Important Upcoming Dates
(see Calendar for further details and additional listings)
June 25 @ 9:30 am – Orange County Board of Supervisors
BOARD HEARING ROOM (333 W. Santa Ana Blvd/10 Civic Center Plaza, Santa Ana)
- Look for the agenda here
- The Board of Supervisors is scheduled to continue considering the certification of the EIR for the General Aviation Improvement Program and the selection of a project.
- The matter appears as Item 45, with no obviously new material.
- It will be a continuation of Item 20 from the May 7 agenda. — originally scheduled for May 21, but postponed at the request of airport staff.
- The video of the previous meeting can be viewed here.
- While the June 25 meeting is in progress, a live stream of it can be viewed at the same link.
- It’s important to let the Supervisors know what you think. Those who cannot attend in person can submit comments by email to email@example.com with a subject line such as “Comments for June 25 Board meeting — JWA GAIP.”
June 25 – City Council Meeting
Civic Center – Council Chambers (100 Civic Center Drive)
- Agenda, when published, available here (usually by 4:00 pm on Thursday before meeting)
- Insider’s Guide : City Manager’s preview of agenda items
- 5:30 pm: City Council Closed Session
- Private discussion of possible initiation of litigation
- 7:00 pm: City Council Regular Meeting (tentative)
- Adopt ordinance correcting “error” in Zoning Code required to approve “Mesa Town Homes” project at corner of Santa Ana and Mesa Drive
- Approval of employment contract terms with Part Time Employees Association and Fire Management Association
- Contract for General Plan Update “listen and learn” consultant (Kearns & West)
- Library meeting room policy
- Lido Marina Village Farmer’s Market License Agreement
- Approval of Special Event Support Funding for Fiscal Year 2019-20
- Approval of $40,000 Support (each) for the Balboa Village Merchants Association and Balboa Island Marketing, Inc.
- Reconsideration of previous decision regarding 939 Via Lido Soud Residential Dock Reconfiguration
- Renewal of levy for Corona del Mar and Newport Beach Restaurant Association Business Improvement Districts for Fiscal Year 2019-20
- Annual Appointments to Boards and Commissions
- Authorize issuance of bonds to fund Underground Utility Assessment Districts No. 116 and 116-B
- Direct Harbor Commission to consider update of Policy H-1 (Harbor Permit Policy)
- Consider addition of one Full-Time Police Officer Position
- Declare July 6 as Benjamin M. Carlson Day
- 5:30 pm: City Council Closed Session
- An estimated 97 participants enjoyed our complimentary brunch.
- Randall English, President of the Newport Bay Conservancy, spoke about that organization’s history and future, in honor of their 50th anniversary.
- Newport Beach City Council member Jeff Herdman updated attendees on the County’s General Aviation Improvement Program proposal for John Wayne Airport.
- Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris (AD 74) presented both SPON and the Newport Bay Conservancy with Certificates of Recognition for their length of service and many accomplishments over the years.
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Food for Thought . . .
Watch this space for articles and commentary on topics or issues that we are following.
Former Council Member and SPON Co-Founder Jean Watt asks tough questions about Team Newport’s agenda . . .
and about the appropriateness of the proposed Koll Center Residences project…
Planning Commissioner Erik Weigand takes issue with developer’s “pay to play” statement
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