CITY OF CARSON

REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL

 

CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS

701 EAST CARSON STREET

CARSON, CA 90745

 

January 15, 2008

 

5:00 P.M. – 10:00 P.M.

 

Agenda posted - Approval of Executive Session Agenda (Closed Session)

AGENDA POSTED: JANUARY 10, 2008

“In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, if you require a disability related modification or accommodation to attend or participate in this meeting, including auxiliary aids or services, please call the City Clerk’s office at 310-952-1720 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.” (Government Code Section 54954.2)

 

CALL TO ORDER:

 

 

ROLL CALL:

 

 

APPROVAL OF EXECUTIVE SESSION AGENDA (CLOSED SESSION)

 

 

Executive Session (Closed Session) - Ceremonial Presentation

EXECUTIVE SESSION (CLOSED SESSION) (Items) 5:00 P.M. – 5:45 P.M.

 

Legal Counsel

ITEM NO. (1)                      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (RESOLUTION NO. 08-010)  (CITY MANAGER)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 08-010, "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, CALLING A CLOSED SESSION TO CONFER WITH LEGAL COUNSEL REGARDING ONE (1) MATTER OF EXISTING LITIGATION:  SERRATO V. CITY OF CARSON, ET AL., LOS ANGELES SUPERIOR COURT, CASE NO. BC327274."

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (2)                      CONFERENCE WITH LEGAL COUNSEL - EXISTING LITIGATION (RESOLUTION NO. 08-011)  (CITY MANAGER)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 08-011, "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, CALLING A CLOSED SESSION TO CONFER WITH LEGAL COUNSEL REGARDING ONE (1) MATTER OF EXISTING LITIGATION:  GUTIERREZ V. CITY OF CARSON, ET AL. L.A. SUPERIOR COURT, CASE NO. TC019896."

ACTION:

Labor Negotiator

ITEM NO. (3)                      LABOR NEGOTIATIONS:  ALL GROUPS / CITY MANAGER / ELECTED OFFICIALS

City Negotiators:

City Manager, Administrative Services General Manager and Assistant City Attorney

Employee Organizations:

Unclassified, AME, Supervisors Association, Professional Association, AFSCME Local 809, ACE, City Manager and Elected Officials

 

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

 

1.         INSTRUCT labor negotiators.

 

ACTION:

 

REPORT ON EXECUTIVE SESSION (CLOSED SESSION)

 

 

REPORT ON EXECUTIVE SESSION (CLOSED SESSION)

 

5:45 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.

 

CEREMONIAL PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS

 

CEREMONIAL PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS  

A.                SPECIAL RECOGNITION TO PAT E. DAVIS, TYPIST CLERK II, ON HER RETIREMENT FROM THE CITY OF CARSON

 

B.                CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO ART IN MOTION YOUTH DANCE COMPANY (AIM) TO BE RECEIVED BY SID AND ELAINE GLOVER

 

C.                CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO OUR PEOPLE BARBER SHOP, ANDRE DAVIS AND HOGGS UP FOR THEIR EFFORTS IN DONATING TOYS TO UNDER-PRIVILEGED FAMILIES IN THE CARSON COMMUNITY DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON TO BE RECEIVED BY ANDRE DAVIS

 

D.                CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO KAREN BARONE, DR. RITA BOGGS, BRAD JENSEN, CATHY NGUYEN, RYAN OLSHAN, JANET TAYLOR AND OLIVIA VERRETT FOR THEIR EFFORTS IN RESCUING ANIMALS IN THE COMMUNITY AND FOR THEIR DEDICATION TO IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR THESE ANIMALS

 

E.                CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO DWIGHT RADCLIFF, NEWLY-ELECTED PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER OF THE UNITED STATES VETERANS INITIATIVE

 

F.                 CERTIFICATE OF RECOGNITION TO BE PRESENTED TO TARGET LOGISTIC SERVICES FOR THEIR GENEROUS CONTRIBUTION TO FAMILIES IN THE CARSON COMMUNITY DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON TO BE RECEIVED BY CHRISTOPHER COPPERSMITH, PRESIDENT AND CEO, LESLIE BIVENS, JEFFREY JOHNSON, SYLVIA LEON AND JACKIE GANTHER

 

G.                PRESENTATION TO THE CITY OF CARSON FROM THE CARNEGIE MIDDLE SCHOOL DRILL TEAM

 

Flag Salute - Approval of Minutes

CITY COUNCIL
REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING

6:00 P.M. – 9:45 P.M.

