The La Mesa City Council will meet to discuss matters important to the city's future at 6 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall.
Among topics on the agenda, city council will review parking limitations for recreational vehicles (RVs) following complaints from Seton Hall/Maryland Avenue neighborhood residents.
A review of the area after the meeting by a city code compliance officer found no RV parking issues.
From July 30, 2012 to Aug. 1 of this year, the police gave out a total seven citations to RV owners for overstaying the 72-hour parking restriction, a staff report on the matter said.
"The current RV parking standards and 72-hour street parking limitations seem to be working well as indicated by the code compliance sweep and police department report," the report concluded.
This is agenda item 7.
The La Mesa City Council will again consider whether to place a three term limit on the November 2014 ballot. If a majority of the city council approve a resolution Tuesday city staff will compile a resolution which must be approved in order for term limits to appear on the November 2014 ballot for voters to decide.
This is agenda item 8.
City council will hear requests to designate three La Mesa homes at 4767 Mission Bell Lane, 8463 Lemon Avenue and 4604 Date Avenue historic landmarks.
An explanation for the request and why each home is considered worthy of historic designation can be found under agenda items 11, 12 and 13.
At the request of Councilman Ernest Ewin, city council will discuss a request to compile a list of all organizations in which councilmembers participate.
This is agenda item 10.
City council will consider whether to allow Mayor Art Madrid to appoint two alternate members to the youth advisory commission.
This is agenda item 6.
New building and fire code regulation are on the agenda for a first reading.
See items 4 and 5 for more details.
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