANTED TO JUST GIVE A LITTLE BIT OF CONTEXT OF WHAT WE’RE DOING WITH BOTH OF THE ITEMS THEY DO FIT TOGETHER PRETTY WELL >> PROJECT UPDATES ARE REALLY PROJECTS THAT ARE WHEN WE THINK WHY IS THE CITY OF SAN JOSE INVOLVED IN THEM AND THEY’RE REALLY PROJECTS THAT ARE EITHER SPONSORED BY ANOTHER AGENCY’S RIGHT OF WAY SO >> THERE’S A COUPLE OF REASONS WHY WE WOULD WANT TO BE INVOLVED IN THEM FIRST ONE IS THAT SINCE THEY ARE EVEN EVEN THOUGH THEY MAY BE SPONSORED BY ANOTHER AGENCY OR SOMEWHAT IN THEIR RIGHT OF WAY, THEY’RE ALL SAN JOSE AND IMPORTANT TO THE CITY SO WE WANT TO BE IN HOW THOSE PROJECTS GET DESIGNED TO BE THE BEST THEY CAN BE FOR THE CITY OUR BUSINESSES AND RESIDENTS AND THAT GOES FOR BOTH THE TRANSIT PROJECTS THAT WE WORK ON AS WELL AS HIGHWAY PROJECTS AND OTHER REALLY BIG REASON IS WHEN WE GET A CHANCE TO ACTUALLY BE THE LEAD AGENCY TO ADVANCE THESE PROJECTS PARTICULARLY ON THE HIGHWAY SIDE FROM EARLY STAGES OF DESIGN CONCEPTUAL DESIGN ENVIRONMENTAL THAT ALLOWS US TO ACTUALLY PUT OUR IMPRINT ON THAT PROJECT THAT ALLOWS US TO REALLY DESIGN THAT IN A WAY THAT IS BENEFICIAL TO THE >> PRNS AND THEN REALLY IMPORTANT IS ACTUALLY WE CAN ADVANCE THOSE PROJECTS USING CITY FUNDS WHETHER THEY BE FROM TRAFFIC IMPACT FUNDS OR OTHERS WHEREAS IF IT WAS LEFT UP TO POTENTIALLY THE OTHER AGENCY IN THIS CASE MAYBE CALTRANS THOSE PROJECTS MAY LANGUISH FOR QUITE A WHILE SO IT ALLOWS US TO ACTUALLY ADVANCE THOSE PROJECTS, PREPARE THEM TO COMPETE FOR FEDERAL, STATE AND REGIONAL FUNDING WHICH IS REALLY IMPORTANT AND IT’S THE SOME OF THE REASONS THAT YOU JUST MENTIONED TRYING TO GET SOME OF THAT REGIONAL FUNDING FROM SALES TAX MEASURES OUT THERE FOR HIGHWAY PROJECTS AND THEY ARE IN CALTRANS RIGHT AWAY AND WE WE DO GET A LOT OF QUESTIONS ABOUT WHY WE MIGHT BE INVOLVED IN A HIGHWAY PROJECT BUT THESE ARE TYPICALLY IF YOU SEE ALL THE ONES THAT WE’RE EITHER GOING TO REPORT ON TODAY OR OTHER ONES THAT WE HAVE BROUGHT TO COUNCIL BEFORE, THEY’RE REALLY ALL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SUPPORTING ACCESS PROJECTS IN OTHER WORDS, REDOING AN INTERCHANGE OR AN OVER CROSSING TO REALLY PROVIDE BETTER ACCESS TO AN AREA FOR DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT AND THEN MOST IMPORTANTLY WHAT WE ACTUALLY ARE ABLE TO DO WITH THESE PROJECTS IS ACTUALLY DESIGN THEM IN A WAY THAT IT REALLY FITS WITH THE WAY WE WANT TO SEE THESE PROJECTS IN OTHER WORDS, A VERY, VERY HIGH DESIGN DEGREE FOR MULTI-MODAL SAFE PASSAGE BY

BOTH PEDESTRIANS AND BICYCLISTS AS WELL AS WE’RE WHERE IT MAKES SENSE ALSO VEHICLES >> A >> LITTLE BIT OF THAT TOO THEY IT ACTUALLY GOES ALL THE WAY THROUGH ALL OUR PROJECTS ZEIGER IS GONNA GO THROUGH INCLUDING OVER CROSSING THESE OTHER ONES WE’VE ACTUALLY BEEN ABLE TO LEVERAGE THESE HIGHWAY FUNDS THAT MAY BE COMING FROM MEASURE B OR STATE OR FEDERAL FUNDS TO ACTUALLY REALLY DO A GREAT JOB OF ACTUALLY PROVIDING REAL SAFE PASSAGE WAYS FOR PEDESTRIAN BICYCLISTS IN ZAIRE IS GONNA SHOW YOU A COUPLE OF PICTURES OF WHAT WE’RE ALREADY IN CONSTRUCTION AND PLANNING AND A NUMBER OF THESE PROJECTS THE SECOND PIECE IS ACCESS AND MOBILITY PLAN IS ACTUALLY REALLY IMPORTANT BECAUSE THE REGIONAL THINGS ARE THOSE THAT WE’RE WORKING ON TODAY AND WITH THAT WHAT RAMSEY’S GONNA TALK ABOUT IS REALLY OUR STRATEGIC PLAN OF HOW WE ACTUALLY RETHINK AND PREPARE OURSELVES FOR NEW MOBILITY, HOW WE’RE GOING TO APPROACH THIS, HOW WE’RE PRIORITY WE WILL NEED TO PRIORITIZE AND THEN PREPARE THE CITY MAYBE DIFFERENT ORGANIZATIONALLY JUST TO TO DEAL WITH THESE NEW CHALLENGES COME UP SO THAT WAS A LITTLE BIT OF BACKGROUND AND THEN WE’RE GONNA HIT ALL OF THESE THINGS AND I THINK WE’RE READY SO YOU’RE ARE YOU FIRST? YEAH OK, WE’RE GONNA JUMP IF THERE’S ANY QUESTIONS ON ON ANYTHING FIRST OR WE WILL JUMP RIGHT IN TO THE REGIONAL ACTIVITIES >> GO AHEAD THANK YOU SO JUST JOHN I THINK YOU PROVIDED REALLY GOOD INPUT IN TERMS OF WHAT WE’RE GOING TO BE TALKING ABOUT IN MY PRESENTATION REALLY KIND OF GOES ALONG WITH THAT SO GOOD AFTERNOON COMMITTEE MEMBERS AND MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC MY NAME IS THEY HERE ARE THAT DIVISION MANAGER A DEVOTED MANAGING THE PROJECT DELIVERY PROGRAM TODAY I’M GONNA BE WHAT I’M GOING TO PROVIDE AN OVERVIEW OF THE REGION AND THE HIGHWAY PROGRAM AND SUMMARIZE THE BENEFITS OF THESE PROJECTS ON OUR TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM AND THEN I’LL HAND IT OVER TO MY COLLEAGUE JESSICA ZANG, THE DIRECTOR OF PLANNING AND PROJECT DELIVERY WHO WILL COVER THE REGIONAL RAIL AND TRANSIT PROGRAMS SO WITHOUT FURTHER ADO I’LL GET INTO THE REGIONAL HIGHWAY PROGRAM BUT FIRST BEFORE I PRESENT I’D LIKE TO TURN OFF MY VIDEO FOR SOME REASON MY MY WI-FI HAS NOT BEEN COOPERATING TODAY SO I’LL GO AHEAD AND TURN THAT OFF IF IT’S OK WITH EVERYBODY PLEASE LET ME KNOW IF YOU CAN HEAR ME OR YOU CAN SO I CAN >> SEE THAT WE CAN IT THANK YOU SO >> PREVIOUSLY THE FOCUS OF THE HIGHWAY REGIONAL PROGRAM PRESENTATION HAS BEEN SUMMARIZED KEY POINTS OF THE TUNING REPORT WHICH PROVIDES DETAIL UPDATES ON INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS I HOPE YOU HAD OR WE’LL HAVE A CHANCE TO READ THE FULL REPORT TODAY I’LL PROVIDE SOME OF THOSE KEY UPDATES BUT GIVEN THE MERGER OF THE MAJOR SIZE IN TERMS OF SCOPE FUNDING AND THE RESOURCES NEEDED TO COMPLETE THESE REGIONAL HIGHWAY PROJECTS, I REALLY FOCUS ON THE IMPORTANT BENEFITS THAT THESE PROJECTS PROVIDE AND HOW OUR DESIGN FOCUS HAS CHANGED TO PRIORITIZE SAFETY, PROMOTE ALTERNATIVE MODES OF TRANSPORTATION THROUGH OUR DESIGNS SINCE SOME OF THESE PROJECTS HAVE BEEN INVISION AND VARIOUS PLANNING DOCUMENTS FOR OVER 30 PLUS YEARS AND HAVE BEEN USED TO SUPPORT PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN THE SURROUNDING PROJECT AREAS WITH THE FUNDING PICTURE NOW CLEARER WITH THE PASSAGE OF 2016 MEASURE B SINCE THEN T HAS DEVELOPMENT POLICY IN DEVELOPING CONTRIBUTION FUNDING TO GRASSO TO AGGRESSIVELY EMBARK ON DEVELOPING AND DESIGNING ALL OUR PRIORITY HIGH ROAD PROJECTS AND AS ADVANCED THE FIRST MEASURE BE FUNDED PROJECT THE BLOSSOM HEEL PROJECT INTO CONSTRUCTION >> CHANGED CHANGE THE SLIDE HERE THANK AS WE’VE BEEN DEVELOPING AND DESIGNING THE HIGHWAY PROJECTS WE ARE NOT JUST LOOKING TO BUILD PROJECTS AS THEY WERE PLANNED YEARS AGO BUT RATHER WE HAVE FOCUSED OUR ATTENTION TO SCOPE AND DESIGN THE PROJECTS TO BETTER ALIGN WITH THE CITY’S CURRENT CLIMATE AND MULTIMODAL MOBILITY POLICIES AND GOALS I THINK AS AN EXAMPLE GIVEN THAT THE NATURE OF THE REGIONAL HIGHWAY PROJECTS IN TERMS OF ITS SIZE AND SCOPE PROVIDES A GREAT OPPORTUNITY TO MODERNIZE OUR MAJOR INFRASTRUCTURE BY USING THE CITY’S COMPLETE STREET DESIGN STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES TO PROVIDE SAFE DIRECT CONNECTION BETWEEN COMMUNITIES THAT HAVE BEEN DIVIDED BY FREEWAYS AND THE ENERGY CHANGES HAVE BECOME MOBILITY BARRIERS FOR OUR MOST VULNERABLE USERS AND ARE IN OUR

PEDESTRIANS CYCLISTS LIKE >> A GOOD EXAMPLE THESE TYPES OF IMPROVEMENT BEING CHANGED AND BEING DESIGNED AND CONSTRUCTED ARE INCLUDED IN THE BLOSSOM HILL ROAD INTERCHANGE PROJECT IN SSA CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION IN THE TRIMBLE ROAD GALAXY’S BOULEVARD INTERCHANGE PROJECT IN SOUTH SAUNAS A KNOCKED OUT EXCUSE ME CURRENTLY COMPLETING DESIGN THE US MAY VARY ONE TO ONE PROJECT IS A GOOD EXAMPLE OF LOOKING AT ALTERNATIVES NEARBY IN IN IN IN THIS CASE INCLUDING BERRYESSA WHAT MODIFICATION TO OAKLAND WROTE IN A CHANGE AS AN ALTERNATIVE LOCATION TO MAY VARY IN A CHANGE THIS ALTERNATIVE MAY PROVIDE BETTER AND BROADER AND SAFE SAFETY BENEFITS FOR A VARIETY OF USERS AND MAY BE BETTER ALIGNED WITH THE MOBILITY DEMANDS FOR THE AREA GIVEN THE PROXIMITY TO BERRYESSA BART STATION AND THE DEVELOPMENT THAT HAS PLANNED FOR THE AREA >> THEY USE ONE TO ONE ANCHOR OVER CROSSING IN THE TOXIC OVERCLOCK SOME PROJECTS ARE BOTH GOOD EXAMPLES OF HOW TWO COMMUNITIES THAT ARE OTHERWISE DIVIDED BY FREEWAYS CAN HAVE DIRECT SAFE EFFICIENT CONNECTIONS FOR ALL USERS THE TWO EIGHTY WINCHESTER PROJECT IS A GOOD EXAMPLE OF ADDRESSING THE WELL ESTABLISHED AND RECOGNIZED CONGESTION IN SANTANA ROAD STEVEN SQUEAK IN WINCHESTER AREA IT WILL ALSO PROVIDE A NEW REPLACEMENT OF THE OLD PEDESTRIAN OVER CROSSING WITH A NEW PEDESTRIAN BIKE OR CROSSING WITH MODERN AIR OPEN AIR AND WELCOMING DESIGN ELEMENTS THAT BETTER ALIGN WITH THE BIKE LANE NETWORK AND THEN IN THE AREA THE BLOSSOM HILL IN A CHANGE IMPROVEMENT PROJECT IS A GOOD EXAMPLE OF HOW WE FOCUS THE MAJOR SCOPE OF THE PROJECT TO CONSTRUCT A SEPARATED CLASS ONE PEDESTRIAN BIKE PATH ELIMINATING AT GRADE CROSSING AT THE ON OFF RAMPS DEPICTED HERE IN THE GREEN >> THE MULTI >> USE PATH WHAT CONNECT THE COYOTE CREEK TRAIL WHAT >> VANTAGE CROSSING ON THE WEST SIDE WHICH CONNECTS THE EATONVILLE COMMUNITY AREA SOME KEY DESIGN FEATURES TO INCLUDE BOTH SEPARATED OVER CROSSINGS AND OTHER CROSSING WITH OAK LEAVES DESIGN DECORATIONS ON THE SIDE WALLS AND FENCING WITH TRAPEZOID OR OPENINGS TO UNDER FOR THE UNDER CROSSINGS LETTING IN MORE NATURAL LIGHT >> THERE HAS BEEN >> SOME QUESTIONS RECENTLY RAISED ABOUT THE CURRENT DESIGN LOCATION OF THE PEDESTRIAN CROSSING BEING ALONG BLOSSOM HILL ROAD AND NOT BEING ALONG FORD ROAD >> THE REASON BLOSSOM HILL ALTERNATIVE IN GREEN WAS SELECTED BECAUSE IT IS A DIRECT CONNECTION TO ZENDESK CROSSING KYRIE CREEK TRAIL CONSISTENT WITH THE EATONVILLE AREA DEVELOPMENT POLICY AND IS VISIBLE IN ACCESSIBLE FROM BLOSSOM HILL ROAD SUPPORT IT IS ALSO SUPPORTED BY THE BROADER COMMUNITY THROUGH OUR EXTENSIVE OUTREACH DURING THE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS >> THE REASON FORD ROAD ALTERNATIVE DEPICTED HERE BY THE RED ARROW WAS NOT SELECTED WAS BECAUSE SUBSTANTIAL COSTS INCREASE TWO ADDITIONAL IMPROVEMENTS ON FORD ROAD AND THE REQUIRED BIKE PATH ACCOMMODATIONS THAT WOULD STILL NEED TO BE MADE ON BLOSSOM HILL ROAD TO MAINTAIN SAFETY AT THE INTERSECTIONS AND IS IN CONSIST WHAT THE EATONVILLE AREA DEVELOPMENT POLICY AND THE RIGHT AWAY NEEDED FOR FOR ROAD ALIGNMENT WOULD MEAN SIGNIFICA IMPACTS TO PROPERTY OWNERS ALONG FORD ROAD ESPECIALLY THOSE SINGLE SINGLE FAMILY HOMES ALONG THAT CORRIDOR >> THAT TRIMBLE >> PROJECT IS ANOTHER GOOD EXAMPLE OF USING OUT-OF-THE-BOX IDEAS FOR THE BIKE HAD ELEMENTS IN THE DESIGN PROJECT THE TOP TWO PICTURES SHOW A COMPLETELY SEPARATE CLASS ONE MULTI-MODAL PATH THAT ELIMINATES MOST AT GREAT COST SINCE THE OTHER CROSSINGS ARE DESIGNED WITH DIAGONAL OPENINGS ALLOWING SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF NATURAL LIGHT WE ARE ALSO USING SAN JOSE’S COMPLETE STREET STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES IN OUR DESIGN AS DEPICTED IN THE PICTURE ON THE BOTTOM RIGHT SHOWING PROTECTED BIKE LANES CROSSING AT THE INTERSECTION IN ADDITION, I’M PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT TRIMBLE PROJECT HAS JUST BEEN AWARDED TWENTY FIVE MILLION DOLLARS IN SB ONE GRANT FUNDING FOR CONSTRUCTION THIS IS GREAT NEWS SINCE WE ARE NEARING COMPLETION OF FINAL