FLAG SALUTE:

 

TIMOTHY TAYLOR, YOUTH MINISTRIES, JUDSON BAPTIST CHURCH, PASTOR DR. JOHNNY V. BAYL

INVOCATION:

 

JOEL WOOD, YOUTH PASTOR, CARSON BIBLE CHURCH

APPROVAL OF REGULAR BUSINESS AGENDA:

Mayor/Chairman requests the audience to fill out Speaker Forms to indicate those items on which they want to speak, and turn them into the City Clerk/Agency Secretary at the beginning of the meeting, in order to be recognized by the Mayor/Chairman.  Agenda arranged so that speakers may be heard early.  Council/Agency to indicate items to be pulled.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

 

DECEMBER 18, 2007      (SPECIAL)

DECEMBER 18, 2007      (REGULAR)

Notice to the Public- - Oral Comm Public

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

 

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

Public testimony may be given on any agenda item as it is called and will be LIMITED TO THREE MINUTES PER SPEAKER.  Please fill out a Speaker Form in order to be identified correctly in the minutes.  The forms are provided on the podium in the Council Chambers.  All Speaker Forms must be turned in to the City Clerk/Agency Secretary at the beginning of the meeting.

INTRODUCTIONS

 

INTRODUCTIONS (Items)

ITEM NO. (4)                      INTRODUCTION OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPUTIES

ITEM NO. (5)                      EMPLOYEE INTRODUCTIONS

ITEM NO. (6)                      PRESENTATION BY L.A. COUNTY REPRESENTATIVE REGARDING L.A. COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER LOCATED IN CITY OF CARSON

ITEM NO. (7)                      PRESENTATION BY THE WEST BASIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT

NEW BUSINESS CONSENT

 

 

NEW BUSINESS CONSENT (Items)   

These items are considered to be routine items of COUNCIL business and have, therefore, been placed on the CONSENT CALENDAR.  If COUNCIL wishes to discuss any item or items, then such item or items should be removed from the CONSENT CALENDAR.  For items remaining on the CONSENT CALENDAR, a single motion to ADOPT the recommended action is in order.

 

ITEM NO. (8)                      RESOLUTION NO. 08-004 TO ADOPT THE WEST BASIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT "IT'S TIME TO GET SERIOUS" CONSERVATION AND WATER USE INITIATIVE  (CITY MANAGER)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

TAKE the following actions:

1.                  WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 08-004, "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, TO ADOPT THE WEST BASIN MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT 'IT'S TIME TO GET SERIOUS' CONSERVATION AND WATER USE INITIATIVE."

2.                  DIRECT staff to transmit an executed copy of the resolution to the West Basin Municipal Water District and South Bay Cities Council of Governments.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (9)                      STATUS REPORT ON RECALL PETITION  (CITY MANAGER)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  RECEIVE and FILE this report.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (10)                  TERMINATION AND PRE-TERMINATION LANGUAGE FOR CONTRACTS AND PURCHASE ORDERS  (CITY MANAGER)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  RECEIVE and FILE.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (11)                  SUPPORT FOR RESOLUTION NO. 08-013 RECOGNIZING THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES' DECISION TO RENAME THE VICTORIA PARK LIBRARY AFTER DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.  (PUBLIC SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 08-013, "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, RECOGNIZING THE COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES' DECISION TO RENAME THE VICTORIA PARK LIBRARY AFTER DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR."

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (12)                  REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO RETAIN SPECIAL COUNSEL IN THE TRANSIENT OCCUPANCY TAX CASE FILED AGAINST 15 ONLINE TRAVEL SERVICE PROVIDERS  (ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

TAKE the following actions:

1.                  AUTHORIZE the retention of Kiesel Boucher Larson LLP to act as Special Counsel in connection with the potential class-action suit to recover underpaid transient occupancy taxes (TOT) collected by on-line booking companies.

