• Carmel city Council Action 10/07/14

    The Council met in a regular session on October 7, 2014 and took the following action:

    Item 7.A:Consideration ofApproval of the City Council Minutes:

    1. Approve the Minutes of the Closed Session Meeting of September 8,

    2. 9, 18, 23, and 24, and October 1, 2014.

    3. Approve the Minutes of the Regular Meeting of September 9, 2014.
      ACTION: Approved by unanimous voice vote.

    Item 7.B:Approval of Warrant Register for the Period of August 2014.
    ACTION: Approved by unanimous voice vote.

    Item 7.C: Receive Monthly Summary Report:

    1. Monthly Police, Fire and Ambulance Reports

    2. Receive Monthly Code Compliance Reports

    3. Receive Public Record Act and Media Request Logs

    ACTION: Approved by unanimous voice vote.

    Item 7.D: Consideration of a Resolution 2014-066 Authorizing the City Administrator to Adopt an Amendment to an Existing Contract (PDB-PSA-RINCON-005-13-14) with Rincon Consultants, Inc. for Continued Contract Planning Services, in an Amount not to exceed $72,000.
    ACTION: Approved by unanimous voice vote.

    Item 7.E: Consideration of Commission and Committee appointments to the Community Activities & Cultural Commission, Harrison Memorial Library Board of Trustees, Planning Commission and Historic Resources Board.
    ACTION: Approved by unanimous voice vote.

    No other action was taken.




    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 9, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News


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