DESIGN AND TOGETHER WITH THE MEASURE B FUNDING WE CAN MOVE THE PROJECT INTO CONSTRUCTION WITH ANTICIPATED COMPLETION IN 2025 >> >> THE BLOSSOM HILL PROJECT AND THIS PROJECT ARE BOTH GOOD EXAMPLES OF TAKING THESE FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES THAT WE HAVE TODAY 2 ALSO WE NEED AND MODERNIZE OUR AGING INFRASTRUCTURE WHICH WOULD WHICH WOULD OTHERWISE BE VERY COSTLY AND MOST LIKELY WILL NOT GET THE FUNDING NEEDED TO GET DONE >> THE U.S. ONE TO ONE MAYBE OUR PROJECT IS A GOOD EXAMPLE OF HOW WE ARE LOOKING AT DIFFERENT PROJECTS ALTERNATIVES IN TERMS OF SCOPE, LOCATION TO BETTER ALIGN WITH THE BERRYESSA PARK AND THE CITY’S MOBILITY AND CLIMATE PRIORITIES AND CURRENT AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENT PLANS IN THE AREA IN THE CASE OF MAYBE EVERY PROJECT WE ARE LOOKING AT BERRYESSA LOCATION WITH MODIFICATION TO OAKLAND ROAD IN A CHANGE AS AN ALTERNATIVE TO MAYBE RELOCATION FOR THE PROJECT THIS WAS THIS WILL BE STUDIED IN THE PROJECT DEVELOPMENT PHASE THE PROJECT HAS BEEN RECENTLY AWARDED TO H H AND TB CONSULTANT TO DEVELOP THE PROJECT THROUGH THE ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENT PHASE WITH FINAL DESIGN EXPECTED START IN LATE 2020 FOR THE CHALK UP AVENUE EXTENSION OVER 80 80 IN ZENKO ROAD OVER U.S. 1 1 OVER CROSSING PROJECTS ARE BOTH GOOD EXAMPLES OF WHEN COMPLETED WILL PROVIDE A SAFE DIRECT MULTIMODAL CONNECTION BETWEEN COMMUNITIES OTHERWISE DIVIDED BY MAJOR FREEWAYS WITH LIMITED SAFE ACCESS TO PEDESTRIANS AND CYCLISTS ALIKE IN THE CASE OF ZENKO ROAD WE ARE GOING ONE STEP FURTHER AND REDESIGNING THE EXISTING INEFFICIENT ON OFF RAMPS THE US ONE TO ONE TO IMPROVE THE OVERALL OPERATION AREA IF SUCCESSFUL THE ADDED BENEFIT WILL CREATE A WIN WIN OPPORTUNITY FOR RIGHT AWAY SWAP BETWEEN CALTRANS AND THE ADJACENT DEVELOPER WHO OWNS AND HAS RESERVED THE RIGHT AWAY NEEDED FOR THE NEW ON AND OFF RAMP AT BEARING DRIVE THE RIGHT AWAY VACATED FROM THE OLD ON OFF RAMPS WHICH CALTRANS CURRENTLY OWNS COULD WE COULD BE SWAPPED FOR THE DEVELOPER RIGHT AWAY THAT WILL BE USED FOR THE NEW >> ON AND RAMPS THIS WILL CREATE A SIGNIFICANT POTENTIAL SAVINGS FOR THE PROJECT SOME INITIAL DISCUSSION WITH CALTRANS HAS ALREADY TAKEN PLACE AND CALTRANS HAS SHOWN OPENNESS TO THIS IDEA >> AND FINALLY THE TWO 80 WINCHESTER OFFER RAMP PROJECT CURRENTLY IN THE ENVIRONMENTAL PHASE IS REALLY A GOOD EXAMPLE REPRESENTING ALL THESE ELEMENTS THAT I HAVE DESCRIBED TODAY IT HAS A SEPARATE MULTIMODAL CONNECTION OVER TO 80 AND WORKING WITH OUR PARTNERS AT PR NESS THE PROJECT TEAM’S HOPES TO EXPLORE DESIGN IDEAS THAT INTEGRATE OVER CROSSING WITH THE ADJACENT SANTANA PARK CREATING AN INVITING PLACE FOR ALL USERS CONNECTING THE TWO COMMUNITIES CURRENTLY SEPARATED BY THE INTERSTATE TO 80 OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS I’VE HAD A PRIVILEGE TO HELP ADVANCE THESE PROJECTS AND OVER TIME I HAVE RECOGNIZED THAT SIGNIFICANT NEEDS FOR THE PROJECTS IN OUR CITY IN ORDER FOR US TO HELP ADVANCE OUR MOBILITY CLIMATE PRIORITIES AND RENEW OUR INFRASTRUCTURE >> AND WE ARE DOING THIS BY PROVIDING BY PROVIDING SAFE DERECK CONNECTION >> EXCUSE ME >> BY PROVIDING A SAFE DIRECT CONNECTION BETWEEN COMMUNITIES DIVIDED BY FREEWAYS CONNECTING TRAILS IN MAJOR BIKE WAY AND PEDESTRIAN QUARTERS TO PROVIDE BETTER NETWORK CONNECTIVITY AND FINALLY THESE PROJECTS MODERNIZE OUR AGING INFRASTRUCTURE AND WITH THAT I WILL TURN IT OVER TO JESSICA ZANE TO PROVIDE AN UPDATE FOR THE REGIONAL RAIL PROGRAM THANK YOU >> THANK YOU SO HERE AND GOOD AFTERNOON, JESSICA THANKS DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR PLANNING AND PROJECT DELIVERY INDIA T CAN GO AHEAD TO THE NEXT SLIDE HERE AS EVERYBODY IS WELL AWARE THERE ARE A LOT OF REGIONAL RAIL AS WELL REGIONAL TRANSIT PROJECTS UNDERWAY THAT COME TOGETHER IN SAN JOSE MANY OF THEM IT ON STATION BUT ALSO AT OTHER KEY LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE CITY WHEN I START WITH MAYBE TODAY SHOULD BE NAMED FUNDING DAY PERHAPS WITH THE EXCITING NEWS ON TRIMBLE 1 0 1 AS WELL AS SOME OTHER PROJECTS COMING UP HERE GO AHEAD TO THE NEXT SLIDE >> THIS FALL SINCE THIS COMMITTEE LAST RECEIVED A REGIONAL

QUARTERLY ACTIVITY REPORT THE METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION AND A BAG THE ASSOCIATION OF BAY AREA GOVERNOR GOVERNMENTS HAVE FINALIZED A BLUEPRINT FOR PLAN BAY AREA 2050 PLAN BAY AREA IS THE THE REGION’S LAND USE AND TRANSPORTATION PLAN THAT’S AN INTEGRATED PLAN AS CALLED FOR PERTH SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES STRATEGIES AT THE STATE LEVEL WITHIN THIS FINAL BLUEPRINT FOR PLAN B AREA WE WANTED TO MAKE YOU AWARE OF A NUMBER OF TRANSIT INVESTMENTS THAT ARE CALLED OUT MANY OF THEM NEW TO REFLECT THE GROWING POPULATION ANTICIPATED BOTH PEOPLE LIVING AND WORKING WITHIN SANTA CLARA COUNTY IN RECOGNITION OF THE HIGH AMOUNT OF GROWTH, UPWARDS OF 40 PERCENT OF THE BAY AREA’S GROWTH IS ANTICIPATED TO OCCUR WITHIN OUR COUNTY THE METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION STAFF WORKED TO REALLY SAY ASK THE QUESTION OF WHAT TRANSPORTATION INVESTMENTS ARE NEEDED TO MAKE SURE THAT OUR FUTURE IS SUSTAINABLE WITHIN THIS PLANNED AREA FRAMEWORK >> SO WE WORK TOGETHER IN SIGNIFICANT WAYS TO MAKE SURE THAT THIS LIST REFLECTED OUR PRIORITIES AND WANTED TO CALL YOUR ATTENTION TO THE INCREASE IN FUNDING SIGNIFICANT INCREASES FOR CAL TRAIN AND HIGH SPEED RAIL THERE ARE A NUMBER OF INVESTMENTS WITHIN PLAN BAY AREA FOR BOTH OF THESE SYSTEMS THAT ARE COMPLEMENTARY AND THERE IS ALSO FOR THE FIRST TIME A REAL PLACE HOLDER YOU’LL SEE THIS ELECTRIFICATION AND MODERNIZATION LINE ITEM PERTAINING TO PARTAKE OF PASS >> THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE SERVED ON CAL TRAIN OR CURRENTLY SERVE ON CAL TRAIN KNOW THAT THAT IS SOUTH OF THE CURRENT CAL TRAIN LINE AND THAT INVESTMENT IS REALLY A PLACE HOLDER FROM THE REGION TO SAY TO THE STATE AND TO PERHAPS THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT YOU KNOW WE AS A REGION SUPPORT BRINGING HIGH SPEED RAIL AND MODERNIZING CAL TRAIN TOGETHER IN THIS QUARTER WITH OUR FUNDS THERE’S ALSO SIGNIFICANT FUNDING PLANNED FOR DIEP ON STATION FOR THE AIRPORT CONNECTOR BETWEEN DETROIT AND THE NETS NASA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT >> FOR ROBUST TRANSIT ALONG STEVENS CREEK CORRIDOR FOR LIGHT RAIL MODERNIZATION AND THAT’S BOTH IN NORTH SAN SAY AS WELL AS IN DOWNTOWN FOR CAPITAL CORRIDOR AND EAST PROJECTS SO THERE’S REALLY A A SLATE OF NEW INVESTMENTS NOW I SHOULD ALSO MAKE SURE TO CLARIFY THAT PLAN B AREA IS WHAT’S CALLED FISCALLY CONSTRAINED PLAN BUT IT IS NOT MONEY THAT’S IN THE BANK SO WHAT THE STAFF AT THE METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION DO IS THEY PROJECT OUT OVER THE LIFE OF THIS PLAN HOW MUCH FUNDING WE EXPECT TO RECEIVE AS A REGION AND THEN THEY PROGRAM FUNDING TO THE DIFFERENT NEEDS THAT ARE PRIORITIZED WITHIN THE THE COUNTIES AND BY THE REGION AS A WHOLE SO IT’S IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT THIS IS A >> REALLY GREAT STEP FOR OUR PRIORITIES TO HAVE ALL OF THESE LISTED AND PLANNED BAY AREA BUT THERE’S NOT LIKE A BANK ACCOUNT THAT WE COULD GO TO TO START CHARGING AGAINST THESE THESE PROJECTS WE DO NEED TO MOVE FORWARD WITH STATE AND FEDERAL GRANT >> PURSUITS WITH PERHAPS ADDITIONAL REGIONAL MEASURES, WITH DIFFERENT POLICY CHOICES THAT WILL ACTUALLY TURN THIS INTO QUOTE UNQUOTE REAL MONEY ALL RIGHT NEXT SLIDE >> ALL RIGHT AND HERE IS THE REITERATION IT’S DEFINITELY WORTH SAYING AT LEAST TWO TIMES THAT FOR THE FIRST TIME HISTORY CAL TRAIN NOW HAS A DEDICATED SOURCE OF FUNDING CAL TRAIN HAS BEEN OPERATING BASED OFF OF CONTRIBUTIONS FROM THE THREE COUNTIES SANTA CLARA COUNTY, SAN MATEO COUNTY IN SAN FRANCISCO COUNTY IN WHICH IT OPERATES AND FAIRS AND PARKING REVENUES AND THINGS LIKE SO IT HAS NEVER HAD PUBLIC FUNDING DIRECTLY GOING TO CALTRANS AS AN ENTITY AND THAT CHANGED WITH THE WITH MEASURE ARE PASSING >> SO IT’S PROJECTED TO RAISE MORE THAN ONE HUNDRED MILLION DOLLARS PER YEAR IT’S INCREASE TERRIBLY IMPORTANT IN THE NEAR TERM GIVEN THE DIFFICULTIES THAT CAPTURING HAS HAD IN OPERATING ALONG WITH OTHER TRANSIT OPERATORS DURING CAUFIELD BUT IT WILL ALSO ALLOW THE AGENCY TO MOVE FORWARD INTO THE FUTURE >> NEXT SLIDE THERE’S MANY OTHER PROJECTS MOVING FORWARD IN THE REGION INCLUDING OF COURSE THE BART TO EAST RIDGE CONNECTOR WHICH IS SLATED TO BEGIN CONSTRUCTION WORK THIS COMING YEAR WITH DARED ON INTEGRATED STATION CONCEPT WHICH YOU HAVE ALL HEARD MUCH ABOUT IN THE VARIOUS SEATS THAT YOU OCCUPY TO PAUSE ON HIGH

