Below is a summary of what is due to occur at this week's Council meeting.
The council will continue discussion and move to adopt or reject an ordinance that would amend section 17.12.030 of the Municipal Code, increasing the single-family residential sewer billing cap from 22 units to 28 units bi-monthly.
The proposed resolution was first heard at the June 12 council meeting, but after hearing oral testimony from many residents who did not fully understand the resolution, it was tabled until Tuesday's meeting. The resolution is meant to prevent lower-usage residents from continuing to have to subsidize costs for higher-usage residents.
The Council will also hear presentations from both opponents and proponents of the proposed Quail Brush Power Plant Project, which would be located within the Mission Trails Design District.
After hearing both sides, the council could take action and either support or approve the project, by resolution or letter.
In other agenda items:
– The council will conduct its annual interviews for applicants who wish to join the city's various boards, commissions and committees. The applicants have been asked to give brief three-minute presentations, which say why they should be considered for positions on said boards, commissions and committees. There are approximately 26 candidates seeking 24 positions on 12 different boards, commissions and committees.
– The council will move to uphold or deny an appeal of the Planning Commission's determination of a conditional use permit for a public charter school at , 5150 Jackson Drive, in a residential zone. currently uses the facility, and is seeking the council to uphold a decision that the school be allowed to increase its enrollment, which was voted on and approved by the council in October 2011.
For more agenda items, see the attached agenda. The city council meeting begins at 6 p.m. on Tuesday.