• Major actions taken by the Council at its regular meeting on September 3, 2014

    Held second reading and approved an ordinance updating 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 a lien on 171 Laurel Avenue for ongoing violations of the code related to property maintenance, and failure to comply with the decision of an Administrative Hearing officer.

    Appointed Shelby Birch to the Recreation Board, Matt Bosworth to the Business Improvement District Board, and Tim McGill to the Hospitality Improvement Board.

    Adopted a final mitigated negative declaration for the Sewer Collection System Master Plan, which details repairs, replacement, and upgrade projects to the City’s sewer system over the next 10 years.

    Introduced and held first reading of an ordinance approving a 10-year lease with CourseCo for the management, operation, and maintenance of the City’s golf course for the next 10 years.

    Approved and reaffirmed a set of maintenance activities and responsibilities for the Monarch Sanctuary, so that all necessary maintenance and improvements are completed before October 1, the start of the overwintering season.

    Received the annual report for the Monterey County Convention and Visitors Bureau, showing the virtually across-the-board improvements created by the Bureau and its members this past year.

    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 September 5, 2014

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