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BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

May 6, 2004

Minutes

1.

CALLED TO ORDER

The Regular Meeting of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority�s (VTA) Board of Directors was called to order by Chairperson Gage at 5:35 p.m. in the Board of Supervisors� Chambers, County Government Center, 70 West Hedding Street, San Jose, California.

  
2.

ROLL CALL

Members Present
Jim Beall, Ex-Officio
David Casas
Cindy Chavez
David Cortese
Patricia Dixon
Frederik Fowler
Ron Gonzales
Don Gage, Chairperson
Pete McHugh
John McLemore
Joe Pirzynski, Vice Chairperson
Forrest Williams

Members Absent
Pat Dando

Alternates Present
Dolly Sandoval, Alternate
Dennis Kennedy, Alternate

Alternates Absent
Blanca Alvarado, Alternate
Breene Kerr, Alternate
Ken Yeager, Alternate

* Alternates do not serve unless participating as a Member.

A quorum was present.

  
3.

ORDERS OF THE DAY

Chairperson Gage deferred to June 3, 2004, Agenda Item # 26., Authorize the General Manager to execute a contract with R. M. Harris Co., Inc., the lowest responsible bidder, in the amount of $639,176 for construction of the I-880 Widening Ancillary Contract and Soundwall Project.

Chairperson Gage removed Agenda Item #11., Adopt a support position for AB 2471 (Longville), which requires the Office of the Legislative Analyst to conduct a study of the costs to public transit operators of providing service to new housing developments of more than 150 units.

Chairperson Gage removed from�Other and placed on the Consent Agenda: Agenda Item #27., Authorize the General Manager to execute Cooperative Agreements with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) covering construction of the Route 87 North HOV Lanes and the Route 87 South HOV Lanes Projects.

Chairperson Gage removed from the Consent Agenda and placed on the Regular Agenda: Agenda Item #20., Approve distribution of the Fiscal Year 2004-2005 Congestion Management Program (CMP) Draft Work Program and Amended Budget to Member Agencies for review and comment.

Chairperson Gage requested the meeting be adjourned in memory of Station Maintenance Supervisor Alex Lavorica, Chaboya Division Operator Michael Godbout, and Citizen's Advisory Committee Member Mas Minami.

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to accept the Orders of the Day.

  
4.

AWARDS AND COMMENDATIONS

A. Employees of the Month for May 2004

Chairperson Gage presented an award to Raymond Stafford, Light Rail Operations as VTA Employee of the Month of May 2004. Joanna Nguyen, Cerone, Administration, and Sally Torres, Chaboya Maintenance were unable to attend.

B. Resolution of Commendation - Outreach

Chairperson Gage presented the Commendation to Dr. Kathryn Heatley, Executive Officer of OUTREACH.

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to adopt Resolution No. 04.05.04 recognizing and commending OUTREACH for twenty-five years of service to the community.

  
5.

PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS

Bob Jaffee, Advisory Board Member of the Santa Clara County Council on Aging, expressed concern regarding affordable, convenient transit for the elderly and disabled.

Nathan Cardon, Interested Citizen, expressed concern regarding a potential fare increase.

Jerry Grace, Interested Citizen, expressed opposition to a potential fare increase. Noted San Jose SHARKS victory.

Silvia Rodriguez, ACORN, expressed concern regarding affordable transit for poor people, immigrants, the elderly, and students. Translated by Chris Lepe, Transportation and Land Use Coalition (TALC).

Mr. Lepe requested VTA perform a study to identify alternatives to avoid the potential fare increase and service cuts, and submitted a petition to stop fare hikes and bus and light rail service cuts, and improve transportation options by finishing the East Valley Downtown Light Rail extension.

Ex-Officio Board Member Beall took his seat at 5:50 p.m.

Alicia Shretter, Students for Justice (SFJ), expressed opposition regarding potential fare increases.

Lupe Madrano, Silicon Valley Council of the Blind, stated that VTA must be accountable for their budget and expressed concern regarding potential fare increases and service cuts.

