• City Council Actions (Synopsis) 1-15-14

    Major actions taken by the Council at its regular meeting on January 15, 2014 include: 

     Welcomed Jeff Killian as the interim Administrative Services Manager. Among other positions, Jeff previously served as the Assistant City Manager/General Services Director for the City of Millbrae. Prior to that, Jeff served as the City Administrator/Finance Director of the City of Marysville.

     Thanked Mike Zimmer for his service to the City as Public Works Director/Community Development Director. Mike is retiring and moving up to Roseville.

     Authorized staff to work with staff of the Transportation Authority of Monterey County to develop a grant application to fund a corridor study o the portion of Highway 68 that is within the city limits of Pacific Grove. The corridor study will, among other topics, examine the feasibility of adding sidewalks to add pedestrian travel, especially near schools.

     Approved a series of appointments and re-appointments to City Boards and Commissions, for the 2014 term, which starts February 1.

     Held first reading of an ordinance to modify downtown area parking time limits, to extend the 2-hour limits in effect on a trial basis during the recent holiday season year round.

     Directed the City Manager to initiate negotiations, in cooperation with other peninsula jurisdictions, with GreenWaste Recovery, for the collection of solid waste, recyclables, and organics from residences and businesses throughout the City.

     Directed the City Manager to initiate negotiations with Billy Casper Golf, CourseCo, Inc., and the associations representing City employees working at the Golf Course, regarding the development of an agreement for the operation and maintenance of the Pacific Grove Golf Links.

     

    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

    posted to Cedar Street Times on January 19, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News

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