aids, services or interpreters, require different lead times. Please keep this in mind and provide as much advance notice as possible in order to ensure availability. Assistive Listening Devices (ALDs) are available in Council Chambers upon request. SENATE BILL 343 (LATE-ARRIVING MATERIALS) Pursuant to California Senate Bill 343 (Section 54957.5(b) of the Brown Act), late-arriving
CONSENT, ORDINANCES TO BE INTRODUCED: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 Committee Actions Taken: This item was heard at the Infrastructure Committee meeting on ACTION: Motion by Vice-Chair Alvarez, second by Councilmember Ward, to recommend Council approval of the ordinance. VOTE: 4-0; Kersey-yea, Ward-yea, Alvarez-yea, Zapf-yea. Public Works: Elif Cetin, (619) 533-3794 City Attorney Contact: Mark M. Mercer Item 51: Exempt two (2) Program Manager positions in the Transportation
The two new unclassified position's annual cost, including salaries and fringe benefits, of approximately 300,000 will be funded by the Transportation and Storm Water Department s General Fund Operating Budget. Proposed Actions: (O-2018-66)
Montgomery-Gibbs Executive Airport and related actions, is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act pursuant to Section 15601(b)(3) of the CEQA Guidelines. Committee Actions Taken: This item was heard at the Smart Growth and Land Use Committee meeting
Real Estate Assets: Thurman Hodges, (858) 573-1426 City Attorney Contact: David Powell CONSENT, RESOLUTIONS TO BE ADOPTED: Tuesday, February 13, 2018 Item 101: Request for authorization to sell unimproved City-owned property adjacent to 1012 Van Nuys Street, San Diego, CA 92109, and pay a real estate brokerage commission.
Quality Act pursuant to Section 15312 of the CEQA Guidelines. Committee Actions Taken: This item was heard at the Smart Growth Land Use Committee meeting on ACTION: Motion by Councilmember Sherman, second by Councilmember Alvarez, to move staff recommendation.
issue will be sixteen (16) minutes. Non-Agenda Public Comment is limited to 30 minutes during the Tuesday morning Council session. Any remaining speakers will be given an opportunity to speak after Council concludes the remaining agenda items for that day. Speaker order will generally be decided on a first-come, first-served basis. However, in the event that there are more than fifteen (15) Non-Agenda Public Comment speakers on a particular Tuesday, priority may be given.
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