SPEED RAIL AND THE BART EXTENSION BECAUSE THEY’RE CURRENTLY MOVING FORWARD HIGH SPEED RAIL YOU’LL RECALL THAT THE DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL DOCUMENT WAS OUT LATE SPRING EARLY SUMMER FOR HIGH SPEED RAIL CITY COMMENTED FAIRLY EXTENSIVELY ON WITH OUR THE WORK GOING ON TWENTY ONE MILES THROUGH THE CITY OF SAN JOSE A >> HIGH SPEED RAIL IS LOOKING TO TALK ABOUT THEIR UPDATED BUSINESS PLAN THIS THURSDAY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGS AND THEY ARE EXPECTED OR REQUIRED I SHOULD SAY TO ADOPT A BUSINESS PLAN THIS MONTH NOW WE MAY HEAR ON THURSDAY THAT THAT >> BUSINESS PLAN MAY BE DELAYED FOR GOOD REASON, WHICH IS TO ALLOW FOR GREATER DISCUSSIONS WITH THE TRANSITION TEAM AND THEN THE NEW FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION BUT KEEP KEEP YOUR EYES PEELED FOR THAT AND THEN LAST BUT NOT LEAST ON THIS LIST THE BART EXTENSION MANY OF YOU HEARD AN UPDATE AT THE PTA MEETING LAST WEEK BUT THE PROJECT IS MOVING FORWARD THE CITY DID SIGN AN OVERARCHING UMBRELLA MASTER COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT THIS FALL WHICH IS PART OF FEEDING INTO THE BEATTY’S EXPEDITED PROJECT DELIVERY APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL FUNDING WE UNDERSTAND FROM THE VTR TEAM THAT THEY ARE GETTING READY WITH THEIR PARTNERS AT THE FTA TO SUBMIT FOR THAT EXPEDITED PROJECT DELIVERY APPLICATION HOPEFULLY WITHIN THIS WEEK SO GOOD NEWS ALL AROUND AND THAT IS ALL FOR US TODAY CAN GO FORWARD TO HEAR IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS WE ARE HERE FOR THEM >> THANK YOU WE’LL TAKE THE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC FIRST BEEKMAN THIS KIND OF CREPT UP ON ME WHEN I FIND MY SPEECH THANK YOU TO SPEAK TO THE MANY >> SUBJECTS OF THIS MEMO I HOPE WE CAN BE OPEN TO THE INVENTIVE ROAD IDEAS FOR THE CHARCOAL AVENUE AREA THAT RESPECT KIDS, TEACHERS AND PARENTS WHO WILL BE ATTENDING THE SCHOOL WITH MINIMAL ADDITIONAL CAR CAPITAL IN THE FUTURE WITH MUCH NEW 4G AND 5G BEING PLACED IN LOCAL NEIGHBORHOODS ACROSS CHANNELS AND BARRY AT THIS TIME >> AN IMPORTANT REMINDER IN LEARNING TO TRUST HOW OPEN PUBLIC POLICIES WITH SURVEILLANCE AND TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP GIVE VOICE AND MORE FOLEY BETTER ORGANIZED NEIGHBORHOOD SAFETY ACCOUNTABILITY AND LONG TERM COMMUNITY HARMONY AND SUSTAINABLE IDEAS AND GOALS WITH NEIGHBORHOOD SAFETY AND VISION ZERO GOALS AND IDEAS TO ASK A SIMPLE QUESTION WILL ELECTRIC BUSES AND ITS CHARGING NEED TO TAKE SOME SORT OF BUDGET? RESIDENTS OF THE NEXT SEVERAL YEARS AND BEFORE EXPERIMENTAL IDEAS FOR THE FUTURE OF THE LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM TO SIMPLY REPORT WHAT THOUGHT AND REFLECTION ABOUT THE CITY HSR THE CITY FREMONT IS IN ITS OWN ARGUMENTS TO BUILD A SECOND TRAIN STATION FOR THE FUTURE OF THE CAPITAL CORRIDOR FROM >> SACRAMENTO TO CONCLUDE I FELT SPARTAN STADIUM OR STADIUM HAVE ALWAYS BEEN CONSIDERED AS PLACES TO BUILD A NEW SHARKS ARENA IN A LOCAL COMMUNITY DAYDREAMING ABOUT CONVERTING THAT STAPLES CENTER INTO BART STATION CENTER FOR THE FUTURE OF THE DETROIT ON STATION GOOGLE VILLAGE AREA MEANWHILE THE FEATURE OF A DOWNTOWN SOUNDS GEARED ON AREA WITHOUT AS MANY CARS OR PARKING LOTS HAS ALWAYS BEEN VERY CONSIDER CONSIDERED BY LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND THE SITE PUBLIC MEETING PROCESS OVER NINE CAME TO SIMPLY OFFER TO OFFER A SIMPLE PERSPECTIVE ABOUT FUNDING ISSUES AT THIS TIME THERE CAN BE A SIMPLE LOGIC THAT LARGE PART FACE TO FUNDING AND INVESTING CAN BE PUT A FEW YEARS AND CAN POSSIBLY MAJOR BE MADE UP VERY QUICKLY AND THAT SOME ROADS CAN SIMPLY WAIT A FEW MORE YEARS FOR ITS MAINTENANCE NEED MAINTENANCE NEEDS WITH MEASURE B FUNDING AND ALSO THERE ARE THERE CAN BE GOOD EXAMPLES HOW TO CONTINUE CARES AND HEAR ITS ACT FUNDING CAN ACTUALLY WELL SUPPORT TRANSIT SERVICE NEEDS CALTRANS IS TAKING AN 18 MILLION DOLLAR LOSS THIS YEAR YET IT CAN TAKE THE TIME AND EFFORT TO NOT RAISE FARES AND STUDY IDEAS OF FUTURE EQUITY AND RIDERSHIP INSTEAD I THINK THESE PLANS ARE FINALIZED BEFORE A MAJOR R WAS PLACED UNDER THE FALL BALLOT TO CONCLUDE I HOPE AT ITS WORST THIS CURRENT PANDEMIC MAY ONLY BE FOR A FEW MORE YEARS I HOPE THERE CAN BE GOOD PROSPECTS FOR V-J PUNTING QUESTIONS AT THIS TIME THANK YOU >> THANK YOU THE NEXT SPEAKER IS ROBIN ROMER >> GOOD AFTERNOON AND THANK YOU I WANT TO BRIEFLY EXPAND ON STATS UPDATE FOR THE TAX CUT EXTENSION IT WAS GREAT TO READ IN THE MEMO THAT THE FINAL DESIGN FOR SHUGART IS NOT EXPECTED TO START TILL THE END OF NEXT YEAR AND THAT CONSTRUCTION WON’T START TILL 2023 THAT SHOULD GIVE US ENOUGH TIME TO ADDRESS THE OUTSTANDING ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND FIND WAYS TO PROVE TRUNCATE SO THAT THE PROJECT REFLECTS THE NEEDS OF THE WISHES OF THE COMMUNITY INVOLVED I ALSO HOPE WE’LL BE ABLE TO BRING THE PROJECT IN LINE WITH

THE CITY’S OWN GOALS FOR CLIMATE SMART ENVISIONS AND IF THE COMMITTEE MAY OHLONE ME ONE MORE COMMENT THIS ONE SLIGHTLY TONGUE IN CHEEK ACCORDING TO THIS DAF MEMO STAFF IS NOT SERCO TO SIT WITH DRIVE AND STAFF SO-CALLED LANE I LOOKED UP SERCO DRIVE ON GOOD MAPS AND THAT IS ACTUALLY A STREET IN MODESTO SO ALTHOUGH DOING SOMETHING TO IGNORE DATA MODESTO MIGHT BE SLIGHTLY OVERLY AMBITIOUS I DO LOVE THAT STAFF IS THINKING OUTSIDE AND IS WILLING TO THINK OUTSIDE OF THE BOX AND I HOPE THAT THAT IS THE SPIRIT THAT STAFF WILL BRING TO THE TABLE WHEN WE SIT TOGETHER ON JANUARY 14 THANK YOU SO MUCH >> THANK YOU ROBIN NOTED I’M SURE BY DIEP STAFF DO MY COLLEAGUES HAVE ANY QUESTIONS >>? COUNCIL MEMBER PERALEZ >> THANK YOU CHAIR THANK YOU FOR THE PRESENTATION VERY THOROUGH IT’S NICE TO SEE THE TOTALITY OF THE WORK >> I’M SORT OF DEEPLY INVOLVED WITH A NUMBER OF THESE PROJECTS AND SO I HAVE A GOOD UNDERSTANDING I WAS JUST CURIOUS JESSICA YOU MENTIONED IT BRIEFLY BUT THERE WILL BE A DISCUSSION NOW AT BCA OBVIOUSLY WITHIN THE STAFFS AS YOU POINT OUT AROUND THE CITIES AND THE COUNTY HERE ON UNDER THE ALLOCATION OF SOME OF THOSE DOLLARS THE SHORT TERM AND WHAT SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS WILL WE BE LOOKING AT FOR THE YOU KNOW, THE PROJECTS >> THAT YOU KIND OF LAID OUT HERE, ANYTHING THAT WE SHOULD BE ACUTELY AWARE OF AS THAT DISCUSSION IS GOING TO GO AWAY IN AND CLEARLY PTA BOARD WE’LL BE TAKING A DECISION ON THAT EARLY NEXT YEAR >> RIGHT AND JUST TO CLARIFY, I CANCEL PERALEZ ARE YOU REFERRING SPECIFICALLY TO THE DISCUSSIONS OF HOW MUCH OR B IS ALLOCATED OVER THE NEAR TERM >>? YES, SPECIFICALLY THE MEASURE B DOLLARS OKAY, GREAT >> AND I KNOW THAT BOTH JOHN AND ZAHIR HAVE BEEN VERY INVOLVED SO SO FEEL FREE TO JUMP IN BUT I CAN JUST START WITH THAT OVERVIEW WHICH IS THAT AS OTHERS MAY OR MAY NOT BE FOLLOWING PTA STAFF HAS IS LOOKING AT THE BEST WAY TO ALLOCATE MEASURE B DOLLARS OVER THE COMING 10 YEARS AND THEY’RE WEIGHING DIFFERENT COSTS AND BENEFITS OF UPFRONT IN SOME OF THE MONEY POTENTIALLY TO THE BART FACE >> TO PROJECT AND THEN THEY’RE LOOKING WITH THAT IN MIND WHAT THE IMPACT TO THE OTHER PROGRAMS CONTAINED WITHIN MEASURE B WOULD BE SO THE CITY OF SANTA IS A HAS BEEN PARTICIPATING IN AN AD HOC COMMITTEE THAT WAS SET UP TO REALLY DOVE INTO THE TECHNICAL DETAILS OF THESE PROPOSALS AND UNDERSTAND BOTH THE COSTS AND THE OPPORTUNITY COSTS OF THE DIFFERENT PROPOSALS AND KNOW KIND OF THE SIMPLEST PERHAPS TO UNDERSTAND WOULD BE ON THE PAVEMENT MAINTENANCE SIDE YOU KNOW, ONE OF THE SCENARIOS THAT HAS BEEN RAISED BY CTA STAFF TO WOULD BE TO ESSENTIALLY FREEZE MOST OF THE THE PARTS OF MEASURE B DOLLARS OTHER THAN BART AND THE BIKE PAD POT IF THAT WERE THE CASE WE WOULD HAVE A SIGNIFICANT HIT TO OUR LOCAL STREETS AND ROADS PROGRAM THAT WOULD COST US MORE DOWN THE ROAD SO I THINK THAT, YOU KNOW, VTR STAFF IS OPEN TO A LOT OF DIFFERENT SUGGESTIONS BUT SO IS THE CITY OF SAN JOSE’S STAFF AND SO WE’RE WORKING COME UP WITH PUBLIC POLICY SOLUTIONS THAT REALLY BALANCE THE NEEDS OF THE WHOLE COUNTY INCLUDING THOSE OF SAN JOSE THANK YOU OBVIOUSLY I’LL BE FOLLOWING IT CLOSELY AND BE ENGAGED IN THAT AS IT COMES TO THE CTA AND I DON’T HAVE ANY OTHER COMMENTS OR QUESTIONS AGAIN JUST THANKS FOR THE PRESENTATION AND I’LL MAKE A MOTION TO ACCEPT >> OKAY THANK YOU ANY OF MY OTHER COLLEAGUES HAVE QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS FOR STAFF >> SEEING >> NONE I JUST WANT TO FOLLOW ON TO THAT AND AND SAY THAT I TOO HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE MEASURE B REALLOCATION AND ITS IMPACT THE AS PROPOSED AND I DON’T KNOW IF THIS IS FOR A YEAR OR JUST BUT THE THE PROJECTS THAT YOU PRESENTED HERE WHAT WOULD BE THE IMPACT ON TIMELINE ON TIMELINE IF MEASURE B GOT REALLOCATED BECAUSE A LOT ARE HAPPENING WHILE THEY’RE ALL HAPPENING IN THE TWENTY TWENTIES ROCK SHOW COMPLETED

SO I ASSUME THERE’S MEASURE B GOING ALONG WITH I DON’T KNOW E.G. EACH OF THESE BUT I DO KNOW THAT THE WINCHESTER TO EIGHTY ONE BECAUSE WE’VE BEEN TALKING ABOUT IT IN MY OFFICE BUT THE OTHER ONES ARE THEY ALL MEASURE B FUNDED >> SO LET ME ASK YOUR QUESTION FOLEY SO THAT THE THAT THE MEASURE THE PROJECTS THAT MEASURE BE FUNDED RIGHT NOW THE ONES SO BLOSSOM HILL IS MEASURE B FUND RAISING CONSTRUCTION SO THAT WOULD GET FUNDING THE ONES THAT AREN’T I HAVE NOT BEEN MOVED INTO CONSTRUCTION BECAUSE MOST OF THE MEASURE B FUNDING THAT WE ARE USING IS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION PHASE SO WE ARE DEVELOPING THE PROJECTS WITH OUR LOCAL FUNDING, OUR TIFF, WHATEVER THE POLICY VARIOUS POLICIES THAT THEY’RE USING THE MONEY FROM AND ONCE WE DEVELOP THAT PROJECT IN THE FINAL DESIGN IS COMPLETE SO AGAIN EXAMPLES TRIMBLE SO IF THE MONEY GOES AWAY AND WE COMPLETE THE TRIMBLE PROJECT AND THAT SITS ON A SHELF THAT DESIGN WHEN WE GO BACK TO BUILD OUR PROJECT IN A COUPLE OF YEARS WE WE WOULD HAVE TO TAKE SUBSTANTIAL STEP BACK IN THAT DESIGN BECAUSE THINGS CHANGE IN TERMS OF DESIGN GUIDELINES PRIORITIES CHANGE SO ANOTHER GOOD EXAMPLE IS THE MAYBE A PROJECT AS AS IT HAS SAT THERE IT HAS CHANGED IN BOTH THE DESIGN AND NOW WE’RE LOOKING AT DIFFERENT LOCATIONS SO IT’S YOU KNOW, IF WE ARE IF WE DON’T HAVE THE MEASURE B FUNDING THEN WE WILL HAVE SIGNIFICANT DELAYS TO THOSE PROJECTS THAT WILL NOT THAT ARE NOT IN CONSTRUCTION >> AND NOT EVEN INCLUDES THE TRIMBLE PROJECT WHICH IS IN FINAL DESIGN RIGHT NOW >> YES, THAT WOULD INCLUDE THE TRIMBLE PROJECT BUT IT IS CURRENTLY IN FINAL DESIGN AND IS ABOUT TO GET DONE >> OK I KNOW I’VE I’VE SAID I’VE SAID THIS PRIVATELY I DON’T KNOW THAT I’VE SAID IT PUBLICLY I AM EXTREMELY CONCERNED ABOUT THE PROPOSED REALLOCATION THE DRAMATIC REALLOCATION I SHOULD SAY OF MEASURE B FUNDS BECAUSE WE MADE A PROMISE >> TO OUR RESIDENTS TO REPAVE ALL OF OUR CITY STREETS BY THE END BY THE END OF TWENTY TWENTY EIGHT OR BUY TWENTY TWENTY NINE AND WE WENT OUT WITH MEASURE T AS PART OF THAT PROMISE AND IT WAS AND IT WAS PASSED AND WE WERE ABLE TO YOU KNOW EVEN IN OUR FIRST ESTIMATIONS TO SAY WE’RE GOING TO BE ABLE TO DO THIS COMBINING MEASURE B DOLLARS WITH MEASURE T DOLLARS AND I’M I’M REALLY CONCERNED I THINK IT SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY FOR FOR THE DAY >> TO HELP KEEP THAT PROMISE SO I’M VERY CONCERNED ABOUT THE PROPOSED REALLOCATION WE’VE DONE ALL THIS >> WORK OVER THE OVER THE TIME THAT THOSE DOLLARS WERE OR LOCKED UP AS WE WERE GOING THROUGH AS THEY WERE GOING THROUGH THE COURT BATTLE OVER THOSE OVER THOSE DOLLARS AND THEN THEY GET RELEASED AND JUST IT SEEMS LIKE, YOU KNOW, JUST A SECOND AFTER THEY GOT RELEASE THERE PROPOSED TO GET TAKEN AWAY AND I JUST IT REALLY >> SEEMS LIKE A BAIT AND SWITCH AND I KNOW THAT A LOT RESIDENTS FEEL THAT WAY TOO THE MERCURY NEWS POSTED IN OPINION OR AN EDITORIAL ABOUT IT I JUST FIND THAT VERY CONCERNING >> COUNCILMEMBER DAVIS, IF I COULD JUST ADD IN THERE I KNOW THAT WE WERE WORKING THROUGH THE INITIAL PROPOSED ALLOCATION WHEN THE MEASURE WAS COMING TOWARDS A DECISION ON THE BALLOT OR NOT OUR CITY WEIGHED IN IN TERMS OF WHAT WE THOUGHT THE PRIORITIES FOR ALLOCATION WERE AND THAT WENT ONTO THE CTA AND THAT WAS CONSIDERED IN THAT PROCESS AND OBVIOUSLY IT’S WEIGHING A LOT OF VERY IMPORTANT PROJECTS AND YOU I THINK YOU’VE DESCRIBED THE HISTORY REALLY WELL THAT GOT US TO TODAY BUT IT SEEMS LIKE OUR CITY SHOULD KIND OF WEIGH IN ON THE RIGHT BALANCING OUT OF THAT AND THERE ARE SOME CRITICAL PROJECTS THAT >> YOU KNOW SHOULD CONTINUE AND MAYBE THERE ARE OTHERS THAT SOME DEFERRAL WOULD HAVE LESS IMPACT BUT I THINK YOU’VE IDENTIFIED A FEW AREAS WHERE DEFERRAL HAS A LOT OF IMPLICATIONS IMMEDIATE WORK THAT WE HAVE PLANNED TO A LOT OF RESIDENTS UNDERSTANDING ON AND YOU KNOW, I THINK THE STAFF WILL WANT TO KEEP THE COUNCIL VERY UP TO DATE ON WHAT’S GOING ON >> THANK YOU I I APPRECIATE THAT COUNCIL MEMBER DIEP >> DIEP THANK YOU CHAIR I JUST WANTED IT ON THE TOPIC OF THE MEASURE B DOLLARS I KNOW THE MERGER NEWS HAD A STORY AND THERE’S BEEN A LOT OF CONSTERNATI FROM ELECTED OFFICIALS IN OTHER CITIES AND WHAT NOT DIRECTED AT BCA STAFF AND THEN EVEN THE CITY OF SOUNDS A KIND OF SAYING THAT WE GET THE LION’S SHARE OF THE