Latoria Wilhans, California Black Caucus, and Students for Justice, expressed concern regarding potential fare increases and service cuts.

Lindsey Leong, Californians for Justice, expressed opposition to potential fare increases.

Darlene Wallach, Interested Citizen, expressed concern regarding fare increases and service cuts.

Marquinita Saucier II, Interested Citizen, expressed concern regarding the affordability of transit and potential service cuts. Translated by Mr. Lepe.

Mauvela Salgado, Escuela Popular, urged the Board of Directors not to increase fares or cut services. Translated by Mr. Lepe.

Sylvester James Jacob, Interested Citizen, expressed sympathy and withheld his information at this time in memory of Station Maintenance Supervisor Alex Lavorica, Chaboya Division Operator Michael Gadbout and, Citizen's Advisory Committee Member Mas Minami.

Landon Leffler, Foster Kids, expressed opposition regarding potential service cuts and fare increases.

Margaret Okuzumi, Bay Rail Alliance, distributed a chart and noted her position against fare increases and stated that the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) might send back the VTP 2030 Plan because it is not financially constrained.

Ana Benderas, M.E.Ch.A, expressed concern regarding the affordability of transit and possible service cuts. Board Member Gonzales took his seat at 6:10 p.m.

Eugene Bradley, Santa Clara VTA Riders Union expressed opposition regarding the potential increase in fares and cuts in service.

Teri Nguyen, Californians for Justice, expressed concern regarding the need for affordable and convenient transit.

Zenaida Alvarado, Cesar Chavez Committee, expressed opposition to potential fare increases and service cuts. Translated by Mr. Lepe.

Marcella Leyva, Interested Citizen, urged the Board of Directors not to adopt a fare increase.

Lidia Reguerin, Escuela Popular, expressed concern with the high cost of transit.

Ex-Officio Board Member Beall left his seat at 6:10 p.m.

Maria Angelica, Interested Citizen, expressed opposition regarding fare increases and service cuts. Translated by Mr. Lepe.

Joey Rodriquez, Interested Citizen, urged the Board of Directors not to raise fares and cut transit service.

Ex-Officio Board Member Beall took his seat at 6:14 p.m.

Zak Cribari, Interested Citizen, expressed concern regarding the affordability of transit and urged the Board of Directors not to cut services.

Oscar David Ramirez, Interested Citizen, urged the Board of Directors not to raise fares or cut transit service. Mr. Lepe translated.

  
6.

Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) Chairperson's Report

Dolly Sandoval, PAC Chairperson, reported that at the April 8, 2004 PAC Meeting the Committee discussed: the possible use of smaller buses and asked for a report on ZEB as a future agenda item; the proposed transit and the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) fare modifications for implementation January 1, 2005; rider demographics and how VTA collects data and requested a copy of VTA's latest on-board survey. The Committee also discussed their desire to receive documents electronically. Ms. Sandoval reported that the Committee passed a motion to agree with the recommended fare increase and torevisit increased fares as sales tax revenue rises.

  
7.

Hearing - Notice of Intention to Adopt a Resolution of Necessity - Route 880 Widening Project (2/3 Vote Required for Adoption)

John Ristow, Deputy Director Programming and Highway Administration, stated that Item #7 concerns the Route 880 Widening Ancillary Contract and Soundwall Project. In order to construct slope protection, a drainage ditch and an access gate alongside Route 880, a temporary construction easement must be acquired from the property described in the Board Memorandum for this item. Additionally, in order to provide infrequent access for maintenance of these improvements, an ingress-egress easement will be acquired. The ingress-egress easement will also be used for construction access.

The Board Memorandum sets forth the findings that needed to be made by the Board to adopt the resolution and the resolution will authorize the filing of a condemnation proceeding in which the compensation to be paid by VTA for the property will be determined.