2.                  AUTHORIZE the Mayor to execute the Legal Services Agreement between the city of Carson and Kiesel Boucher Larson LLP, which has been approved as to form by the City Attorney.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (13)                  STANDARD MANAGEMENT PROCEDURE (SMP) NO. 1.60:  FUNDING FOR OUTSIDE ENTITIES  (ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

TAKE the following actions:

1.                  APPROVE Standard Management Procedure No. 1.60 dated December 4, 2007.

2.                  REPEAL Standard Management Procedure No. 1.54, as revised on July 5, 2005, upon approval of Standard Management Procedure No. 1.60.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (14)                  UPDATE ON STATE BUDGET CRISIS  (ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  RECEIVE and FILE.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (15)                  SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING DATE TO CONSIDER INCREASING THE FEE FOR THE TOBACCO RETAILERS PERMIT  (ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  SET the matter for public hearing on February 5, 2008.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (16)                  RESOLUTION NO. 08-007, INTENT TO VACATE THE SOUTHERLY-END PORTION OF SAN PEDRO STREET, EAST OF AVALON BOULEVARD  (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

TAKE the following actions:

1.                  WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 08-007, "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, DECLARING ITS INTENTION TO VACATE A PORTION OF THE SOUTHERLY-END OF SAN PEDRO STREET, EAST OF AVALON BOULEVARD, AND SETTING A TIME AND A PLACE FOR A PUBLIC HEARING HEREIN."

2.                  SET a Public Hearing for February 19, 2008 at 6:00 p.m.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (17)                  APPROVE A MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING FOR THREE SEPARATE TRANSIT PROJECTS BETWEEN THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (METRO) AND  THE CITY OF CARSON (CITY) FOR METRO TO SERVE AS PASS-THROUGH AGENCY IN ORDER FOR THE CITY TO RECEIVE AND EXPEND FEDERAL TRANSPORTATION ADMINISTRATION (FTA) GRANT FUNDS  (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

TAKE the following actions:

1.                  APPROVE a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for three separate transit projects between Metro and the city of Carson.

2.                  AUTHORIZE the Mayor to execute the Memoranda of Understanding following approval as to form by the City Attorney.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (18)                  RESOLUTION NO. 08-003, INSTALLATION OF A STOP SIGN ON THE ANCHOR AVENUE APPROACH TO THE INTERSECTION OF 221ST STREET AND ANCHOR AVENUE  (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 08-003, "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, TO INSTALL A STOP SIGN ON THE ANCHOR AVENUE APPROACH TO THE INTERSECTION OF 221ST STREET AND ANCHOR AVENUE."

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (19)                  RESOLUTION NO. 08-002, INSTALLATION OF A STOP SIGN ON THE NORDBY STREET APPROACH TO THE INTERSECTION OF McKINLEY AVENUE AND NORDBY STREET  (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 08-002, "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, TO INSTALL A STOP SIGN ON THE NORDBY STREET APPROACH TO THE INTERSECTION OF McKINLEY AVENUE AND NORDBY STREET."

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (20)                  APPROVAL OF MARVIN CLAYTON AS THE CITY OF CARSON'S RECOMMENDED HONOREE FOR THE COMMUNITY AND SENIOR SERVICES OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY'S 2008 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION  (PUBLIC SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  APPROVE Marvin Clayton as the city of Carson's recommended honoree to be honored at the Community and Senior Services of Los Angeles County's 2008 African-American History Month Celebration, contingent on the Senior Citizens Advisory Commission's final recommendation.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (21)                  AUTHORIZATION FOR THE PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION CHAIRPERSON AND HIS DESIGNEE TO ATTEND THE CALIFORNIA PARK AND RECREATION SOCIETY'S (CPRS) CALIFORNIA AND PACIFIC SOUTHWEST RECREATION AND PARK TRAINING CONFERENCE  (PUBLIC SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

TAKE the following actions:

1.                  AUTHORIZE the Chairperson and his designee of the Parks and Recreation Commission to attend the California and Pacific Southwest Recreation and Park Training Conference on February 26-29, 2008, in Long Beach, California.

