Dana Point City Council Meeting Tuesday December 4 2018

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Dana Point City Council meets Tuesday December 4 2018.
The Council will be meeting at Dana Point City Council Chambers.
Closed Session at 5:00pm. Open Session at 6:00pm.
The public is encouraged to attend and comment.

Dana Point City Council Closed Session at 5:00pm

Conference with Labor Negotiator

Conference with Legal Counsel on existing litigation
People v. Pickering Properties et al.

Dana Point City Council Open Meeting Starts at 6:00pm


Presentation for Gail Enriquez

Presentation to John A. Tomlinson (outgoing City Council member)

Swearing in of Newly Elected Dana Point City Council Members

Jamey M. Federico
Joseph L. Muller
Richard A. Viczorek

Proposed Discussion Items Include

Dana Point Quarterly Financial Report September 2018

Dana Point Community Center Renovation

Story Pole Ordinance

November 6 2018 General Election

That the City Council consider the request from Dana Point residents to display the phrase “In God We Trust” in a prominent location within the Council Chamber and direct staff accordingly.

Dana Point Community Engagement

Dana Point City Council encourages the community to participate in the Public Comments portion of the meeting.

In order to conduct a timely meeting, there will be a three-minute time limit per person and an overall time limit of fifteen minutes.

You can write a letter to the Dana Point City Council at 33282 Golden Lantern Street Dana Point CA 92629.

You can email the Dana Point City Council via Dana Point’s City Clerk, Kathy Ward and ask her to please distribute to the Dana Point City Council.
Kathy’s Email Address is kward@danapoint.org

The Next Dana Point City Council Meeting is scheduled Tuesday January 15 2019.

For more information please visit Dana Point City Council Meeting Agenda

Dana Point City Council Chambers is located at 33282 Golden Lantern Suite 210.

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