CALIFORNIA CITY – Transition of the City’s Off Highway Vehicle program to the Parks and Recreation Department and creation of and immediate appointment of a dedicated OHV program manager is the only new business item on the agenda for Tuesday’s regular meeting of the City of California City Council Meeting.
City Manager Anna Linn is requesting appointment of an OHV manager immediately:
“We are moving OHV under Parks and City Hall,” according to the memo from council included in the agenda packet. “With the Thanksgiving holiday coming and grant deadlines due it is imperative that we have an employee to manage the OHV program. This employee will continue to manage the OHV grant and overall OHV program.
This will not impact the General Fund. The pay range of $25.19 - $32.15 will be paid out
of the OHV grant fund.”
Consent agenda items - those considered routine and non-controversial are usually approved by one motion if no member of the Council, staff or public wishes to comment or ask questions - include:
• A second reading, by title only, and adoption of a resolution rezoning 160 parcels located within the city as approved at the previous council meeting.
• Adoption of a resolution supporting the Reducing Crime and Keep California Safe Act of 2020.
City Treasurer Keith Middleton will also make a presentation on the September 2019 Report of Investment.
Linn also reported via informational memo that due to unforeseen circumstances Andy Heath cannot be present for the budget discussion on Oct. 22 Council meeting.
A budget meeting has been rescheduled for Saturday, Oct. 26 at 10 a.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers.
The regular meeting begins at 6 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall, 21000 Hacienda Blvd. The meetings are open to the public.