Town Of Moraga

Recent Town Council Actions on March 28, 2018


The Town Council considered an appeal filed by Verizon Wireless of the Planning Commission’s decision to deny a variance for the construction and operation of a new wireless communication facility on an existing 76 foot tall PG&E utility tower located at 262 Rheem Boulevard. The proposed project includes construction of a new 13.5 foot x 13.5 foot equipment enclosure within the base of the tower and mounting of six, 6 foot tall antennas at the top of the tower, raising the height of the tower to 83 feet. The Planning Commission approved a Conditional Use Permit for reduced setbacks from residential buildings and property lines, and Design Review findings, for the wireless communication facility but denied the height variance. After deliberation, the Town Council upheld the appeal and granted a variance for height.


Moraga Rotary members Dianne Wilson (President), Kevin Reneau, John Erickson and Frank May accepted a proclamation from the Council in honor of the Club’s outstanding work and dedication in establishing the All-Access Playground at the Moraga Commons Park which was specifically designed to create opportunities for all ages and ability levels to enjoy. The completion of the playground was made possible by the generous contribution of funds and volunteers provided by the Rotary Club of Moraga who donated over $340,000 to fund the construction. Since its opening on January 28, 2018, the All-Access Playground has been used daily by many children and families. Thank you Moraga Rotary for your hard work.


The Campolindo Varsity Football Team was honored by the Town Council for another stellar season! After advancing to post-season play after a grueling schedule, the Cougars defeated Washington High School (Fremont), Maria Carrillo High School (Santa Rosa) and Windsor High School before beating Granada High School (Livermore) 42-7 to win their 4th consecutive NCS Championship title. They moved on to the NorCal Championship game where they narrowly lost to Milpitas High School. In recognition of the team’s continuing, excellent performance and 4th consecutive NCS Championship, the Town Council proclaimed March 28, 2018 as Campolindo High School Varsity Football Team Day.

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