San Clemente City Council Meeting Tuesday December 4 2018

Save South Orange County Forever No Toll Road

The San Clemente City Council Meeting is Tuesday December 4 2018.
A Toll Road Update will be presented at this meeting.

If you want more information or you want your voice to be heard you can attend this public meeting.
The San Clemente City Council Meeting is at 6:00pm on Tuesday November 20 2018 at The San Clemente City Council Chambers at 100 Avenida Presidio.
The Public is encouraged to attend.
The City Council allows everyone time to speak at the Meeting.

San Clemente City Council Closed Session at 5:00pm

Conference with Legal Counsel on existing litigation Includes

City of San Clemente v. Foothill/Eastern Transportation Corridor Agency and County of Orange

Special Presentations

Holiday Serenade by the San Clemente High School Madrigals

Toll Road Update

Proposed Discussion Items Include:

November 6 2018 General Election Results Certification

Oath of Allegiance – Newly-Elected Council Members Administration of the Oath of Allegiance to Council Members-Elect Dan Bane, Laura Ferguson and Kathy Ward.

Election of Mayor and Mayor Pro Tempore
The City Clerk will conduct the election for Mayor. T
The newly elected Mayor will then assume the Mayor’s seat and will conduct the election for Mayor Pro Tempore

Traffic Signal Equipment Upgrades

Zoning Amendment: To provide incentives for housing projects that include consolidation of substandard lots within mixed use zoning districts

Sidewalk Construction and Repair

San Clemente Public Hearings

Public Hearing to consider approving Historic Property Preservation Agreement 18-434, for the historic house located at 1815 Calle De Los Alamos

Public Hearing to consider approving Historic Property Preservation Agreement 18-442, for the historic house located at 235 Avenida Miramar

Next Scheduled City Council Meeting is Tuesday December 18 2018.

For more information please visit San Clemente City Council Meeting Agenda

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