FUNDING BECAUSE OF BART PHASE 1 AND 2 AND IT JUST BEATTY’S DEFENSE OR STAFF DEFENSE YOU KNOW >> THE FUNDING CAME AND I THINK 2016 WITHIN THERE WAS A LAWSUIT SO WE’VE REALLY ONLY BEEN THROUGH ONE I THINK ITERATION OF ALLOTTING FUNDING AND THE BOARD WILL DECIDE JOINTLY AS A COUNTY BODY ABOUT WHERE WHAT IS FUNDING SPECIFICALLY IN THE FOLLOWING FOLLOWING YEAR 2021 SO CONSUMER PERALEZ WILL BE A PART OF THAT AND OTHERS FROM OUR CITY VICE MAYOR JONES, MAYOR LICCARDO AND OTHERS I’M SURE BUT I JUST WANT TO ADDRESS THE POINT THAT I THINK YOU CALLED IT A BAIT AND SWITCH OR SOME SOME PEOPLE THE COMMUNITY FEEL THAT SUCH AN AND I JUST WANT TO ASSURE PEOPLE THAT BSA STAFF LIKE THE CITY OF SANTA SAY STAFF DOES NOT MAKE ANY POLICY DECISIONS ALWAYS ON THE COUNCIL HERE IN SAN JOSE OR ON THE BOARD TO BE TABLED AT THAT MEETING THAT WILL MAKE THOSE DECISIONS IN THE CASE OF PEOPLE BEING UPSET THAT A LOT OF THE MEASURE B MONEY IS GOING TOWARDS BART IN THE CITY OF SAN JOSE THAT HAS BEEN A COUNTY PRIORITY OF OURS FOR FOR MANY YEARS YOU KNOW, OVER A DECADE AND I WAS JUST HERE TO CUT THE RIBBON AS BART OPENED IT IN BERRYESSA SO WHOEVER’S LISTENING, WHOEVER CARES ABOUT THAT, PLEASE PLEASE KNOW THAT YOU THERE’S TRANSPARENCY IN THE PROCESS AND PEOPLE ARE HARD AT WORK DOING IT AND NOBODY IS BAITING AND SWITCHING ANYBODY OR YOU KNOW, HIDING HIDING A THREE CARD MONTE OR ANYTHING LIKE THAT SO I JUST WANT TO ADD THAT SO THANK YOU >> THANK YOU FOR THE CLARIFICATION COUNCIL MEMBER DIEP YES THANKFULLY IT IS A PROPOSAL IT IS NOT A DONE DEAL AND THE BOARD DOES HAVE TO VOTE ON THAT PROPOSAL AND WILL DO SO I BELIEVE WHEN THEY VOTE ON THEIR THEIR NEXT BIENNIAL BUDGET, IS THAT CORRECT? JUST JUST YOU KNOW THE YES SO THEY’VE THEY’VE SENT THE WORK HAS NOT GONE THROUGH THE COMMITTEE PROCESS YET BECAUSE AS KIND OF INITIALLY DISCUSSED AT THE TALK LEVEL THE TAC REALLY THOUGHT THAT THIS WARRANTED MUCH MORE DISCUSSION BEFORE AN OFFICIAL OFFICIAL RECOMMENDATION WENT FORWARD THROUGH THE COMMITTEE PROCESS SO HERE IS OUR REPRESENTATIVE ON AD HOC PROCESS THEY’VE BEEN MEETING MORE THAN TWICE A MONTH FOR THE LAST COUPLE OF MONTHS AND WE’LL CONTINUE TO DO SO THAT THERE IS A SOLID BALANCED RECOMMENDATION THAT COMES FORWARD THAT IS OUR COMPLETE INTENT GREAT >> THANK YOU YEAH AND BEFORE WE MOVE ON TO THE NEXT ITEM, I DO WANT TO ASK ANY OF MY COLLEAGUES IF THEY HAVE KNOW WE SIT ON MANY, MANY DIFFERENT BOARDS AND TRANSPORTATION RELATED BOARDS SO IF IF ANY OF MY COLLEAGUES ON THE COMMITTEE >> HAVE A REPORT THAT THEY WOULD LIKE TO GIVE RIGHT NOW JUST A VERBAL REPORT ON ANY >> OF THE COMMITTEES THAT THEY SIT ON, PLEASE DO FEEL FREE TO RAISE YOUR HAND NO, I FORGOT TO SEND THE EMAIL REMINDER ON FRIDAY AS I >> NORMALLY DO WHEN WE HAVE THIS ITEM SO IF YOU ARE NOT PREPARED THAT’S >> TOTALLY OK SOMEONE DID MENTION >> IN IN CASE YOU WANT TO GATHER YOUR THOUGHTS I’LL TALK A LITTLE BIT ABOUT CAL TRAIN I AM THE CHAIR OF THE FINANCE COMMITTEE ON CAL TRAIN AND WE JUST RECENTLY PASSED AS MANY OF YOU KNOW CAL TRAIN HAS BEEN UNDERGOING SOME GOVERNANCE CHANGES OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS AND WE HAVE JUST PASSED A BALANCED BUDGET POLICIES OR REQUIREMENT THAT THAT THE STAFF BRINGS US A BALANCED BUDGET WHICH MEANS SOMETIMES AS IN THIS YEAR THAT THAT WE HAVE NOT BEEN PASSING A FULL YEAR BUDGET SO WE PASSED THE FIRST QUARTER BUDGET, WE PASSED THE SECOND QUARTER BUDGET AND NOW WE JUST PASSED THE FINAL HALF OF THE YEAR AND WE WERE ABLE TO GET A BALANCED BUDGET OUT OF THAT THANKFULLY MEASURE ARE PASSED THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN A MUCH MORE >> DIFFICULT PROCESS AND AS WE MOVE IN TO 2021 WE WILL BE TALKING EVEN MORE ABOUT GOVERNANCE BECAUSE SOME OF THE ONE OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR PUTTING MEASURE R ON THE BALLOT WAS A ROBUST GOVERNANCE DISCUSSION AND THERE ARE TIMELINES THAT ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THAT THAT THAT ALL OF THE BOARDS THAT VOTED TO PUT MEASURE ARE ON THE BALLOT >> VOTED FOR SO THAT WILL THAT WORK? WILL IS ALREADY BEGUN BUT WILL CONTINUE IN EARNEST IN JANUARY AS WELL SO I >> SEE NOBODY PUTTING THEIR HANDS UP SO I GUESS THAT WILL BE THE EXTENT COUNCIL MEMBER PRNS DO YOU HAVE A REPORT? >> I DON’T UNFORTUNATELY AND I APOLOGIZE I KNOW YOU’D MADE THAT MENTIONED PREVIOUSLY AND BUT I A REMINDER WOULD BE HELPFUL FORGOT ON FRIDAY I SHOULDN’T HAVE NO, NO WORRIES YEAH THE SLIGHT BIT OF NEWS I’LL BE

THE INCOMING VISE CHAIR FOR THE CAPITAL CORRIDOR AND AND THERE WILL BE HOPEFULLY SOME MORE FUNDING COMING THROUGH >> AS THERE IS PLANNED FOR THE CONNECTION BETWEEN OAKLAND AND SAN JOSE WHICH REQUIRES AND DOUBLE TRACKING BUT SIGNIFICANT WORK BUT IT’S IT’S BEEN SOME TIME SINCE THERE HAS BEEN A FOCUS FROM CAPITAL QUARTER ON THE INVESTMENT IN THE SOUTH BAY COULD BE TRULY A HELPFUL CONNECTION FROM WHAT WE HAVE TODAY AS IT GOES ALL THE WAY UP THROUGH SACRAMENTO SO I WILL TRY TO HAVE SOME MORE NEXT YEAR IN REGARDS TO JUST A VERBAL UPDATE ON THAT AS WE GET TO THIS REPORT AGAIN NEXT >> SOUNDS GOOD THANK YOU ALL RIGHT WE ARE READY FOR THE VOTE CAN I GET A ROLL PLEASE? ESPARZA? YES, YES >> I THINK SHE HAD TO DROP OFF OK DIEP >> PERALEZ HI >> DAVIS I THANK YOU >> AND THAT MOTION CARRIES WE WILL MOVE ONTO THE ACCESS AND MOBILITY PLAN REPORT I’M GUESSING THAT’S RAMSEY’S >> THAT’S ME DIEP THANK YOU LET ME SHARE MY SCREEN HERE THIS ONE ALL RIGHT THIS IS A QUICK UPDATE WE’RE TRYING TO DO THIS, UH, EVERY SIX MONTHS OR SO FOR THIS PLAN YOU >> GUYS KNOW A LOT ABOUT IT ALREADY >> SO I WANT THE LABOR KIND OF HOW WE GOT HERE TOO MUCH BUT I WILL GET INTO THE CONTEXT A LITTLE BIT THERE WE GO SO A LITTLE BIT OF CONTEXT GET INTO SOME OF THE BEST PRACTICES AND KIND OF TALK A LITTLE BIT ABOUT SOME OF THE OTHER CITIES THAT WE’RE STARTING TO LOOK AT KIND OF TALK ABOUT WHAT KIND OF COHORT WE’RE PART OF IN THE COUNTRY IN THE WORLD HONESTLY THAT ARE TRYING TO SOLVE THESE PROBLEMS AS JOHN ROSE DOES KICK AFTER OUR KIND OF TRANSPORTATION ELEMENT HERE AT THE REPORT FOR TODAY KIND OF TALKED ABOUT IS AS YOU KNOW, WE’RE FACING NEW PROBLEMS WE’RE FACING NEW WAYS OF APPROACHING TRANSPORTATION AND PLANNING THOSE OUT AS HONESTLY IN EVOLVING PRACTICE AND WE’RE TRYING TO TAKE A PRETTY STRONG LEADERSHIP ROLE IN HOW TO DO THAT AND THEN WE’LL TALK A LITTLE ABOUT IT ABOUT SOME PROJECT UPDATES >> SO AS YOU GUYS KNOW THAT TRANSPORTATION PLAN THAT’S MOBILITY PLAN IS DRIVEN BY THE VISIONARY INVISION SAN JOSE 2040 AS WELL AS THE CLIMATE SMART SANTA ZAY BOTH OF THESE HAVE PUT OUT VERY STRONG RECOMMENDATIONS AND HONESTLY VERY STRONG DIRECTION FOR TRANSPORTATION TO CHANGE WHAT IT HAS BEEN IN SAN JOSE TO SOMETHING NEW PUTTING A LOT OF THE BURDEN LIKE US THE RIGHT TO SAY THIS IS THERE’S A LOT OF THE BURDEN OF ADDRESSING PARTICULARLY CLIMATE CHANGE PIECES FALLS ON TRANSPORTATION WE HAVE ROUGHLY 63 OR 64 PERCENT OF ALL EMISSIONS IN SAN IS ON TRANSPORTATION SO WE JUST HAVE A GREAT DEAL OF WORK TO DO HERE >> SO YOU KNOW, KIND OF BUILDING OUT THE CASE HERE IF WE DON’T DO ANYTHING, IF WE DON’T CHANGE COURSE AND THE PROJECTED GROWTH THAT WE’LL SEE IN THE CITY HAPPENS WE EXPECT TO SEE A DOUBLING >> OF ROADWAY MILES ALL RIGHT DRIVING >> WOULD DOUBLE RIGHT AND THIS WOULD JUST MAKE WELL, RIGHT NOW IT’S GREAT OUT THERE YOU CAN GET AROUND ANYWHERE YOU WANT REAL FAST BUT AS SOON AS WE GET OUT OF THIS STRANGE DARK WINTER >> ,YOU KNOW WE’RE GONNA GET BACK TO HIGHWAYS CLOGGED SO THE POINT OF PEOPLE THROWING BANANAS AT EACH OTHER AND JUST THE NEED TO, YOU KNOW, REALLY SOLVE THOSE PROBLEMS AND IF WE DON’T DO SOMETHING TO CHANGE HOW TRANSPORTATION WORKS IN SAN JOSE AND HONESTLY THE REGION, >> WE ARE GOING TO BE STUCK SO WE REALLY NEED TO DO THIS AND WHAT’S IMPORTANT THERE IS THAT DOESN’T ONLY AFFECT PEOPLE IN CARS RIGHT OUR BUSES AND EVEN OUR LIGHT RAIL INTERACT WITH THE AUTO SYSTEM AND IF THE AUTO SYSTEM IS CLOGGED AND MOVING SLOWLY, EVERYTHING ELSE MOVES SLOWLY TO >> SO WHAT ARE OUR GOALS HERE? KIND OF REMINDING US OF THE SCOPE AND SCALE HERE RIGHT IS RIGHT NOW WE’RE HERE ON THIS KIND OF LEFT SIDE LOOP HERE WE HAVE THE DARK COLORED THEIR DARKER GRAY BLUE AS DRIVE ALONE >> AND THE LIGHT BLUE AS OTHER MODES ROUGHLY WE’RE AT 24 PERCENT TODAY HAVE FOLKS COMMUTING BY NOT AUTO MODE THE >> GENERAL PLAN PUTS US AT 60 PERCENT BY 2040 I MEAN CLIMATE SMART STRETCHES THAT ALL THE WAY TO 88 PERCENT BY 2050 SO AGAIN YOU CAN SEE THERE’S JUST A MASSIVE CHANGE THAT WE’RE GOING TO HAVE TO IMPLEMENT OVER THE NEXT 10 20 YEARS TO GET ANYWHERE NEAR THIS >> ALL RIGHT >> SO THAT’S KIND OF GIVEN GIVEN THE CONTEXT AGAIN NOW WHEN I TALK ABOUT A FEW

