• Update on 10/3/18 Pacific Grove City Council meeting thanks to Rudy Fischer
    We went through the Master Fee Schedule and approved it after some discussion. This sets the fees the city charges people and businesses for permits, reviews, and other special needs.

    The council Water Subcommittee was extended for another month in order to finish our work. So Cynthia and Bill Peake and I will try to finish our ordinance and council policy.

    We did extend the contract with a consulting company which is helping us with our Local Coastal Plan for submission to the Coastal Commission.

    We had a Monterey County Tourism Improvement District presentation (MCTID) about dissolving our HID and adopting the MCTID model. They want us to sign up right away, but I don’t think we are prepared to act on this item without more information and review. We also can’t act on something that was just presented. Apparently Monterey has been working on this for a year or more, but we feel it has now just been sprung on us.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 4, 2018

    Topics: Front PG News

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