The property owner, Mr. Sanjiv Kakkar, was notified of this hearing and of the intention of the Board to adopt the resolution. Mr. Kakkar did not submit a request to be heard on this matter.

Since the property owner was not present to address the Board, it was requested that the Board make the required findings and adopt the Resolution Of Necessity for the property specified in Agenda Item #7.

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to close the hearing and adopt Resolution No. 04.05.05 of Necessity in connection with the Route 880 Widening Project pursuant to Article 2 (commencing with Section 1245.210) of Chapter 4 of Title 7 of Part 3 of the Code of Civil Procedure of the State of California; and further, direct the filing of eminent domain proceedings for the acquisition of certain real property as follows:

Property ID Number/Owner/Assessors Parcel Number

18625/Sanjiv Kakkar/APN: 235-05-018

Ex-Officio Board Member Beall left his seat at 6:23 p.m.

  

CONSENT AGENDA

8.

Minutes of the Board of Directors' Regular Meeting of April 1, 2004

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to approve the Minutes of the Board of Directors' Regular Meeting of February 5, 2004.

  
 

ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE

9.

Legislative Positions: AB 392 (Montanez)

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to adopt a support position for AB 392 (Montanez), which codifies a Caltrans policy to provide equal funding for the Environmental Justice and Community-Based Transportation Planning Grant Programs.�

  
10.

Legislative Positions: AB 1320 (Dutra)

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to adopt a support position for AB 1320 (Dutra), which authorizes a city or county to prepare plans for a transit village development district that demonstrates any 5 of 13 specific public benefits listed in current law, rather than all 13 benefits.

  
11.

(Removed from the Agenda)

Adopt a support position for AB 2471 (Longville), which requires the Office of the Legislative Analyst to conduct a study of the costs to public transit operators of providing service to new housing developments of more than 150 units.

  
12.

Annual Renewal of Property and Casualty Insurance Coverage

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to authorize the General Manager to purchase insurance coverage for Excess Liability, General and Auto Liability, Public Officials Errors and Omission Liability, Property/Boiler and Machinery, Inland Marine for Buses, Vans and Mobile Equipment, Inland Marine for Light Rail Vehicles, and Flood exposures, for the annual Operations Program insurance renewal for an amount not to exceed $1,700,000.

  
13.

Purchase of the Policy Extension for Workers� Compensation, General Liability and Railroad Protective Liability Insurance (RRPLI) coverage for the Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP) for Rail Construction Projects

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to authorize the purchase of a ten-month policy extension from TIG Insurance Company and AIU Insurance Company, for Workers' Compensation, General Liability Insurance and RRPLI coverage for the Owner Controlled Insurance Program (OCIP) for Rail Construction Projects for the policy period from July 1, 2004 through April 30, 2005, for an amount not to exceed $597,918. With this extension the total premiums paid for these policies is $4,398,078.

  
14.

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority's FY 2004-2005 Transportation Development Act and State Transit Assistance Allocation Claim

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to adopt Resolution No. 04.05.06 authorizing the filing of an annual claim to the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) for allocation of FY 2004 � 2005 Transportation Development Act (TDA) and State Transit Assistance (STA) funds.

  
15.

FY 2003-2004 Federal Transit Administration Section 5311 Non-Urbanized Area Grant Application

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to adopt Resolution No. 04.05.07 authorizing the filing and execution of grants with the California Department of Transportation for funding under the Federal Transit Administration Section 5311 (49 USC Section 5311) Non-Urbanized Area Formula Grant Program.

  
16.

Paratransit Service Area: South County

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to adopt Resolution No. 04.05.08 amending the fare structure for paratransit services to defer until July 1, 2005 the Service Area Surcharge for service to or from locations within Gilroy, Morgan Hill, or unincorporated areas of Santa Clara County south of Cochran Road.

  
17.

Legislative Positions: ACA 21 (Bough), ACA 24 (Dutra), and ACA 29 (Harman)

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to adopt a support position for ACA 21 (Bogh), ACA 24 (Dutra) and ACA 29 (Harman), which would change the California Constitution to make it more difficult for the Legislature to suspend or borrow money from Proposition 42.