PIECES >> OF THE WORK WE’RE DIGGING INTO IN THE PLAN, ONE OF THEM IS REALLY BENCHMARKING AND LEARNING FROM THE OTHER CITIES THAT ARE TRYING TO DO SIMILAR THINGS AND WHAT’S SO INTERESTING ABOUT THIS LINE OF WORK IS SEEING HOW MANY OTHER CITIES ARE ONE TRYING TO HIT VERY SIMILAR GOALS LOOK AT THESE GOALS HERE RIGHT AUSTIN FIFTH IS TRYING TO GET DOWN TO 50 PERCENT TODAY ABOUT TWENTY NINE PRETTY SIMILAR TO OUR GOALS AND THEY’RE ACTUALLY BE 11TH LARGEST CITY IN AMERICA PROBABLY GOING TO PASS US ON THE NEXT CENSUS GETS PUT OUT SO WE CAN GET A LOT MORE PEOPLE INCENTIVES THEY SUDDENLY >> YOU KNOW, MINNEAPOLIS THEY’RE >> GOING FOR 60 PERCENT ROUGHLY ROUGHLY THAT IS ACTUALLY THE SAME AS OUR GOALS AND THEY’RE JUST THEY’VE JUST PUT IN A TRANSPORTATION PLAN ACTUALLY LAST YEAR YOU HAVE >> DENVER, SEATTLE, OTHER MAJOR CITIES IN AMERICA ALL TRYING TO DO VERY SIMILAR THINGS AS WE ARE IT’S REALLY GREAT WE HAVE A LOT OF OTHER CITIES TO LEARN FROM WE’RE PART OF THIS COHORT OF MAJOR CITIES TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM YOU LOOK ACROSS THE ACROSS THE WORLD >> WE’VE HIGHLIGHTED LONDON HERE THEY ARE GOING ALL THE WAY TO 80 PERCENT AND OF COURSE THEY’VE BUILT THEY HAVE A FEW GENERATIONS OF KIND OF GOING IN THIS DIRECTION ARE READY TO BUILD UPON BUT THEY’RE ALSO A PLACE FOR US TO LEARN A LOT FROM SO WE’RE PART OF A LEADERSHIP COHORT WE’RE VERY AND WE’RE KIND PULLING ALL THE THINGS THAT THEY’VE DONE WE HAVE A LIST WE STARTED THE LIST OF OVER 500 STRATEGIES AND THAT’S THE CITY OF SAN JOSE MIGHT TAKE PAIRED THEM DOWN ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY ALREADY STILL WAY TOO MUCH OF A SPAGHETTI TO SHARE BUT WE’LL GET THERE >> SO WHAT IS THE PLAN AGAIN? I THINK WE KIND >> OF KNOW THIS AT THIS POINT, RIGHT WE’RE DEFINING THE GOALS REALLY CLARIFYING WHAT THESE WHAT THESE DIVISIONS FROM OUR GUIDING DOCUMENTS SAY KIND OF REALLY DEFINING WHAT THOSE GOING TO LOOK LIKE ARE LOOKING AT THOSE ACTIONS RIGHT LOOKING AT THOSE STRATEGIES, THE THINGS THE CITY CAN DO AND THAT’S WHAT WE’RE PULLING FROM THESE OTHER PLANS RIGHT NOW LISTENING TO THE PUBLIC TALK ABOUT THAT IN A SECOND A LITTLE MORE AND WE’RE IDENTIFYING WAYS TO MEASURE PROGRESS OVER TIME AND I THINK THIS IS THIS IS ONE OF THE THINGS THAT’S ACTUALLY JUST BEING INTERVIEWED BY UC DAVIS >> PROFESSORS THIS MORNING ABOUT KIND OF OUR APPROACH TO THIS WE’RE BEING SEEN AS A REAL LEADER IN TERMS OF DO BOTH BETTER SCENARIO PLANNING SO WE’RE KNOW MOST MOST PROJECTS KIND OF GO THROUGH TO FIVE MAYBE SIX SCENARIOS AT MOST WE’RE TRYING TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO RUN A QUANTITATIVE SYSTEM SO THAT WE CAN IN EFFECT >> GET KIND OF THE MOST >> YOU KNOW, BUT THE VISION IS TO >> GET ALL POTENTIAL COMBINATIONS OF SCENARIOS IN FRONT OF US THAT WE CAN KIND OF UNDERSTAND >> WHILE WE KNOW ALL OF THESE BIKE PROJECTS, ALL OF THESE DIFFERENT BIKE PEDESTRIAN PROJECTS, ALL THESE TRANSIT PROJECTS >>, WHAT BASKET OF THEM IS ACTUALLY THE BEST ONE FOR US TO KIND OF PUSH FORWARD >> AND THEN TO BE ABLE TO KEEP DOING >> THAT PROCESS OVER TIME SO THAT WE CAN KIND OF DYNAMICALLY ADJUST WHAT OUR OUR PLANNING LOOKS LIKE BASED ON ON HOW THINGS CHANGE >> AND THE NEW INFORMATION WE GET FROM THE SYSTEM >> SO AGAIN, WHAT KINDS OF STRATEGIES >> ARE WE LOOKING AT HERE IS JUST A LITTLE FLAVOR OF SOME OF THE STUFF WHERE WE’RE THINKING ABOUT WHAT >> WE VIEW TO ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ON THESE AT THE END >> ALL RIGHT SO WHAT’S OUR TIMELINE HERE? WE’RE HERE JUST IN WINTER 2021 STARTING TO IDENTIFY AWAY OR ENDING THE IDENTIFYING WAYS TO MEASURE GOALS TALK ABOUT THOSE GOALS IN JUST A SECOND AND WE’RE JUST ENTERING INTO IDENTIFYING STRATEGIES TALKED A LITTLE BIT ABOUT HOW WE’RE STARTING THAT WORK ALREADY >> SO LET’S DO A QUICK, QUICK OUTREACH UPDATE WE JUST FINISHED AROUND OUR FIRST ROUND OF WORKSHOPS WE WERE VERY HAPPY WITH THE TURNOUT WE HAD OVER A HUNDRED PARTICIPANTS AND THESE ARE YOU KNOW, TWO HOUR LONG >> ONLINE WORKSHOPS IN THE EVENING WELL, THREE IN THE EVENING ONE AND ONE IN THE MORNING WE DID TWO IN ENGLISH ONE WENT ONE WITH ESL SUPPORT AND THEN ONE VIETNAMESE AND ONE IN SPANISH WE WERE VERY HAPPY TO SEE ROBUST PARTICIPATION IN BOTH THE VIETNAMESE AND SPANISH COMMUNITIES AND REALLY GOT I THINK 45 AND 40 IF I REMEMBER RIGHT THE PARTICIPANTS WHICH IS A PRETTY BIG NUMBER FOR THESE KINDS OF WORKSHOPS WHO WERE REALLY HAPPY ABOUT THAT WE’RE STILL KIND OF PULLING TOGETHER >> THE LESSONS AND INSIGHTS WE GOT FROM THOSE BUT FROM FROM WHAT I’VE SEEN SO FAR IS A LOT OF SUPPORT FOR TRANSIT, A LOT OF SUPPORT FOR BIKING, A LOT OF QUESTIONS AS TO WHY THE CAR SYSTEM FEELS SO UNSAFE AND WHY PEOPLE ARE JUST HAVING TO USE ONLY THAT SYSTEM ESPECIALLY FROM I UNDERSTAND A LITTLE SPANISH I COULD IT COULD REALLY PULL IT FROM THERE AND THE ENGLISH ONE THE VIETNAM WAS WHEN I’M >> LEADING FROM THE NOTES I’VE SEEN SO >> FAR AND WE’VE ALSO HAD A SURVEY OUT THAT SURVEY JUST CLOSED AT THE END OF NOVEMBER LAST I HEARD WE HAD JUST OVER SIX HUNDRED AND

SIXTY RESPONSES HOPEFULLY WE GOT 700 THAT’S PRETTY GOOD AND THEN WE HAVE >> OUR OUR SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS OUT THERE AS WELL AS OUR WEB SITE SO MOVE SAN JOSE DOT ORG AND MOVE SAN WAS A DOT ORG IS ALSO OUR >> GENERAL TRANSPORTATION PLANNING CHANNEL SO IF ANYBODY IS LOOKING FOR INFORMATION ON ANY TRANSPORTATION PLANNING PROJECTS WE HAVE, PLEASE CHECK OUT THAT WEB >> ALL RIGHT SO HERE ARE THE >> WAYS THAT WE HAVE KIND OF TAKEN WHAT WE DID IN PHASE 1 OF THIS PLAN AND WORKED WITH THE PUBLIC WORKED WITH OUR OUR COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS >> TO KIND OF CLARIFY WHAT WE SEE AS THE ACTIVISM >> OF THE LADY PLANS GOALS WE’VE GOT OUR VISION >> FROM OUR GUIDING DOCUMENTS AND SOME OF THE DIRECTION FROM THERE BUT WE REALLY NEEDED TO TRANSLATE THESE DOWN, NOT GOING TO TALK THROUGH THEM ALL I’LL LEAVE THEM UP HERE FOR A SECOND WE SENT THE PACKET EARLY BECAUSE THERE’S SO MUCH HERE HELPING YOU GUYS HAVE HAVE HAD A CHANCE TO LOOK AT THEM IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS THESE ARE THE GOALS AND THEIR QUICK DESCRIPTIONS AND THEN HERE ARE THE KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS KPI IS THAT WE’RE USING TO MEASURE >> THEM WE’RE DOING A LOT OF WORK RIGHT NOW MAKING SURE THAT WE ACTUALLY HAVE DATA TO SUPPORT THESE AS METRICS AND MAKING SURE THAT THE METRICS KIND OF ARE ISOLATED RIGHT WHERE THAT WE’RE REALLY LOOKING AT LESS DRIVING WE’RE REALLY LOOKING AT ACCESS FOR ALL >> AND REDUCING THE AMOUNT OF KPI IS >> TO THE POINT WHERE WE CAN GET THE BEST THE BEST READ FOR THE LEAST AMOUNT OF KIND OF DATA AND PROCESSING WORK >> AND YEAH AND THAT’S REALLY IT THAT’S WHERE WE’RE AT WHERE >> WE’RE FINALIZING THESE I ACTUALLY JUST GOT THE ALL BUT FINAL MEMO FROM OUR CONSULTANTS LAST FRIDAY >> ON THESE KPI IS OF COURSE FURTHER INPUT FROM YOU CAN WILL ALWAYS ALWAYS CHANGE THAT AND WE ARE REALLY EXCITED >> TO JUST REALLY DOVE INTO >> FIGURING OUT NOW ALL RIGHT WE’VE GOT THESE KPI, THESE GOALS WE’RE QUANTITY OR QUANTITY EYES WE’RE QUANTIFYING THEM AND FIGURE OUT HOW TO MEASURE THEM REALLY AND WE’RE STARTING TO PULL IN ALL THESE STRATEGIES AND WE’RE BUILDING OUT THE MODELING SYSTEM THAT WILL HELP US LOOK AT ALL OF THESE STRATEGIES, HOW THEY AFFECT DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE CITY AND HOW THEY’LL HELP US MOVE THE NEEDLES AROUND ON THESE DIFFERENT KPI SO THAT AS WE COME OUT OF THIS PLANNING PROCESS WE’LL BE ABLE TO SAY HERE ARE THE DIRECTIONS THE CITY CAN TAKE TO BEST MEET THE KPI IS IN WAYS THAT ARE EQUITABLE AND MOST EFFECTIVE SO NEXT TIME WE COME BACK TO YOU WE’LL BE TALKING ABOUT A DEEPER DOVE INTO WHAT WE’VE LEARNED FROM THE PUBLIC AND STARTING TO REALLY GET >> INTO THAT THE THE LARGE UNIVERSE OF STRATEGIES WE’RE LOOKING AT AND SEE IF YOU GUYS HAVE ANY IDEAS OR PREFERENCES IN THAT REGARD AND WITH THAT, YEAH BACK TO THE NEXT STEPS HERE JUST TOLD YOU ABOUT THAT AND WITH THAT THANK >> YOU TAKE YOUR QUESTIONS >> THANK >> YOU, RAMSES WE’LL GO TO THE PUBLIC FIRST WE HAVE ONE PUBLIC SPEAKER WITH THEIR HANDS RAISED MR. BEEKMAN, HI >> THANK YOU THIS SOUNDS LIKE SOME INTERESTING WORK THIS SOUNDS LIKE YOU’RE WORKING WITH THE EAST SIDE A LOT AND I KNOW COMMUNITY GROUPS LIKE LUNA THEY’VE BEEN TRYING TO LOOK INTO HOW THERE CAN BE MORE BICYCLE RIDERSHIP RIDING ON THE EAST SIDE AND >> THAT’S THERE’S SOME INTERESTING IDEAS THAT THEY’RE ABLE TO ORGANIZE THAT I KNOW >> WITH EVERY KIA YOU KNOW, THEY’VE BEEN ORGANIZING THEIR BICYCLE TRAILS TO A CERTAIN DEGREE WITH IDEAS OF EQUITY BUT IT’S LACKING SOMETHING AND IT SOUNDS LIKE WHAT YOU’RE WORKING ON HERE CAN REALLY BETTER CONNECT WHAT THE PGA HAS STARTED IN THESE IDEAS OF EQUITY AND THE FUTURE OF BIKE TRAILS AND BIKE BIKE PATHS AND BIKE CONNECTIONS I THINK MUCH BETTER ENHANCE THEIR WORK SO IT’LL BE VERY INTERESTING HOW THIS SORT OF PROJECTS DEVELOP THANK YOU FOR IT’S QUITE A PRICE TO HAVE TO PAY >> TO GET BETTER BICYCLE RIDERSHIP AT THIS TIME SAD BUT AT LEAST IT’S HAPPENING AND HOPEFULLY SOMETHING GOOD CAN GROW OUT OF IT AND SO THANK YOU FOR THESE EFFORTS AND THANK YOU FOR THIS ITEM >> THANK YOU DO ANY OF MY COLLEAGUES HAVE QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS >>? I’LL REMEMBER PERALEZ THANK YOU SO I DID PUT MY HAND RIGHT AWAY JUST IN REGARDS TO THE OUTREACH

