Staff will provide a brief summary of Senior Center programming and comment cards
received during the month of November.
No action will be taking on any questions raised by SAC at this time. Approval by the
SAC to agendize for future meetings can be reached by a majority vote.
AGENDAS FOR BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, AND COMMITTEES
The specific location of each meeting is noted on the agenda for each meeting which is posted at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting.
Questions and comments regarding the agenda may be directed to the Recreation Division, Senior Center, at 650-903-6330.
The agenda and staff reports may be viewed at the City Clerk's Office, 500 Castro Street, Third Floor, beginning the evening before each meeting.
Agenda materials may viewed online at mountainview.legistar.com.
SPECIAL NOTICE- Reference: Americans with Disabilities Act, 1990
Anyone who is planning to attend a meeting who is visually or hearing-impaired or has any disability that needs special assistance may call the
City Clerk's Office 650-903-6304 48 hours in advance of the meeting to arrange for assistance. Upon request, in advance, by a person with a disability,
agendas and writings distributed during the meeting that are public records will be made available in the appropriate alternative format.
The Board, Commission, or Committee may take action on any matter noticed herein in any manner deemed appropriate by the Board, Commission,
or Committee. Their consideration of the matters noticed herein is not limited by the recommendations indicated herein.
SPECIAL NOTICE—Any writings or documents provided to a majority of the Senior Advisory Committee regarding any item on this agenda will be made
available for public inspection in the Mountain View Senior Center, 266 Escuela Avenue, during normal business hours and at the meeting location
noted on the agenda during the meeting.
ADDRESSING THE COMMITTEE
Interested persons are entitled to speak on any item on the agenda and should make their interest known to the Chair.
Anyone wishing to address the Committee on a nonagenda item may do so during the "Oral Communications" part of the agenda. Speakers are
allowed to speak once on any number of topics for up to three minutes.