• Major actions taken by the Council at its special meeting on June 7, 2017 include:

    • Received donations from Pacific Grove Rotary Club representatives from the 2016 P.G.
    Auto Rally to our Recreation and Library Departments.
    • Received a brief status update regarding the Short-Term Rental Program review currently
    underway, and next steps – including the Special City Council meeting on this topic
    scheduled for Wednesday, June 28 at 6:00 PM.
    • Received meeting minutes for the BNRC and Traffic Safety Commissions.
    Held first reading of an ordinance adopting the Fiscal Year Operating and Capital
    Improvement Budget and authorized publication of a summary approved by the City
    Attorney, in lieu of full ordinance.
    • Held first reading of an ordinance to amend the salary classification schedule to modify
    the salary range for Library Director, establish salary ranges for Construction Project Manager, Planner, Principal, Risk Manager and Volunteer Coordinator and delete Housing Program Coordinator/Code Compliance, and Police Corporal from the salary schedule, and directed that a summary of a proposed ordinance be published as approved by the City Attorney.
    • Held second reading and adopted an ordinance to amend the City Municipal Code, Section 23.31.040, Table of Building Form Requirements for Commercial Downtown (CD) to allow 100% site coverage.
    Held second reading and adopted an ordinance that amends Pacific Grove Municipal Code (PGMC) Chapters 10.08, Keeping Animal and Fowl, 10.10, Animal Feeding, and Sections 10.04.190 and 14.08.030 regarding dogs.
    • Received a FORA update from Councilmember Garfield.
    • Received memorandum distributed to members of the Planning Commission and the
    Architectural Review Board summarizing current rules regarding quorum, motions and
    • Appointed City Council Members Peake and Smith as a subcommittee to work with the
    City Manager to develop and initiate a request for qualifications for City Attorney services, with a response deadline of July 7, 2017.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on June 10, 2017

    Topics: Front PG News


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