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File #: 19-0628   
Type: Report to Board/Commission Status: Agenda Ready
Meeting Body: Heritage Preservation Commission
On agenda: 6/5/2019
Title: Review Planning Program Budget and Fees for FY 2019/20
Review Planning Program Budget and Fees for FY 2019/20

Sunnyvale's budget process alternates each year between an operating and projects budget. This year's budget is focused on the City's projects plan, which is comprised of capital and infrastructure projects, strategic initiatives, and multi-year efforts. An example for the Heritage Preservation Commission (HPC) is policy study issues. The full recommended Fiscal Year (FY) 2019/20 budget is available online at:
* https://sunnyvale.ca.gov/government/budget.htm
At a minimum, staff recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission (HPC) review the following sections:
* Page 2 - City Manager's Letter of Transmittal
* Page 226 - Budget Supplement No. 2 (HPC-sponsored study issues)
* Page 300 - Community Development Department Overview
* Page 453 - Projects Budget (includes list of funded and unfunded projects)
Boards and Commissions are asked to provide comments to the City Council on the recommended City budget where it could affect the Commission's work. Comments will be forwarded to the City Council for their consideration on the budget adoption on June 25, 2019.

The recommendation of the HPC on the budget is not subject to environmental review.

Community Development Department (CDD) Overview
CDD is responsible for land use policy planning and development review to ensure compliance with the Sunnyvale Municipal Code and other government regulations related to the physical development of the City and welfare of community members. CDD is organized into four programs: Building Safety; Planning; Housing/Community Development Block Grant (CDBG); and Department Management. A list of CDD accomplishments for the previous FY 2018-19 are included on page 301 of the full budget document, followed by a change to staffing on page 302.

Work related to the HPC comes from the Planning Program. The Planning P...

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