  
18.

Legislative Positions: SB 1443 (Murray)

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to adopt a support position for SB 1443 (Murray), which requires gas tax revenues that are deposited in the State Highway Account for the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) or the State Highway Operations and Protection Program (SHOPP), or in the Highway Users Tax Account for local street and road repairs to be continuously appropriated and available for expenditure regardless of whether the Legislature has passed a budget for the new fiscal year.

  
19.

Legislative Positions: SB 1759 (Denham)

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to adopt an oppose position for SB 1759 (Denham), which deletes the requirement in existing law that revenues deposited in the State Highway Account that are not subject to Article XIX of the California Constitution are to be transferred to the Public Transportation Account.

  
 

CONGESTION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM AND PLANNING COMMITTEE

20.

(Removed from Consent and placed on the Regular Agenda.)

Approve distribution of the Fiscal Year 2004-2005 Congestion Management Program (CMP) Draft Work Program and Amended Budget to Member Agencies for review and comment.

  
21.

FY 2004-2004 Transportation Fund for Clean Air Program Manager Fund (TFCA 40%) Project Allocations

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to approve programming $2.3 million in Transportation Fund for Clean Air Program Manager (TFCA 40 %) funds to the Competitive Projects and to the Tier 1 Bicycle Projects in the Fiscal Year 2004/05 cycle.

  
 

TRANSIT PLANNING AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE

22.

Guadalupe Corridor Station Platform Retrofit Project-Mobility Impaired Lift Removal Contract Award

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to authorize the General Manager to execute a contract with George Bianchi Construction, the lowest responsible bidder, for the removal of Mobility Impaired Lifts, in the amount of $415,857 and exercise the contract option in the amount of $265,576, for a total contract amount of $681,433.

  
23.

Amendment to the Contract with Jones & Stokes Associates for Preparation of the Downtown East Valley Capitol Expressway Corridor Environmental Impact Statement/Report

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to authorize the General Manager to amend the contract with Jones & Stokes Associates, Inc., for the preparation of the Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report (EIS/EIR) for the Downtown East Valley Capitol Expressway Corridor Project, increasing the approved contract value by $300,000 for a new contract value not to exceed $998,938; and extend the term of the contract through May 30, 2009.

The Agenda was taken out of order.

  
27.

Cooperative Agreements with Caltrans for Construction of the Route 87 North HOV Lanes and Route 87 South HOV Lanes Projects

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to authorize the General Manager to execute Cooperative Agreements with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) covering construction of the Route 87 North HOV Lanes and the Route 87 South HOV Lanes Projects.

Ex-Officio Board Member Beall took his seat at 6:26 p.m.

  
  
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REGULAR AGENDA

  
 

ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON'S REPORT - Jane P. Kennedy

20.

FY 2004-2005 Congestion Management Program Draft Work Program and Amended Budget

Member Fowler noted that given the current financial climate a 7 percent increase in Member Agency fees will be difficult to bear and requested staff review the FY 2004-2005 Congestion Management Program Draft Work Program and Amended Budget and attempt to limit the increase.

Carolyn Gonot, Chief Development Officer, reported that counties have been requested to defer Planning and Project Monitoring (PPM) funds normally provided through the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) process resulting in a negative impact of $500,000 this year. She reported that last year the CMA took a 17% decrease, went off the fee schedule, and took as many one-time hits a possible. Ms. Gonot reported that as a result of the $500,000 hit on the PPM funds the regular fee schedule has been reinstated this year with a 7 percent increase over the FY 2002/2003 numbers.

Upon query by Member Chavez, Ms. Gonot responded that last year the 7 percent increase was deferred and another 11 percent was decreased off the top.

Peter M. Cipolla, General Manager, advised that any reduction in Member Agency fees would directly affect delivery of projects.

