• Major actions taken by the Council at its regular meeting of April 17, 2019 include:


    • Received a presentation from the Community Human Services (CHS) and award for the City’s involvement with CHS.
    • Received a presentation from the Monterey Bay Economic Partnership Presentation
    • Approved the minutes of the April 3, 2019 City Council Regular Meeting. 
    • Approved the Resolution of Intention to Levy an Assessment for the Downtown Business Improvement District for Fiscal Year 19-20 and directed staff to notice a public hearing to be held on May 1, 2019 to hear protests and determining whether to levy the assessment. (Resolution No. 19-005.)
    • Approved the Resolution of Intention to Levy an Assessment for the Hospitality Improvement District for Fiscal Year 2019-20 and directed staff to notice a public hearing to be held on May 1, 2019 to receive protests and determine whether to levy the assessment. (Resolution No. 19-006.)
    • Received the Mayor’s regional report.
    • Received minutes of the Monterey Salinas Transit March 11, 2019 meeting.
    • Authorized the City Manager enter into a first amendment to the agreement with Page and Turnbull to update the Historic Resources Inventory in an amount not to exceed $30,000, plus $20,000 contingency, and extend the contract term to December 31, 2019.
    • Received minutes from the BNRC, HRC, and TSC.
    • Introduce and held first reading of an ordinance to amend Pacific Grove Municipal Code Section 3.40 to modify the size, composition, and membership qualifications of the Economic Development Commission, and directed a summary of the ordinance be published as approved by the City Attorney.
    • Reversed the decision of the Planning Commission’s denial of Architectural Permit AP 19-0020, and approved the Architectural Permit AP 19-0020 for the proposed installation of two (2) clerestory skylights on the south-facing ridge of the existing 1977 library addition.
    • Rejected all bids received from the January 11, 2019, Lovers Point Coastal Access Project and called for bids with no changes to the project plans, also known as the Recreation Trail Coastal Access Project within the FY 2019/20 Capital Improvement Program.
    • Provided general direction to staff regarding policy and operational changes regarding the Morris Dill Courts and Pickleball, with the matter returning in 90 days.


    The agenda reports and supporting documents for all of these actions are on the City’s website, at http://www.cityofpacificgrove.org/about-city/city-council.  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 April 21, 2019

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