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RESOLUTION 2014 -006 <br />RESOLUTION OF THE TOWN COUNCIL <br />OF THE TOWN OF LOS GATOS <br />INTENTION TO VACATE PUBLIC RIGHT -OF -WAY ON ALBRIGHT WAY AND <br />ALBRIGHT COURT AND RESERVE A PUBLIC UTILITY EASEMENT AND PUBLIC <br />SERVICE EASEMENT OVER THE AREA <br />WHEREAS, Streets and Highways Code Section 8300 et seq. permits the Town of Los <br />Gatos to vacate excess public right -of -way if that right -of -way is unnecessary for present or <br />prospective public use; and <br />WHEREAS, research of the title report and recorded maps shows that the Town of Los <br />Gatos does not have fee ownership of land underlying the street Right -of -Way. <br />WHEREAS, the offer of public right -of -way described in Exhibit A hereto and depicted <br />in the map contained in Exhibit B has been used for any public right -of -way purpose, that <br />purpose no longer exists; and <br />WHEREAS, Town Ordinance 2216 requires the Town Council to vacate Albright Way <br />and Albright Court; and <br />WHEREAS, the proposed vacation does not constitute a project under the California <br />Environmental Quality Act, and the record before the Council demonstrates that there are no <br />significant Environmental effects from the proposed vacation; and <br />NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the Town Council of the Town of Los <br />Gatos, County of Santa Clara, State of California that the Town Council hereby finds that <br />pursuant to Section 8300 et seq. of the Streets and Highways Code, the Resolution of Intention is <br />hereby established. <br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that is the intention of the Town Council of the Town <br />of Los Gatos to vacate the herein described right -of -way as it is no longer necessary for present <br />or future uses as a street for public convenience and that vacation of said described right -of -way <br />is no longer necessary for present or future uses as a street for public convenience and that the <br />vacation of said described right -of -way will also eliminate any future responsibility for their <br />maintenance. <br />BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Pursuant to Section 8340(c) of the California <br />Streets and Highway Code, a Public Service Easement (PSE) is to be retained and reserved over <br />