CLEARLY THE ISSUE HAS BEEN DIFFICULT AND WE’RE VERY REAL I MEAN THIS MEETING RIGHT WITH ALL OF OUR DIGITAL OUTREACH AND I JUST WANT TO SORT OF KEEP IN MIND AND SURE THE STAFF IS KEEPING IN MIND HOW WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO COMMUNICATE WHETHER IT’S NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATIONS, YOU KNOW, FLYERS THROUGH COUNCIL OFFICES, WHATEVER IT MAY BE ANY OTHER MEANS POSSIBLE BESIDES JUST, YOU KNOW, ONLINE TOOLS OR ANY DIGITAL TOOLS THAT ESPECIALLY FOR COMMUNITIES THAT LIVE MAY IMPACT AND THAT WILL WANT TO BE INVOLVED AND ARE NOT GOING TO NECESSARILY JOIN US IN ANYTHING ONLINE >> THAT’S IT THANK YOU MAKE A MOTION TO APPROVE >> THANK >> YOU SECOND, THANK YOU AND JUST FOLLOW ON WITH WHAT COMES MY REPROACH SAID I HAD A QUESTION ABOUT OUTREACH AS WELL I JUST LISTED I NAMED OFF IN MY HEAD THREE COMMISSIONS THAT I THINK WOULD WOULD HAVE WOULD BE BENEFIT FROM OUTREACH ABOUT THE ACCESS AND MOBILITY PLAN HAVE YOU HAD ANY INTERACTION WITH THE YOUTH COMMISSION, THE NEIGHBORHOODS COMMISSION OR THE SENIOR COMMISSION? NO WE >> HAVEN’T ACTUALLY THOSE ARE GREAT IDEAS NO, WE HAVEN’T THANK YOU FOR THOSE SUGGESTIONS YOU’RE >> WELCOME I JUST THINK OUTREACH BACK THEN YOU’VE GOT ALREADY CIVICALLY ENGAGED FOLKS WHO WHO >> ALSO HAVE THEIR OWN NETWORKS SO THAT MIGHT BE A WAY TO HELP GET THE WORD OUT AS WELL AND THEN THE OTHER QUESTION I HAD SINCE I DON’T SEE ANY OF MY COLLEAGUES, OTHER COLLEAGUES RAISING THEIR HANDS WAS ABOUT THE IF YOU COULD GO BACK TO THE KPI SLIDE RAMSEY’S >> I DIDN’T I DIDN’T >> SEE ANYTHING IN THERE SPECIFICALLY CALLING OUT THE DIFFERENTLY ABLED COMMUNITY SO WE I DO ALWAYS THINK OF SENIORS AND AND OTHER PEOPLE WHO MAY NOT BE ABLE TO WALK HALF A MILE OR A QUARTER OF A MILE TO THE BUS STOP IT’S I THINK IT’S TWO SLIDES BACK DIEP SO IT’S JOBS WITHIN >> IT OR WHERE WAS IT? YEAH SERVICES AVAILABLE WITHIN 15 20 MINUTES OF BIKE AND WALK PERCENTAGE OF SHORT TRIPS I THINK THAT’S GREAT THE ACCESS FOR ALL HAD ONLY A KPI ABOUT SHARE OF INCOME REDUNDANCY OF OPTIONS THOSE ARE NICE I DIDN’T SEE ANYTHING ANYWHERE EVEN IN THE I GUESS IT COULD ALSO BE IN THE PLAN FOR THE FUTURE AND THE BOTTOM ABOUT BY USER >> NEEDS BUT NOTHING WAS IN THERE ABOUT SOMEONE WHO MIGHT HAVE A MOBILITY OR A PERSONAL MOBILITY CHALLENGE LIKE NEEDING A WHEELCHAIR OR A WALKER >> YEAH THAT’S GREAT I REALLY LIKE WHAT YOU’RE POINTING OUT THERE AND YOU KNOW I WILL KIND OF ANSWERING WHAT YOU’RE SAYING AS WELL AS BLACKBERRY VINCE COMMENT OUR COMMUNITY BASED ORGANISATIONS WHERE WE CAN WITH OUR ACTUALLY LUNA VEVO ARE THE SILICON VALLEY ASSISTED LIVING CENTER TO ANSWER THAT KIND OF TALK A LITTLE BIT ABOUT WHERE WE’RE GOING WITH THAT CHAIRWOMAN AS WELL AS PACT WHICH IS A CITY WIDE RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATION AND SO WE ARE WORKING >> WITH THE SILICON VALLEY LIVE ASSISTED LIVING CENTER SPECIFICALLY WE BROUGHT THEM IN AS ONE OF THE CEOS FOR EXACTLY THAT PERSPECTIVE THAT YOU’RE BRINGING UP ARE EACH ONE OF OUR OUTREACH EVENTS IS ALWAYS SPONSORED BY ONE OF OUR CEOS AND THEN OUR SECOND ONE WHERE WE DID HAVE AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE SUPPORT THAT WAS SPONSORED BY THE LIVING CENTER AND SO WE’RE WE’RE TRYING TO INCORPORATE THAT PERSPECTIVE OR WE ARE INCORPORATING THAT PERSPECTIVE AS DEEPLY AS WE CAN BUT I DO LIKE YOUR POINT OF KIND OF DOESN’T SEEM LIKE THE ACCESS FOR ALL ONE IS KIND OF HITTING THAT POPULATION KIND OF DIRECTLY WHERE WE’VE BEEN SEEING IT AS KIND OF CUTTING ACROSS EVERYTHING IT IS MAKING SURE THAT THAT FOLKS HAVE HAVE ACCESS THROUGH THE DIFFERENT THINGS DEFINITELY SEE YOUR POINT THERE AND WE’LL BE KIND OF THINKING ABOUT HOW HOW AND IF WE CAN INCORPORATE THAT >> THANK >> YOU I JUST APPRECIATE AT LEAST ONE KPI BECAUSE I KNOW WE HAVE THOSE PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FOR A REASON AND WHEN WHAT WE MEASURE RIGHT GETS ATTENTION AND SO I THINK WE NEED SOMETHING THERE >> FOR FOR PEOPLE WHO WHO HAVE AGAIN PERSONAL MOBILITY CHALLENGES >> ABSOLUTELY >> THANK YOU FOR THAT >> ALL RIGHT I THINK WE’RE READY FOR A VOTE ON THIS ITEM IF >> WE COULD GET THE ROLL ESPARZA YES YEAH I PERALEZ >> THIS >> I THINK YOU THANK YOU

AND WE CAN MOVE ON TO ITEM DIEP 5 IT IS THE OPEN SPACE AUTHORITY UPDATE ON NORTH COUNTY VALLEY >> PRODUCERS MATT CANTER, DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS AND AS A COMMITTEE IS AWARE TO TWO YEARS AGO THE VOTERS AS SOON AS THEY PASSED MEASURE G WHICH PROVIDED THE CITY AN AWESOME OPPORTUNITY TO PARTNER WITH THE OPEN SPACE AUTHORITY AND OTHERS FOR A MAJOR LAND TRANSACTION AND VALLEY AND WITHOUT FURTHER ADO I’LL TURN IT OVER TO ANDRE MACKENZIE, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE OPEN SPACE AUTHORITY HER AND HER TEAM ARE GOING TO PROVIDE AN UPDATE ABOUT WHAT’S GOING ON NOW IN COUNTY VALLEY AND WHAT THEY’RE PLANNING MOVING FORWARD SO THANKS, ANDRE >> THANK YOU, MATT THANK YOU CAST MEMBER DAVIS AND THANK YOU TO THE TRANSPORTATION ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE WE’RE VERY PLEASED TO BE HERE TODAY ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER MATT FREEMAN AND COYOTE VALLEY PROJECT MANAGER NICK PERRY WILL BE DOING THE PRESENTATION SO I’M GOING TO TURN IT OVER TO MATT >> ANDREA THANK YOU MATT, THAT GOOD COUNCIL NUMBERS WE DO APPRECIATE THE OPPORTUNITY TO PROVIDE AN UPDATE ON THE NORTH COYOTE VALLEY CONSERVATION AREA MASTERPLAN PROCESS ALL RIGHT CAN YOU WILL SEE THE POWERPOINT ? YES GREAT WE’LL ALSO PROVIDE AN THAT’S TAKEN PLACE IN THE PAST YEAR SINCE OUR LANDMARK AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY AND PENINSULA OPEN SPACE TRUST TO PURCHASE NINE HUNDRED AND FIFTY THREE ACRES IN THE NORTH COYOTE VALLEY AND AS ANDREA MENTIONED, I’LL BE JOINED BY RICK PERRY, A PROJECT MANAGER FOR THE NEW VALLEY EFFORT WE ALSO HAVE SEVERAL OTHER KEY TEAM MEMBERS FROM THE AUTHORITY AND POST JOINING US TODAY WE’LL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE ALL RIGHT NEXT SLIDE, PLEASE NICK >>, SO KIND OF VALUES UNIQUE SETTING, REALLY INCREDIBLE CONSERVATION VALUES MAKE IT JUST ESPECIALLY VALUABLE IT’S PROTECTED OPEN SPACE TO BENEFIT THE CITY AND THE REGION THE NORTH CADIA VALLEY CONSERVATION AREA SHOWN IN ORANGE ON THIS MOUNT IS LOCATED AT THE NARROWEST POINT BETWEEN THE SANTA CRUZ MOUNTAINS AND THE DIABLO RANCH IT SERVES AS AN ESSENTIAL LANDSCAPE LINKAGE PROVIDING WILDLIFE CONNECTIVITY TO OVER ONE POINT ONE MILLION ACRES OF CRITICAL HABITAT AND THESE RANGES AND THE UNDEVELOPED VALLEY FLOOR WITHIN COYOTE VALLEY ITSELF ENCOMPASSES A RARE HABITAT AND NATURAL FEATURES LIKE LAGUNA SACA WHERE THE LARGEST FRESHWATER WETLANDS IN THE SOUTH BAY AS WELL AS THE FISH CREEK FLOODPLAIN WHICH CAPTURES STORM WATER AND CONTRIBUTES TO GROUNDWATER RECHARGE NEXT SLIDE PLEASE >> SO THE MASTER PLAN IS IS TAKING PLACE WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF SEVERAL RELATED EFFORTS TO PROTECT THE NATURAL AND WORKING LANDS FOR A CLIMATE RESILIENCE AUTHORED BY ASSEMBLY MEMBER ASH CORA A.B. 948 ESTABLISHED THE COYOTE VALLEY CONSERVATION PROGRAM AND IT DESIGNATES THE ENTIRE TIDY VALLEY AS A LANDSCAPE OF CRITICAL STATE WIDE SIGNIFICANCE TO HELP CATALYZE CONSERVATION ACTION THE GOVERNOR’S RECENT EXECUTIVE ORDER TO PROTECT 30 PERCENT OF THE STATE’S NATURAL AND WORKING LANDS BY 2030 IS ONE OF THE STATE’S SIGNATURE CLIMATE PROTECTION STRATEGIES AND IT HIGHLIGHTS THE IMPORTANCE OF OUR LOCAL CONSERVATION WORK AND THEN LOCALLY THE SPACE AUTHORITY WAS REALLY HAPPY TO SUPPORT CITY STAFF AND THE 2014 GENERAL PLAN FOR YOUR REVIEW TASK FORCE IN RECOMMENDING RE DESIGNATION OF KYRIE VALLEY AS OPEN SPACE AND AGRICULTURE WHICH WILL ALIGN LAND USES WITH ITS IMPORTANT CONSERVATION VALUES AND THAT EFFORT WE ALSO SUPPORT STAFF AND TASK FORCE RECOMMENDATIONS TO PILOT A CARBON AND MITIGATION CREDIT PROGRAM TO HELP INCENTIVIZE INFILL DEVELOPMENT WITHIN THE CITY AND TO HOPEFULLY CREATE A FUNDING SOURCE FOR CONSERVATION ACTIONS IN THE HIERARCHY VALLEY THE AUTHORITY IS ALSO PARTNERING WITH THE CITY TO DEVELOP THAT NATURAL AND WORKING LANDS ELEMENT AS PART OF CLIMATE SMART SANTOS ZAY AND THIS PROJECT WILL HELP US UNDERSTAND THE ROLE THAT LAND PRESERVATION AND MANAGEMENT INQUIRY VALLEY CAN PLAY AS PART OF THE CITY’S OVERALL CLIMATE ACTION PLAN AND THEN FINALLY CADIA VALLEY FEATURES VERY PROMINENTLY IN THE SANTA CLARA VALLEY AGRICULTURAL PLAN SO TO IMPLEMENT THAT WORK WE CONTINUE TO WORK WITH LOCAL LANDOWNERS TO PRESERVE KEY PROPERTIES AND WE’LL WORK VERY CLOSELY WITH THE COUNTY DURING THEIR GENERAL PLANNING UPDATE AND ZONING ORDINANCE UPDATES TO ENSURE THAT LAND USE PROTECTIONS FOR AGRICULTURE AND OPEN SPACE REMAIN VERY STRONG NEXT SLIDE SO OUR VISION THROUGH A SCIENCE BASED AND COMMUNITY FORUM PLANNING PROCESS WE AIM TO STOP WALESH NEW VISION AND LONG RANGE PLAN FOR THE NORTH TIDY VALLEY CONSERVATION AREA TO BASICALLY PROTECT AND RESTORE THE NATURAL ENVIRONMENT AND CREATE A TRULY UNIQUE OPEN SPACE PRESERVE IN THE NATION’S 10TH LARGEST CITY SO THE PLAN WILL FOCUS ON ECOLOGICAL AND FLOODPLAIN RESTORATION TO PROTECT HABITATS, PROMOTE GROUNDWATER QUALITY AND RECHARGE TO PROVIDE FLOOD PROTECTION BENEFITS THROUGH GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE

