• City Council Actions August 20, 2014

     Heard a presentation and issued a Mayor’s Proclamation in support of Jacob’s Heart, a not-for-profit providing a broad range of support services for families having children with cancer.

     Received information from the Fire Chief Panholzer and from PG&E indicating that there is no current evidence that the SmartMeters installed throughout the PG&E service territory are imposing any risk of fires on residential and commercial occupancies.

     Held second reading and adopted a reusable bag ordinance banning single-use plastic bags and imposing a 10-cent fee for paper bags and reusable plastic bags.

     Authorized refunding of the City’s 2004 Golf Course Certificates of Participation, in order to reduce costs and to enable the management agreement between the City and CourseCo for the management and operation of the course to be converted to a full lease.

     Introduced and held first reading of updates to the City’s business license ordinance, in order to replace outmoded language and concepts and provide a baseline for future policy decisions by the Council regarding business licenses and business license taxes.

     Authorized the Mayor and City Manager to communicate with the County and Pebble Beach regarding the consideration of alternatives for the proposed inclusionary housing in Area D in the upcoming EIR (attached).

     Approved a franchise agreement with Green Waste Recovery for solid waste, recycling, and organics collection services, to start on August 1, 2015.

    The agenda reports and supporting documents for all of these actions are on the City’s website, at http://www.ci.pg.ca.us. Details of the actions taken will also be available, upon completion and adoption of the meeting minutes, which will also be posted on the website.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on August 22, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News

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