2.                  APPROVE a transfer of $1,378.00 from the city's contingency account to augment the amount currently budgeted to send the Chairperson and his designee to the California and Pacific Southwest Recreation and Park Training Conference.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (22)                  AGREEMENT WITH DAPEER, ROSENBLIT AND LITVAK, LLP, TO PROVIDE CITY PROSECUTOR SERVICES FOR THE PERIOD OF FEBRUARY 1, 2008 THROUGH JANUARY 31, 2011  (PUBLIC SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

TAKE the following actions:

1.                  APPROVE the three-year agreement with Dapeer, Rosenblit and Litvak, LLP, to provide City Prosecutor services for the city of Carson, for the period of February 1, 2008 through January 31, 2011.

2.                  AUTHORIZE the Mayor to execute the agreement, following approval as to form by the City Attorney.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (23)                  RESOLUTION NO. 08-012 ESTABLISHING A REWARD FUND FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE ARREST AND CONVICTION OF PERSONS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE DEATHS OF MIDI AND NATHAN MIKASA  (PUBLIC SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

TAKE the following actions:

1.                  WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 08-012, "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, PROVIDING FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT AND DISTRIBUTION OF A REWARD FUND FOR THE PERSON OR PERSONS WHO FURNISH INFORMATION LEADING TO THE ARREST AND CONVICTION OF THE PERSON OR PERSONS WHO CAUSED THE DEATHS OF MIDI AND NATHAN MIKASA."

2.                  APPROPRIATE $10,000.00 from the unreserved, undesignated general fund balance to the designated reward fund account.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (24)                  SELECTION OF POSSIBLE LOCATIONS TO PLACE THE SLOGAN "CARSON'S FINEST"  (PUBLIC SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  AUTHORIZE the City Manager to meet with the city of Carson's first responders to select possible locations to place the slogan "Carson's Finest."

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (25)                  THIS ITEM INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

ACTION:

DEMANDS

 

 

DEMANDS (Items)

ITEM NO. (26)                  RESOLUTION NO. 08-001 ALLOWING CLAIMS AND DEMANDS IN THE AMOUNT OF $2,558,089.79, DEMAND CHECK NUMBERS 075351 THROUGH 075891

ACTION:

SPECIAL ORDERS OF THE DAY

 

 

SPECIAL ORDERS OF THE DAY (Items)

Any person wishing to testify is requested to complete a speaker card, available on the podium in the Council Chambers.  TESTIMONY WILL BE LIMITED TO THREE MINUTES PER PERSON.  Any subject of controversy will be limited to a total of fifteen minutes of testimony per side; those wishing to address the Council are requested to select three speakers to represent your opinion.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

 

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS (Items)

ITEM NO. (27)                  RECOMMENDED CHANGES TO THE UNIFORM COMPREHENSIVE SCHEDULE OF FEES  (ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  CONTINUE the discussion on the recommended changes to the Uniform Comprehensive Schedule of Fees to February 6, 2008.

ACTION:

NEW BUSINESS DISCUSSION

 

 

NEW BUSINESS DISCUSSION (Items)

ITEM NO. (28)                  FEBRUARY MEETING SCHEDULE DUE TO THE PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2008  (CITY CLERK)  THIS IS A JOINT AGENDA ITEM WITH AGENCY ITEM NO. 5

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  APPROVE the meeting schedule for the month of February as follows:

2.                  Tuesday, February 5     No meeting due to the Presidential Primary Election.

3.                  Wednesday, February 6           Adjourned Regular Meetings for the City Council and Redevelopment Agency at 5:00 P.M. for the closed session agenda and 6:00 P.M. for the business agenda. 

4.                  Tuesday, February 19   Regular meetings for the City Council and Redevelopment Agency at 5:00 P.M. for the closed session agenda and 6:00 P.M. for the business agenda.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (29)                  MOBILEHOME PARK RENTAL REVIEW BOARD APPOINTMENTS BY MAYOR DEAR  (CITY CLERK)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

TAKE the following actions:

1.                  APPOINTMENT of one At-Large Member (Alternate) of the Mobilehome Park Rental Review Board for a term ending March 31, 2009 by Mayor Dear with the approval of a majority of the entire City Council present, including the Mayor.

