• Summary of City Council Action 10-16-13 meeting

     Recognized Emil Font, a Pacific Grove resident, for his actions in accosting a burglar in his home and assisting Police in the follow-up investigation, which led to several arrests and the seizure of jewelry and other valuables stolen from sites throughout the peninsula.
     Approved an amendment to the enabling resolution for the downtown Business Improvement District, providing the BID more flexibility in using its funds for actions needed to promote and benefit the downtown.
     Approved an ordinance allowing the expenditure of up to $250,000 in additional Gas Tax and related funds on street repairs.
     Held first reading of an ordinance to codify needed protections for local beaches and harbor seals during pupping season.
     Held first reading of an ordinance to adopt the 2013 Building Code and related codes.
     Held first reading of an ordinance to authorize a pilot program to modify parking time limits in the downtown during the upcoming holiday season.
     Approved sewer improvements and the submission of an amendment to the proposed storm drain improvements in the Greenwood Gulch watershed, in order to fix several damaged storm drain and sewer lines, move them out from under residences in the area of 14th Street and Sinex, and install trash and sediment interceptors to prevent the flow of pollutants into the Bay.
     Received staff and resident input on the proposed Pebble Beach inclusionary housing project of 24 rental units adjacent to the Del Monte Park Neighborhood, and directed staff to initiate all appropriate action to ensure the City’s input, and the input of the adjacent or otherwise impacted Pacific Grove residents and property owners, is provided to the County and Pebble Beach at appropriate points throughout the project’s development and permitting process.

    – Information provided by the City Clerk’s office

    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 19, 2013

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