• City Council Action 12-18-13

    Major actions taken by the Council at its regular meeting on December 18, 2013 include:

     Held first reading of an ordinance that would amend Title 19 of the City Code to bring it into conformance with the new post-construction stormwater management requirements for development projects in the City, which the Regional Water Resources Control Board is requiring by March, 2014.

     Adopted a City policy encouraging bequests, fungible donations, and the gift of appreciated real estate, and establishing guidelines for their use, to assure donors (and potential donors) that their gifts will be appreciated, will be used appropriately, and will provide lasting benefit to the community.

     Conducted a mid-year budget review, confirming that revenues are matching projections and that expenditures are below budgeted levels, for this point in the year.

     Received extended updates on the key efforts being undertaken throughout the peninsula to address water needs, mitigate the impacts of the state order to Cal Am to cease the overdrafting the Seaside Water Basin and the Carmel River, and convert existing waste water (including sewer water, storm water, and dry weather flows, into potable and non potable water supplies.

     Received information on the impact of wter rate increases on local businesses and the quality of life on the peninsula.

    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 December 21, 2013

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