M/S/C (Fowler/Gonzales) to direct staff to re-examine options to limit Member Agency fees to 3.5 percent instead of 7 percent and return to the Board of Directors with a detailed history of the CMP Work Program and Member Agency Fees for the last two years to include a Member Agency fee schedule. (Members McLemore, Dixon, and Casas opposed.) M/S/C (McHugh/Chavez) to approve distribution of the Fiscal Year 2004/2005 Congestion Management Program (CMP) Draft Work Program and Amended Budget to Member Agencies for review and comment.

  
24.

Consideration and Adoption of Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration for the River Oaks Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge Project

M/S/C (Williams/Casas) pending the outcome of public comment, recommend that the Board: 1. Certify that the Initial Study for the River Oaks Bicycle/Pedestrian Bridge Project (Project): a. Meets the requirements of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA); b. Represents the independent judgment of VTA as Lead Agency; and c. Was presented to the Board of Directors and that they reviewed and considered it, 2. Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration based on consideration of the Initial Study, comments received and responses to those comments; 3. Adopt a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program; and 4. Approve the Project.

  
 

CONGESTION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM AND PLANNING COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON'S REPORT - Judy Nadler

There were no items submitted for the Regular Agenda by the Congestion Management Program and Planning Committee.
  
 

TRANSIT PLANNING AND OPERATIONS COMMITTEE CHAIRPERSON'S REPORT - Manuel Valerio

25.

Silicon Valley Rapid Transit Project-Station Preliminary Engineering

Board Member Gonzales inquired if the subcontractors are located in Santa Clara County. He requested a list of subcontractors and an explanation of what qualifies a subcontractor as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and what percentage of the contract work is done by the DBE's. Ms. Okuzumi opposed Board of Directors approval.

M/S/C (Cortese/Chavez) to authorize the General Manager to execute a contract with Earth Tech, Inc., for station design services for the Silicon Valley Rapid Transit (SVRT) Project in an amount not to exceed $16,900,000 for the Preliminary Engineering phase. The initial contract term will be for 24 months with future amendments to be presented to the Board for finalizing design-build contract documents and possibly future design support services once approval to enter into final design for the SVRT Project is determined. This contract is currently 1.5 percent ($250,000) federally funded. (Board Member Casas opposed.)

  
27.

(Removed from the Regular Agenda and placed on the Consent Agenda.)

Authorize the General Manager to execute Cooperative Agreements with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) covering construction of the Route 87 North HOV Lanes and the Route 87 South HOV Lanes Projects.

  
  
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OTHER ITEMS

26.

(Deferred to the June 3, 2004 Board of Directors Meeting.)

Authorize the General Manager to execute a contract with R. M. Harris Co., Inc., the lowest responsible bidder, in the amount of $639,176 for construction of the I-880 Widening Ancillary Contract and Soundwall Project.

  
27.

(Removed from the Other and placed on the Consent Agenda.)

Authorize the General Manager to execute Cooperative Agreements with the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) covering construction of the Route 87 North HOV Lanes and the Route 87 South HOV Lanes Projects.

  
28.

Update on the 2000 Measure A Bonding Program

Board Member McHugh inquired how much money is being allocated to the Downtown East Valley project and requested clarification regarding the discrepancy of $10 million.

Mr. Cipolla stated that staff will return with that information.

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Update on the 2000 Measure A Bonding Program was received and filed.

  
29.

ITEMS OF CONCERN AND REFERRAL TO ADMINISTRATION

There were no Items of Concern and Referral to Administration.

  
30.

LEGISLATIVE REPORT

The Legislative Report was accepted as contained in the Agenda Packet.

  
31.

REPORT FROM THE AD-HOC RESTRUCTURING PROPOSAL COMMITTEE

A. Minutes of April 1, 2004 Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Ad-Hoc Restructuring Proposal Committee

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to receive and file the Minutes of the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority Ad-Hoc Restructuring Proposal Committee of April 1, 2004.

