LAKEPORT, Calif. – This week the Lakeport City Council will discuss funds for an affordable housing project, regulations for mobile catering vendors and signage.
The board will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 5, for a budget workshop before convening for the regular meeting at 6 p.m. in the council chambers at Lakeport City Hall, 225 Park St.
Documents for the meeting can be found at http://www.cityoflakeport.com/departments/home.aspx?deptid=88 .
Community Development Director Richard Knoll will take to the council a proposal relating to the Lakeport Senior Housing Project.
It's proposed that the council reserve $400,000 from the Lakeport Redevelopment Agency low and moderate income housing set aside fund for a loan to the Lakeport Senior Housing Project. That loan would be contingent upon the approval of legislation passed by the state allowing for the expenditure of the funds for affordable housing projects.
The council also will review and discuss the city's regulations regarding mobile catering businesses.
Planning Services Manager Andrew Britton will introduce to the council a new sign ordinance amendment.
The proposed ordinance would amend Title 17, Chapter 17.52 of the Lakeport Municipal Code related to the amendment of sign criteria and regulations for large individual retail buildings and large commercial shopping centers.
The council also is expected to set a public hearing and second reading of the ordinance for Tuesday, July 17, at 6 p.m.
Also on Tuesday, new Lakeport Police volunteer Carl Touros will be introduced to the council.
The council will hold a closed session to discuss a case of pending litigation, Operating Engineers Local Union No. 3 and Lakeport Police Officers Association v. City of Lakeport, Lakeport City Council (Lake County Superior Court Case No. CV410232); and labor negotiations with the Lakeport Police Officers Association, Lakeport Employees Association and the city attorney.
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