The council will meet Tuesday, Nov. 21, at 5 p.m. for a special meeting, to be followed by its regular meeting at 6 p.m. in the council chambers at Lakeport City Hall, 225 Park St.
The agenda can be found here.
The council chambers will be open to the public for the meeting. Masks are highly encouraged where 6-foot distancing cannot be maintained.
If you cannot attend in person, and would like to speak on an agenda item, you can access the Zoom meeting remotely at this link or join by phone by calling toll-free 669-900-9128 or 346-248-7799.
The webinar ID is 973 6820 1787, access code is 477973; the audio pin will be shown after joining the webinar. Those phoning in without using the web link will be in “listen mode” only and will not be able to participate or comment.
During the special meeting beginning at 5 p.m., Lakeport Police Chief Brad Rasmussen will present a Citizen Commendation to Dalton Harris in recognition of exceptional efforts to enhance the quality of life in our community.
The council also will consider reappointing incumbent George Spurr to a four-year term on the Lake County Vector Control District Board effective Jan. 1, 2024, and expiring Dec. 31, 2027.
In other business, the council will interview applicants and appoint one member to the Lakeport Fire Protection District Board and three members to the Lakeport Economic Development Advisory Committee, or LEDAC.
At the regular meeting beginning at 6 p.m., City Manager Kevin Ingram will present a resolution confirming the fulfillment of all provisions outlined in the memorandum of understandings, dated Jan. 11, 2011, and July 19, 2011, between the Judicial Council of California and the city of Lakeport in connection with the development of the new Lake County Superior Courthouse to be located at 675 Lakeport Blvd.
Also on Tuesday, Utilities Director Paul Harris will give the council an update on the continuing efforts to identify and mitigate Inflow and Infiltration in the city’s wastewater collection system.
On the consent agenda — items considered noncontroversial and usually accepted as a slate on one vote — are ordinances; minutes of the Nov. 7 council meeting; approval of amendment to application 2023-020, with staff recommendations, to operate a sled hill on Second Street, between Forbes and Main, in conjunction with the Dickens’ Festival; adoption of an ordinance repealing and replacing Section 17.17.080 of Chapter 17.17 of Title 17 of the Lakeport Municipal Code regarding the time limit for Planned Development Combining Districts; and approval of the side letter agreement for the city of Lakeport Police Officers’ Association amending section 6.18 of the MOU regarding premium pay for detective trainee work.