2.                  APPOINTMENT of one Resident Homeowner Member to the Mobilehome Park Rental Review Board for a term ending March 31, 2009 by Mayor Dear with the approval of a majority of the entire City Council present, including the Mayor.

3.                  APPOINTMENT of one Park Owner Member (Alternate) to the Mobilehome Park Rental Review Board for a term ending March 31, 2009 by Mayor Dear with the approval of a majority of the entire City Council present, including the Mayor.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (30)                  A PROPOSAL TO CONDUCT AN IN-DEPTH STUDY REGARDING THE VIABILITY AND FEASIBILITY OF ESTABLISHING AN INTERACTIVE VETERANS MUSEUM OF HEROISM AND VALOR  (CITY MANAGER)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  CONSIDER and PROVIDE direction.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (31)                  CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 08-005 ESTABLISHING THE DATE AND TIME FOR CITY COUNCIL PRESENTATION OF CEREMONIAL PROCLAMATIONS  (CITY MANAGER)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

Take the following actions:

1.                  SELECT the date and time for ceremonial presentations.

2.                  WAIVE further reading and ADOPT Resolution No. 08-005, "A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, ESTABLISHING THE DATE AND TIME FOR CONVENING CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS TO MAKE CEREMONIAL PRESENTATIONS AND ISSUE CEREMONIAL PROCLAMATIONS PURSUANT TO CARSON MUNICIPAL CODE  2405."

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (32)                  CONSIDERATION OF RESOLUTION NO. 08-006 REGARDING THE HOMEOWNERS AND BANK PROTECTION ACT OF 2007  (CITY MANAGER)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  CONSIDER and PROVIDE direction.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (33)                  CONSIDERATION OF A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR LEGAL SERVICES  (CITY MANAGER)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  CONSIDER and PROVIDE direction.

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (34)                  CONSIDERATION OF ORDINANCE NO. 08-1399, AMENDING SECTION 27101.6 OF THE CARSON MUNICIPAL CODE RELATIVE TO THE DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE CITYWIDE ADVISORY COMMISSION  (ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT)

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

1.                  WAIVE further reading and INTRODUCE Ordinance No. 08-1399, "AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF CARSON, CALIFORNIA, AMENDING SECTION 27101.6 OF THE CARSON MUNICIPAL CODE RELATIVE TO THE DUTIES AND FUNCTIONS OF THE CITYWIDE ADVISORY COMMISSION."

ACTION:

ITEM NO. (35)                  THIS ITEM INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

RECOMMENDATION for the City Council:

ACTION:

ORDINANCE SECOND READING

 

 

ORDINANCE SECOND READING: (Items)

ITEM NO. (36)                  ORDINANCE NO. 07-1395 CHANGING THE ZONING DESIGNATION OF CERTAIN PROPERTY (ZONE CHANGE CASE NO. 155-07).  THE SUBJECT PROPERTY IS LOCATED AT 22030 S. MAIN STREET  (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

ITEM NO. (37)                  ORDINANCE NO. 07-1397 APPROVING THE PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION FOR CITY TREES  (DEVELOPMENT SERVICES)

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS - MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

 

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS – MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC

 

This is the appropriate time for members of the general public to address those matters under the jurisdiction of the Council/Agency, and not on the posted Agenda.  Any person wishing to address the Council/Agency is requested to complete a Speaker Form, available on the podium in the Council Chambers.  TESTIMONY WILL BE LIMITED TO THREE MINUTES PER PERSON.  Under the provisions of the Brown Act, no action can be taken on these items, and there can be no discussion of the items, other than to place it on the agenda for a future meeting.

 

 

 

Oral Communication (Staff)  - Adjournment

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS I (STAFF)

 

9:45 P.M. – 10:00 P.M.

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS I (STAFF)

 

 

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS II (COUNCIL/AGENCY)

ORAL COMMUNICATIONS II (COUNCIL/AGENCY)

 

 

UNFINISHED-CONTINUED EXECUTIVE SESSION ITEMS (CLOSED SESSION)

 

UNFINISHED/CONTINUED CLOSED SESSION ITEMS

 

 

REPORT ON EXECUTIVE SESSION (CLOSED SESSION)

REPORT ON CLOSED SESSION

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

ADJOURNMENT