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June 1, 2010 
May 27, 2010, Chandler City Council Meeting Recap
CHANDLER, Ariz. – The Chandler City Council met at 7 p.m. on Thursday, May 27, 2010. Among the items the Council acted on:
- Approved a development agreement for Continuum Science & Technology Park in the amount of $10 million. Continuum advances the vision of the Price Corridor as a ‘super technology’ region, making Chandler competitive on an international scale. The agreement with Capital Commercial Investments (CCI) will help create public roads and sidewalks, water features, landscaping and public gathering spaces to create a sense of place.
- Authorized the acceptance of a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program that will help develop the Chandler Fire Department develop a public education program based with individual fire crews at fire stations.
- Authorized the report of ‘The Community Speaks: Visioning and Conceptual Design Project for the Chandler Museum.” This document details community expectations and wants for the Chandler Museum.
During Scheduled Public Appearances, the Mayor recognized Christopher Cordova, Public Works and Sallie Edwards, Police, and Robert Olson each for 10 years of service, and Robert Bellows, Police, for 30 years of service to the City of Chandler.
The Mayor's remarks included a thank you to voters for approving Proposition 300, and a reminder that the Chandler Police Department will conduct a concentrated wave of seatbelt enforcement during the national Click It or Ticket Campaign, that runs through June 6.
The next City Council meeting is a Study Session scheduled for 7 p.m. on Monday, June 7, 2010. Council meetings are aired live, as well as replayed, on Chandler Channel 11 and streamed on the Web at
Note: These are not official meeting minutes of the City Council but rather a brief recap of the Council’s actions provided as a courtesy of the Chandler Communications and Public Affairs Department.
The City Clerk’s Office posts official meeting results the morning following Council meetings. For further clarification on actions taken, visit Throughout the agenda, items are posted in red to signify any changes made at the meeting, and who voted no, or abstained.
For past City Council meeting minutes visit, or contact the City Clerk’s office at 480-782-2180. For any other information, contact the Communications and Public Affairs Department at 480-782-2220.