Thursday, January 23, 2014

City Council meeting, Monday, January 27, 2014

Attend in person, 2212 Beach Boulevard, 2nd floor.  Or, view on local channel 26, also live internet feed,  The meeting begins at 7 p.m., or shortly there following.  City council updates and archives are available on the City website.   

City Council Agenda, 1/27/2014.

Dorsetta Hale, Pacifica Poet Laureate
Closed session CA government code 54957.6.  Conference with labor negotiator. Agency Negotiator: Glen Berkheimer.  Firefighters Local 2400, Battalion Chiefs Local 856, Department Directors Local 350. Wastewater Treatment Plant Employees Local 856. Miscellaneous Local 856.  Managers Local 350.   Police Association Officers, Supervisors, Management Local 350. 

Open Session, 7 p.m. 
Consent Calendar 
1.    Approval of  disbursements, fiscal year 2013-14, 12/01/13 -1/15/14.
2.    Approval of  Minutes, 1/13/14. 
3.    San Pedro Creek Bridge replacement and creek widening project, contract amendment 13, Wilsey Ham, increased budget from Highway 1 Fund 12, $265,820.  Report, includes construction timetable.
4.    Palmetto lateral replacement project, advertise for sealed bids, Sewer Facility Construction Fund 34, estimated cost $600. 
5.    Approve draft long-term trash load reduction plan and assessment strategy, required by city's stormwater discharge permit (to be finalized and submitted to the Regional Water Quality Control Board by 2/1/14). 

Special presentations
Proclamation - Poet Laureate Dorsetta Hale
6.    City council liaison and committee assignments for 2014.  Attachment (view sideways). 

Note:  Photograph and article by Jean Bartlett, Pacifica Tribune, 1/22/14.

Posted by Kathy Meeh


Anonymous said...

City Council was pretty giddy about the Poet Laureate last meeting. As if this will bring in any badly needed money!

Anonymous said...

Just trying to raise morale. What's on for Valentine's Day?

Anonymous said...

Mary Ann & Karen wanted to get home to watch the Batchelor last night. Meeting was over before 8 pm.

Anonymous said...

Good job Chris Fogel, pointing out the mistakes on the cross walks on Linda Mar Blvd.

Why didn't our Engineering Department catch this?