PROJECTS AND THIS WORK WILL BE VERY CLOSELY INTEGRATED WITH OTHER PLAN ELEMENTS INCLUDING AGRICULTURE, NATURE BASED RECREATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL INTERPRETATION THOUGHTFUL DESIGN IN PARTNERSHIP WITH INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES AND THE PLANNING PROCESS WE’LL ALSO LOOK AT SECTORS LIKE TRANSPORTATION AND ECONOMICS HOW DO WE GET PEOPLE TO THIS LANDSCAPE SAFELY ON PUBLIC TRANSIT? HOW DO WE ENGAGE HIGH SPEED RAIL CALTRANS DTI D.A. AND PLANNING FOR THE WILDLIFE CROSSINGS? WE HAVE BEEN DISCUSSED THEN HOW CAN WE SUPPORT A NEW ECONOMIC VISION AND A LARGER KIND VALLEY BASED ON NATURE, RECREATION AND AGRICULTURE? WHAT OPPORTUNITIES ARE THERE FOR SUSTAINABLE REVENUE GENERATION TO IMPLEMENT THE PLAN? SO TO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS TO LEAD CREATION OF THE PLAN AND THE VISION AND SEPTEMBER WE WELCOME NICK PERRY TO OUR TEAM AS THE AUTHORITIES DEDICATED HIGHLY VALLEY PROJECT MANAGER NICK BRINGS A TREMENDOUS WEALTH OF EXPERTISE THE PROJECT AND I’M HAPPY TO TURN THE PRESENTATION OVER TO HIM THIS TIME >> THANKS SO MUCH, MATT GOOD AFTERNOON COUNCIL MEMBERS AGAIN NICK PERRY SANTA CLARA VALLEY OPEN SPACE OF BERRYESSA COUNTY VALLEY PROJECT MANAGER THREE MONTHS INTO THIS ROLE I’M VERY HAPPY TO BE PRESENTING TO YOU ALL TODAY SO ONE OF THE FIRST THINGS THAT I’M WORKING ON IS IN MY NEW ROLE AS THE MASTER PLANS PROJECT MANAGER IS CREATING A TEAM AND BUILDING STRONG PARTNERSHIPS OF ALL THE STAKEHOLDERS THAT ARE INVESTED AND CARE ABOUT THE FUTURE OF COUNTY VALLEY CORE PROJECT TEAM CURRENTLY CONSISTS >> OF THE AGENCIES THAT OWN OR MANAGE CONSERVED LANDS IN COUNTY VALLEY THE OPEN SPACE AUTHORITY, THE PENINSULA OPEN SPACE TRUST AND THE CITY OF SANTA FE AND A MORE RECENT ADDITION TO THE CORE TEAM IS THE SANTA CLARA VALLEY HABITAT AGENCY WHICH WE ARE WORKING WITH TO ESTABLISH CONSERVATION SPOTS IN COUNTY VALLEY AND RURAL CONSERVE PLANTS AND SO THEIR RESERVE SYSTEM RIGHT NOW BEFORE AGENCIES ARE WORKING TOGETHER ON A PROJECT CHARTER FOR THE MASTER PLAN IT’S A NON LEGALLY BINDING AGREEMENT THAT WILL ESTABLISH A SHARED VISION TO FIND ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITI AS WE BUILD A STRONG FOUNDATION FOR ONGOING INTERAGENCY COLLABORATION DURING THE MASTER PLANNING PROCESS SO >> AGAIN TO KIND OF ORIENT YOU, ONE OF THE FIRST THINGS THAT WE’RE WORKING ON IS HOLDING THE SCOPE OF THE MASTER PLAN AND THE AREAS OF FOCUS TO DO THIS WE’VE STARTED TO DEFINE WHAT WE’RE CALLING TIERS OF INFLUENCE AND THE FIRST TIER USE THIS LASER POINTER TO SEE IF THAT WORKS IS THE NORTH KAILUA VALLEY CONSERVATION AREA IT’S THE HEART OF THE PLANNING PROCESS THAT’S WHERE WE HAVE SITE CONTROL IT’S THE NINE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES THAT WILL DOESN’T HAVE A SITE PLAN FOR AND BALANCE THE MAIN GOALS WE HAVE FOR EACH PORTION OF COUNTY VALLEY ARE THE SECOND TIER IS MID COUNTY VALLEY THEN NORTH COUNTY DOWN IN LAGUNA AND ARE INTRINSICALLY LINKED TO THE FUTURE OF MID COUNTY VALLEY SPECIFICALLY THE AREA WEST THE SENATE’S RECENT BOULEVARD ALONG FISSURES CREEK ONTO A GROWING ASSEMBLAGE OF CONSERVE LANDS THE PLAN WILL CONTEMPLATE LONG TERM CHANGES TO FISHER CREEK WHICH COULD IMPROVE HOW WATER FLOWS DOWNSTREAM INTO NORTH COUNTY VALLEY AND LAGUNA SECA IN SERVICE TOWARDS THE PLAN’S HABITAT FOR RESTORATION AND AGRICULTURAL GOALS AND PERSONNEL AS THEY CONTINUE TO WORK WITH WILLING LANDOWNERS ON CONSERVING ADDITIONAL LANDS AND MAKE COUNTY IN THE THIRD TIER IS THE REGIONAL FOCUS AREA AND THAT’S ANALYSIS AND BROADER POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS THAT NEED TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE LARGER CONTEXT OF THE ENTIRE SEVENTEEN THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED ACRES OF COUNTY VALLEY AS DEFINED BY AP 1948 WHICH MATT MENTIONED EARLIER AND SO THAT’S THE AREA HIGHLIGHTED IN THIS ARMS LINE ENTIRE VALLEY AND LOOKING AT THINGS LIKE HYDROLOGICAL PLANNING, TRANSPORTATION, FINDING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND REGIONAL TRAILS AND RECREATION REGIONAL TRAILS AND RECREATION AND LARGER GEOGRAPHY >> SO OVER THE PAST YEAR WE’VE BEEN CAREFULLY SCOPING SEVERAL ELEMENTS AND WORKING WITH EXPERTS TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF LESSONS LEARNED AND MANAGE AN EFFECTIVE PROCESS THAT WILL LEAD TO GOOD ON GROUND OUTCOMES MOST RECENTLY ON THIS ARE JUST SOME EXAMPLES OF ROUNDTABLE AND OTHER AVENUES WE’VE BEEN EXPLORING DURING THIS YEAR OF KIND OF RAMPING UP MOST RECENTLY AS MATT MENTIONED WE’VE BEEN WORKING TO IDENTIFY OPPORTUNITIES AND CONSTRAINTS FOR SUSTAINABLE AND EQUITABLE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENTS IN COUNTY VALLEY THAT SUPPORT THE COUNTY BODY LANDSCAPE LINKAGE SAN JOSE’S MEASURED KEY IN TERMS OF COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATIONS SINCE DAY ONE HAS BEEN THE AUTHORITY’S ATTENTION TO PLAN FOR ENGAGE IN GENUINE AND ROBUST COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PROCESS OUR VISION IS TO APPROACH ENGAGEMENT NOT JUST CHECKING THE BOX OR PRIORITY LIST BUT SOMETHING THAT’S REALLY ROOTED IN WHAT WE’RE CALLING WHAT’S COMING FOR TWO TO DIE JUSTICE EQUITY, DIVERSITY, INCLUSION AND ACCESSIBILITY WHICH WE KNOW ARE ALSO PRIORITIES AND VALUES HELD BY THE CITY OF STANDARDS RIGHT NOW REALLY WORKING ON PARTNERSHIP PLANNING, WORKING TO IDENTIFY PARTNERS IN THE COMMUNITY THAT WOULD WANT TO WORK WITH US ON THE MASTERPLAN WE WANT REACH OUT TO AND WORKING WITH SOME THAT WE’VE NEVER REACHED OUT TO IN THE PAST AS WE KNOW AS THE OSA AND BUILDING THOSE RELATIONSHIPS BEFORE THE MASTER PLANNING PROCESS REALLY GETS UNDERWAY AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING WITH CITY TO CONTINUE IDENTIFYING NEW POTENTIAL PARTNERSHIPS AMONG THE FIRST PARTNERSHIPS WORKING TO BUILD OUR ONES WITH THE LOCAL NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES A MEDICINE AND

MULLAH MY OHLONE IN RECOGNITION OF THEIR IS TO THIS LANDSCAPE I RECENTLY ALSO COMPLETED A COMMUNITY QUESTIONNAIRE THIS WAS ISSUED TO CELEBRATE AND CAPITALIZE ON THE PARTNERSHIP ACQUISITION IN NORTH COUNTY VALLEY THE QUESTIONNAIRES RECEIVED 400 RESPONSES AND HELPING US BETTER UNDERSTAND HOW PEOPLE RELATE TO COUNTY VALUE TODAY AND WE’RE CURRENTLY IN THE PROCESS OF SYNTHESIZIN THE RESULTS OF THAT QUESTIONNAIRE >> AND SOME NEXT STEPS IN COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT THAT EARLY PHASE WILL BE TO COMPLETE A COMMUNITY NEEDS ASSESSMENT TO UNDERSTAND THE TYPES OF VALUES AND EXPERIENCES THAT ARE IMPORTANT TO THE COMMUNITY WE ARE WORKING ON A COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT PLAN THAT ALLOWS THE COMMUNITY TO HELP US SHAPE THE MASTERPLAN THROUGH A WIDE AND DIVERSE RANGE OF ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES WE ARE ALSO DEVELOPING COMMUNICATIONS PLAN TO ENSURE THAT UPDATES ON THE MASTER PLAN ARE CLEARLY COMMUNICATED COMMUNITY NEWSLETTERS, WEB SOCIAL MEDIA AND OTHER PLATFORMS AND WE REALLY WELCOME AND APPRECIATE ANY ADVICE OR INSIGHTS ON HOW TO ENGAGE YOUR CONSTITUENTS AS THE MASSIVE FINDING PROCESS GETS UNDERWAY >> SO SOME NEXT STEPS THAT ARE HAPPENING OVER THE COMING MONTHS WE WILL BE FINALIZING THE SEA PROJECT CHARTER WHICH I MENTIONED WE’RE GOING TO CONTINUE TO COLLECT AND ANALYZE BASELINE DATA AS MATT MENTIONS THE SCIENCE BASED PROCESS GETTING DATA ON THINGS LIKE GROUNDWATER, HOW THE ROADS ARE FUNCTIONING IN TERMS OF THE WILDLIFE LINKAGES WE ARE WORKING TO PREPARE AND RELEASE AN RFP TO HIRE A CONSULTANT TEAM TO COMPLIMENT INTERAGENCY TEAM AND LEAD DEVELOPMENT OF THE MASTER PLANS DESIGN AND TECHNICAL ELEMENTS AND WE’RE CONTINUE TO PURSUE GRANTS AND OTHER FUNDING SOURCES FOR THE MASTER PLANNING PROCESS WE’RE ALSO REFINING THE OVERALL TIMELINE AT THIS POINT OR ESTIMATING A ROUGHLY FIVE YEAR TIMELINE FOR MASTER PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW LEADING TOWARDS PHASE 1 IMPLEMENTATION OF MASTER CONCEPTS >> SO WHILE THAT PLANNING WORK IS TAKING PLACE, WE’RE NOT JUST SITTING ON OUR HANDS WE’RE DOING STUFF OUT IN THE LAND TO CONTINUE TO STEWART MANAGE THE CONSERVED LANDS AND COUNTY VALLEY UNDER WE’RE DOING CONSERVATION GRAZING, WEED MANAGEMENT ETC AND WHEN PANDEMIC CONDITIONS ALLOW YOU HOPE TO RESUME DOESN’T LIKE TOURS AND PROGRAMS AND PUBLIC ACCESS CURRENTLY CONSERVE LANDS AND WHILE THEY DON’T ALLOW WE’RE CONTINUING INTERPRETATION AND EDUCATION ONLINE AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO DOING THAT IN-PERSON AS I SAID ALLOW SO THAT CONCLUDES OUR FORMAL PRESENTATION AND WE ARE AVAILABLE TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR TIME >> THANK YOU WE HAVE ONE MEMBER OF THE PUBLIC WITH THEIR HANDS TO MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WITH THEIR HANDS RAISED WE’LL GO FIRST TO THE PERSON WHOSE NUMBER ENDS IN 5 1 4 0 >> SIR WHEN YOU’RE READY YOU NEED TO MEET YOURSELF OH HEY >> YOU CAN YOU CAN YOU GUYS HEAR ME? CAN YOU HEAR ME? YES I I CAN’T FIND WORDS THIS IS ON THE ON THE AGENDA I HAVE AN OPEN BUT I CAN’T FIND >> IT WE >> ARE ON ITEM FIVE OPEN SPACE AUTHORITY UPDATE ON NORTH COUNTY VALLEY >> OH YEAH YEAH I’M GLAD THAT WE >> ARE NOT BUILDING ANYTHING THERE IS GOING TO BE OPEN SPACE WE ACTUALLY HOPE THAT THEY WOULD BUILD SOMETHING THERE BECAUSE IT WOULD FLOOD SO IT WAS A GOOD IDEA TO KEEP IT AS AN OPEN OPEN SPACE AREA BECAUSE THIS REGION TOBI IS A FLOOD ZONE NOBODY KNOWS THAT BUT LIKE THE GUADALUPE A RIVER IF YOU’RE JUST A COUPLE OF BLOCKS AWAY YOU HAVE TO PAY FLOOD INSURANCE SO IT’S SILLY TO BUILD THINGS IN A FLOOD ZONE SO I’M GLAD THAT EVERYBODY HAS DECIDED THE RIGHT THING IS TO KEEP IT AS AN AS AN OPEN SPACE AND I WANT EVERYONE TO READ THE HISTORY OF HOW THE NATIVE AMERICANS WERE ABLE TO CONTROL THE FLOODING HERE I DON’T THINK SAM READ THAT BOOK HE HERE BUT HE SURE COULD HELP PEOPLE MOVE THEIR DRESSER OUT WHEN THE NEWS CAMERAS WERE THERE WHEN THERE WAS FLOODING SO YEAH, I THINK THAT HAVING IT AS A FLOOD ZONE IS IMPORTANT AND THAT PEOPLE SHOULD PROBABLY LOOK THROUGH THE HISTORY THAT NATIVE AMERICANS HOW THEY WERE ABLE TO TO CONTROL THE FLOODING BECAUSE WE HAVEN’T BEEN ABLE TO FOR THE LAST HUNDRED YEARS DOING A DISASTROUS JOB AND WE’LL SEE IF IT HAPPENS AGAIN THIS YEAR SOMETHING TELLS ME IT WILL BUT YEAH, YOU GUYS KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK AT LEAST LOOK, THAT’S ONE OF THE FEW THINGS THE CITY HAS DONE CORRECTLY THANKS A LOT >> THANK YOU THE NEXT SPEAKER IS BLAIR BEEKMAN THANK >> YOU FOR THIS ITEM SO REALLY IMPORTANT ITEM TO SANTA IS A GOOD LOOK AND HOW YOU DEVELOP THIS ISSUE MY CONCERNS WHERE I COME FROM ON THIS ISSUE ARE WITH TECHNOLOGY G AND AND GOOD OPEN PUBLIC POLICY

