City manager's update: trash service increase, food truck ordinances and other notes

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Planning Commission notes June 26 The Planning Commission considered design review and site plans for two properties and Phase I of the Olive Grove subdivision. ~ 800 Hemenway Street provides for a new 983 square foot single family residence on the property. ~ 508 Abbey Street includes a 933 square foot second story addition to the existing house. ~ The review for Olive Grove approved two separate plans for five homes on Hemenway Street. The plans include both single and two story residences. The Planning Commission also heard updates on work being done regarding a new food truck ordinance and the creation of a regulatory framework for temporary rentals via Air BnB, VRBO and others. The Commission provided some really insightful input with both issues, scheduled to come to their next meeting on July 24. July 17 City Council Meeting agenda ~ Certification of the June 5 Election Results which will include swearing in newly elected members. ~ Selection of the Mayor and Mayor Pro Tem. ~ Appointment and Swearing in of the City Clerk. ~ Recommendation on designation of City Treasurer. ~ Two Public Hearings including the Engineers Report for the City-wide Assessment District and a Tax Allocation Hearing regarding financing for the Blue Mountain Terrace Senior Affordable Housing Project. ~ Second readings for ordinances related to the Zoning Text Amendment regarding setbacks for non-conforming structures and the Callahan Estates Development Agreement which were heard on June 19. ~ Street Closure Request for the Earthquake Festival. ~ A revised fiscal policy regarding City debt. ~ Authorization for construction for a bar screen at the Wastewater Treatment Facility. ~ Update on issues concerning City collected green waste and garbage services. ~ A revised lease agreement with American Tower Company for the cell tower located at the East Street Pump Station. ~ Appointment of a City representative to the Yolo County Public Agency Risk Management and Insurance Agency. ~ Designation of City Council voting member for the upcoming League of California Cities Annual Conference. ~ City Council liaison and committee assignments. Other notes: ~ Fees for trash service will increase based on the cost of living index starting July 1. The typical house will see their bill increase by about $2 per month. ~ Staff met with the City consultant on Senior Services and we expect that a report and recommendations will be coming by September. ~ The Police Canine Program is stalled and probably will be terminated, with funds raised being either returned to the major donors or transferred to the chaplaincy program and our K9- Kepi. ~ Fire and Police are working with other Yolo County public safety agencies on procedures for mass casualty incidents. A drill is scheduled for City personnel on July 24. ~ New body worn cameras for the Police Department will go into use in August. ~ Staff has submitted a grant application for funding toward a “refresh” of the City’s General Plan and the creation of a “sustainability element” to the Sacramento Council of Governments.]]>

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