B. Ad-Hoc Restructuring Proposal Committee Final Recommendation

M/S/C (McLemore/Chavez) to suspend the Ad-Hoc Restructuring Proposal Committee for one year to allow time to see whether actions taken by the committee to strengthen the advisory role of the Policy Advisory Committee (PAC) and for the City Groups to meet on a regular basis to discuss transportation policy issues are working.

  
32.

SUMMARY MINUTES FROM STANDING COMMITTEES

A. Administration and Finance Committee

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Administration and Finance Committee Summary Minutes were accepted as contained in the Agenda Packet.

B. Congestion Management Program and Planning Committee

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Congestion Management Program and Planning Committee Summary Minutes were accepted as contained in the Agenda Packet.

C. Transit Planning and Operations Committee

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Transit Planning and Operations Committee Summary Minutes were accepted as contained in the Agenda Packet.

  
33.

REPORTS FROM ADVISORY COMMITTEES

A. Committee for Transit Accessibility (CTA)

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Committee for Transit Accessibility Report was accepted as contained in the Agenda Packet.

B. Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC)

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Citizens Advisory Committee Report was accepted as contained in the Agenda Packet.

C. Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC)

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee Report was accepted.

D. Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Technical Advisory Committee Report was accepted as contained in the Agenda Packet.

E. Policy Advisory Committee (PAC)

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Policy Advisory Committee Report was accepted.

  
34.

REPORTS FROM JOINT POWERS BOARDS (JPBs) & REGIONAL COMMISSIONS

Chairperson Gage advised Board Members that reports from Joint Powers Boards (JPBs) & Regional Commissions were placed in front of them on the dais.

A. Peninsula Corridor JPB

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Peninsula Corridor JPB Report was accepted.

B. Capitol Corridor JPB

Board Member Williams reported that the Capitol Corridor JPB at their meeting of April 21, 2004, approved the budget for 2004/2005, approved the FY 2005/2006Business Plan Update which includes daily train service to Santa Clara and San Jose to 14 one-way trains, moved in support of the High Speed Rail Train System, and announced the May 7, 2004, 2:00 p.m. celebration of the start of the expanded Highway 17 Express Bus service between Sand Jose Diridon Station and Santa Cruz Metro Transit Center.

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Capitol Corridor JPB Report was accepted.

C. Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Report was accepted.

  
35.

REPORTS FROM VTA POLICY ADVISORY BOARDS (PABs)

A. Vasona Light Rail PAB

There was no report from the Vasona Light Rail PAB.

B. Silicon Valley Rapid Transit Corridor PAB

There was no report from the Silicon Valley Rapid Transit Corridor PAB.

C. Caltrain PAB

There was no report from the Caltrain PAB.

D. Downtown East Valley PAB

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Downtown East Valley PAB Report was accepted as contained in the Agenda Packet.

E. Highway PAB -South

There was no report from the Highway PAB -South.

F. Community Design Enhancements Committee (CODE)

Accepted as contained in the Agenda Packet.

G. Dumbarton Rail Corridor Policy Committee

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the Dumbarton Rail Corridor Policy Committee Report was accepted as contained in the Agenda Packet.

  
36.

REPORT FROM THE CHAIRPERSON

There was no report from the Chairperson.

  
37.

REPORT FROM THE GENERAL MANAGER

There was no report from the General Manager.

  
38.

REPORT FROM THE GENERAL MANAGER

There was no report from the General Manager.

  
39.

ADJOURNMENT

On order of Chairperson Gage, there being no objection, the meeting was adjourned In Memory of Station Maintenance Supervisor Alex Lavorica, Chaboya Division Operator Michael Gadbout, and Citizen' Advisory Committee Member Mas Minami

Respectfully submitted,
Barbara R. Cappa, Board Assistant
VTA Board of Directors

NOTE: M/S/C�MEANS MOTION SECONDED AND CARRIED AND, UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED, THE MOTION PASSED UNANIMOUSLY.
  
  
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