PRACTICES THIS AREA MAY >> BE NEEDING, YOU KNOW, TECHNOLOGY IN THE FUTURE AND I SUGGEST >> AS ALWAYS A GOOD OPEN SEE IDEAS ARE HELPFUL AND NEEDED THE CITY OF DAVIS WAS MENTIONED EARLIER A FEW TIMES MAYBE TODAY AT LEAST ONCE EARLIER TODAY >> THEY THEY HAVE DEVELOPED A REALLY GOOD STANDARD OF HOW THEY’RE GOING TO TALK ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THE TECHNOLOGY WITH THEIR COMMUNITY SO THEY’RE DEVELOPING POLICY PRACTICES AND IDEAS TO CLEARLY EXPLAIN WHAT THEY’RE DOING AND WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE TECHNOLOGY THAT WILL BE HAPPENING THEY THEY’VE DEVELOPED REALLY GOOD WILDLIFE POLICY PROGRAM WILDLIFE AND TRAIL PUBLIC POLICIES WITH TECHNOLOGY THAT I HOPE YOU CAN LOOK INTO FOR THE ISSUES THAT WILL BE LICCARDO VALLEY AREA AND TO CONCLUDE AS THIS IS PART OF MEASURE KEY OVERSIGHT AND IT’S YOU KNOW, I THINK IT’S >> TAX IDEAS FOR THE EACH YEAR >> THAT’S PART OF THE PUBLIC OVERSIGHT PROCESS THERE WAS KIND OF I THOUGHT I REMEMBERED THERE PROMISES THAT MEASURE KEY OVERSIGHT WOULD START TO ADDRESS ISSUES OF TECHNOLOGY ITSELF AND I WAS ALL EXCITED HOW THIS CAN BE A BOARD MEASURE KEY OVERSIGHT BOARD CAN BE A PLACE THAT CAN DO AND EVENTUALLY DEVELOP INTO A PLACE OF TECHNOLOGY OVERSIGHT FOR WHAT I THINK ISSUES WILL BE IN PRIORITY VALLEY BASICALLY >> SO YOU KNOW BUT I LIKE A FEW YEARS AWAY AND I FEEL UNCOMFORTABLE THAT’S NOT REALLY GELLING AND HAPPENING I HOPE YOU CAN CONSIDER YOU KNOW, THERE ARE A COUPLE REVIEW BOARDS ALREADY OF TECHNOLOGY POLICY IN SAN JOSE I HOPE THOSE CAN BE CONSIDERED AT THIS TIME THANK YOU >> THANK YOU TO MANY OF MY COLLEAGUES WOULD ANY OF MY COLLEAGUES LIKE TO SPEAK ON THIS ITEM >> ARMY’S APPROVAL >> THANK YOU SECOND, THANK YOU AND WE’LL TAKE CAROL >> BERRYESSA YES YES YES I PERALEZ DAVIS I >> THANK YOU THANKS AND WE WILL MOVE ON TO ITEM SIX THE STEVENS CREEK CORRIDOR UPDATE I SEE THERE’S NO PRESENTATION FOR THAT >> THAT’S CORRECT >> ALL RIGHT WE DO HAVE ONE PUBLIC SPEAKER FOR THAT ITEM >>, MR. BEEKMAN, THANK YOU IT’S KIND OF TAKING A MINUTE TO FIND MY SPEECH HERE WE CAN HOLD ON A SECOND, OK? GOT IT IT SHOULD BE FAIRLY SHORT TO ASK AGAIN >> WILL ELECTRIC BUSES AND IT’S CHARGING ME TO TAKE SOME SORT OF BUDGET PRECEDENTS IN THE NEXT SEVERAL YEARS BEFORE EXPERIMENTAL A B IDEAS AND TO CONCLUDE WITH FUTURE IDEAS OF PUBLIC TRANSIT THROUGH WAYS AND TRANSIT NEEDS ALONG ROUTE 85 THAT WILL AFFECT STEVENS CREEK BOULEVARD PLEASE CONSIDER THE CONTINUED GOOD WORK OF LOCAL COUNCIL HOUSING ADVOCACY AND HOW NEW IDEAS OF V.A. ALIVE ELI AND MIXED INCOME HOUSING CAN INCLUDE A WIDE RANGE OF INCOMES THAT CAN HELP EASE AND SAFELY ADDRESS IMPORTANT NEW QUESTIONS OF HOUSING ZONING ALONG THE FUTURE ROUTE EIGHTY FIVE TRANSIT HUBS AND THE QUESTIONS OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING ALONG THE ENTIRETY OF EIGHTY FIVE ITSELF IT WILL BE A LOT FOR THE FUTURE JAY WRIGHT EIGHTY FIVE ADVISORY BOARD TO BALANCE HOUSING AP VEHICLES AND OTHER PUBLIC TRANSIT CHOICES FOR THE FUTURE OF ADDITIONAL ARCH ROUTE EIGHTY FIVE LANES I HOPE ARE ALL UP TO THE TASK OF WORKING >> ON THESE ISSUES TOGETHER IN THE COMING YEARS THANK YOU >> >> THANK YOU AND JUST TO GIVE A HEADLINE AND MY COLLEAGUES ARE DECIDING IF THEY HAVE ANY QUESTIONS JUST THE HEADLINE FROM THE MEMO IS THAT THE STEVENS CREEK CORRIDOR A JOINT VISION STUDY IS NOT YET FOLEY FUNDED BUT SAN JOSE HAS IDENTIFIED ITS PORTION AT ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS AND THE JURISDICTION AGREEMENTS ARE BEING WORKED ON AND THE EXPECTATION IS THAT THE WORK ON THE HEART THE I’M JUST GONNA READ THIS LAST SENTENCE HERE THE EXPECTATION IS THAT THE WORK ON THE JOINT VISION STUDY WILL BEGIN NO LATER THAN JULY OF TWENTY TWENTY ONE COUNCIL MEMBER PERALEZ ACTUALLY ALONG THOSE LINES I JUST WANTED TO SEE IF THERE’S THAT GOING TO POSSIBLY DELAY SOME OF THE WORK THAT WE HAVE GOING IN REGARDS TO THE AIRPORT CONNECTOR FROM DIEP ON BECAUSE

I WE WE COMPOSE TOGETHER AND THAT RFI BUT OBVIOUSLY IT’S THIS IS MUCH MORE ROBUST OF WORK SO JUST KIND OF CURIOUS ON ON TIMING >>, SAYS JESSICA AND DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR DIEP T SO IN FORWARD THE THE AIRPORT CONNECTOR AND THE STEVENS CREEK WORK ARE NOT TIED THROUGH ANY PROCESS AT THIS POINT THEY’LL CONTINUE TO TRY TO LEVERAGE EACH OTHER IN TERMS OF LOOKING AT TECHNOLOGY ETC. BUT THEY WON’T REMAIN TIED SO IT SHOULD NOT HAVE AN EFFECT TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTION >> OKAY THERE WAS NO MOVE TO ACCEPT THE RULES THAT WERE NOT FOR A MEMO I GUESS >> WHAT THANK YOU I WILL SECOND THAT AND WE WILL TAKE THE ROLE >> HOURS YES YES I >> PERALEZ DAVIS I AND THAT MOTION CARRIES WE NOW MOVE ON TO OPEN FORUM >> >> THERE ARE TWO HANDS RAISED WE’LL GO FIRST TO THE PERSON WHOSE PHONE NUMBER ENDS IN 5 1 4 0 >> YEAH IT’S OPEN FORUM AND I’D JUST LIKE TO TELL EVERYBODY CITY COUNCIL WE’LL TALK ABOUT INFRASTRUCTURE DOESN’T NEED TO FOCUS ON NOT FOCUSING ON PARADES AND MARCHES AND PUBLIC ARTWORK YOU KNOW FROM MARXIST ORGANIZATIONS LIKE BLM BEFORE IT’S ABOUT FIXING THE ROADS YOU WERE DRIVING AROUND HERE TO FIX THE ROADS AND SEE HOW BAD THEY ARE THEY’RE TERRIBLE I MEAN I GUESS YOU GUYS MIGHT MIGHT LIKE IT BECAUSE YOU’RE THIRD WORLD DREAM IS COMING TRUE I DON’T KNOW BUT YOU GUYS SEEM TO LIKE IT THIRD WAR A LOT OF HOMELESS BAD ROADS, BAD SIGNS TRASH EVERYWHERE I MEAN THIS THIS IS BECOMING LIKE EL SALVADOR AND NOTHING AGAINST EL SALVADOR I FEEL BAD FOR THOSE PEOPLE BUT IT REALLY IS TERRIBLE HOW AWFUL YOU GUYS ARE IN THE INFRASTRUCTURE AND HOW YOU ARE ALWAYS OUT OF MONEY AND YOU ALWAYS BLAME THE GENERAL NOT ENOUGH MONEY IN THE GENERAL FUND, NOT ENOUGH MONEY GENERAL FUND MONEY IF YOU’RE GOING TO GIVE ALL THESE CITATIONS OUT TO PEOPLE THE TRAFFIC COURTS NOT YOU KNOW BUT YOU GUYS WON’T EVEN KNOW THAT BUT REALLY THIS THE MAYOR OF THIS TOWN, SAM LICCARDO OF WHAT A HYPOCRITE REAL GREAT ON THANKSGIVING I HOPE EVERYONE GOT COLD FEET AND THIS THANKSGIVING I’M NOT KIDDING HE DESERVES IT HE DOESN’T DESERVE THIS CITY DESERVES NOTHING FROM THE RESIDENTS BECAUSE WE’VE ALREADY PAID WE PAY A LOT IN OUR TAXES I JUST LOOKED AT ALL THE UTILITY BILLS THAT COMES IN THIS HOUSE IT’S ALL TAXES TO YOU GUYS DOING WHAT? I DON’T KNOW TONS OF TAXES ON THE TELEPHONE EVERYTHING WE USE AND THEN WHEN SOMETHING IS WRONG, YOU GUYS BOYS YOU’RE GOING TO CALL THE POWER YOU’RE GOING TO CALL YOUR UTILITY COMPANY NO, NO YOU GUYS ARE PARTICIPATING IN THIS AND YOU KNOW IT AND YOU GUYS SHOULD ALL LOOK AT EACH OTHER AND I’M SURE YOU SNICKER AND YOU LAUGH THINKS JUST LIKE YOU DEMOCRAT DEMOCRATS DO YOU’RE TERRIBLE YOU’RE A TERRIBLE, TERRIBLE CITY COUNCIL AND MAYOR SAM LICCARDO IS THE WORST MAYOR WE’VE EVER HAD IN HISTORY THIS TOWN >> SPEAKERS BLARE BEEKMAN >> I HOPE I CAN GET THROUGH THIS ON A PERSONAL NOTE I HAVE MUCH CONCERN AND MICHELE FLOURNOY AS A POSSIBLE CANDIDATE IS U.S DEFENSE SECRETARY HER LIFE’S WORK IS OFTEN CONNECTED TO AN OVERRELIANCE OF WAR INSTEAD OF HUMAN RIGHTS, CIVIL PROTECTIONS AND OPEN DIALOG AS THE IDEAS OF PEACE BETTER REASONING IN THE CONCEPTS OF AMERICAN EXCEPTIONALISM WE ARE SIMPLY AT A TIME TO LOOK FOR AND RETURN TO THE GOOD PATH TOWARDS THIS COUNTRY’S FUTURE REMINDER IN THIS TIME OF A LAME DUCK PRESIDENCY, THE CURRENT PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP JUST FIRED A VERY DECENT MINDED DEFENSE SECRETARY AND FIRED OTHERS FROM IMPORTANT CABINET POSITIONS FROM THIS I THINK IT REALLY NEEDS TO BE NOTED AT THIS TIME THAT FAIRLY LARGE CATASTROPHIC EVENTS LOCALLY, NATIONALLY AND INTERNATIONALL IN THE PAST 20 YEARS OFTEN TAKE PLACE WITHIN THE EARLY TRANSITION AND CHANGE OR PRESIDENTIAL ADMINISTRATOR AND OPEN COMMUNICATION BETWEEN LOCAL GOVERNMENT BUREAUCRACY AND LOCAL COMMUNITY AT THIS TIME IS IMPORTANT WITH ALL THE FACTORS IN THE DECISION MAKING, CITY GOVERNMENTS LIKE SANTOS HAS TO GO THROUGH AND TO NOTE LAST FRIDAY’S STUDY SESSION ON ITS FUTURE OF COMMUNITY ENERGY CHOICES I AM LEARNING THE CONCEPTS OF NATURAL DISASTERS AND CATASTROPHIC CATASTROPHIC EVENTS MAY ALWAYS BE AN IMPORTANT PART IN THE CITY GOVERNMENT DECISION MAKING THE MAYOR SEEMED TO TRY TO ADDRESS THIS AND HOW TO PLAN WITH IDEAS OF HYDROGEN FUELS FUEL CELLS THE NEXT FEW YEARS EAST BAY COMMUNITY ENERGY IS SPECIFICALLY NOT USING HYDROGEN TECHNOLOGY

WHAT I THINK IS TO SEE HOW THE SAN JOSE PROGRAM CAN DEVELOP BUT OVERALL I FEEL THE INITIAL THINKING OF PERALEZ CARRASCO AND COUNCIL PERSONS FOLEY AT THE FRIDAY MEETING WAS SIMPLY HOW TO PLAN FOR OUR NEXT 10 YEARS NO MATTER WHAT FUTURE DOES OUR NATURAL DISASTER CATASTROPHIC A CATASTROPHIC EVENT MAY OR MAY NOT TAKE PLACE SO WITH THIS IN MIND THE IDEAS OF HOW TO BUILD UPON IDEAS OF SOLAR POWER AND HOW TO WORK ON THE EFFORTS TO BUILD UPON ITS STORAGE CAPACITY IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED INCREDIBLY DECENT AND IMPORTANT AND I THINK WHAT PERALEZ CARRASCO AND FOLEY WERE WORKING ON AND SHOULDN’T START AND SHOULD ALWAYS WORK IN STRONG PARALLEL WITH ANY POSSIBLE COMING CATASTROPHIC EVENTS THAT WILL LEAD THAT WILL TEND TO WANT TO PUT OFF NEW IDEAS FOR MORE FAMILIAR TRADITIONAL CUMBERSOME FOSSIL FUEL IDEAS AND LIKE LIKEWISE PRACTICES CURRENT PLANS OF 10 HOURS SO AS STORAGE CAPACITY BY 2025 I WORKED A 24 HOUR EXAMPLES INSTEAD TO CONCLUDE I HELPED LICCARDO WILL LEARN HOW TO MAKE AN IMPORTANT POINT CONCLUDES SOLAR POWER STORAGE IDEAS EACH TIME HE TALKS ABOUT HIS HYDROGEN FUEL CELL PLANS AND CONCEPTS IN THE NEXT FEW YEARS THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND >> THE NEXT SPEAKER AS ROBERT AND GARY >> YEAH I LISTEN TO QUITE A BIT OF THIS MEETING TODAY DIDN’T COMMENT ON ANYTHING BUT I WOULD JUST LIKE TO SAY THAT THE VOICE OF THE UN HOUSE IS SADLY MISSING FROM A LOT THINGS ESPECIALLY WHEN WE HAVE TO WE’RE DEALING WITH TRANSPORTATION AND WATER BECAUSE THOSE PEOPLE ARE THE ONES WHO ARE LIVING AMONG THE CREEKS AND ALONG THE RIVER THE RIVER LA LIVING ALL ALL KINDS OF PLACES WHERE THEY SHOULDN’T BE LIVING BUT IT’S BECAUSE THEY HAVE NOWHERE ELSE TO GO AND I WOULD LIKE TO SAY THAT AGAIN I BELIEVE THAT WE NEED TO HAVE A COMMITTEE, A COMMISSION OR SOME SORT OF VOICE THAT INCLUDES THE UN HOUSE TO BE ABLE TO BRING FORTH TO THE COUNCIL AND THESE OTHER COMMITTEES HOW THESE DIFFERENT THINGS ARE AFFECTING THEM BECAUSE WHETHER OR NOT YOU OWN A HOME, A HOUSE, LIVE IN AN APARTMENT OR WHEREVER WHEREVER YOU LIVE, YOU STILL HAVE A VOICE IN THIS GOVERNMENT YOU SHOULD HAVE A VOICE AND I BELIEVE THAT A LOT OF DECISIONS ARE BEING MADE FOR THESE FOLKS WITHOUT UNIONS AND LET LET THE COUNCIL KNOW EXACTLY HOW THIS AFFECTS THEM I’VE TRIED TO DO THE BEST I CAN AND I KNOW THAT EVERYBODY ON THE COUNCIL KNOWS WHO I AM AND THEY KNOW WHAT I’M TALKING ABOUT BUT AGAIN, I’M PLEADING THAT SOMEBODY SOMEBODY HAVE THE COURAGE TO STEP FORTH AND WRITE A MEMO AND SUGGEST THAT WE DO SET UP SUCH A COMMITTEE OR COMMISSION SO THAT WE CAN INCLUDE THIS VOICE IN THIS VERY IMPORTANT VOICE IT’S A GROWING NUMBER OF PEOPLE AND MANY PEOPLE THAT WE NEVER SEE THAT ARE INCLUDED IN THIS LIST AND THAT ARE GREATLY AFFECTED BY WHAT GOES ON AND DECISIONS THAT ARE BEING MADE BY OUR COUNCIL AND WITHOUT THE OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS THEMSELVES SO AGAIN, I’M JUST GOING TO DRIVE THAT HOME AND PLEASE SOMEBODY THERE ON COUNCIL PLEASE HAVE THE COURAGE TO DO THIS BECAUSE IT’S VERY, VERY SADLY NEEDED THANK YOU THANK YOU AND WITH THAT OUR MEETING IS ADJOURNED SEE YOU ALL IN THE NEW YEAR >>