City council meets tonight
The Susanville City Council hosts a regularly scheduled meeting at 4:30 p.m. today, Wednesday, Aug. 17 in the council chambers.
The meeting begins when the council meets in closed session to discuss two items — an evaluation of the city administrator and a conference with legal counsel regarding the city’s lawsuit against the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation et al.
The public portion of the meeting begins at 5 p.m.
New business before the council includes consideration of Resolution No. 22-6029 authorizing the public works director to close Richmond Road for the Rails to Trails Festival; consideration of a proposal regarding a community composting project; consideration of Resolution No. 22-6034 regarding an agreement with ArchiveSocial for social media retention needs; consideration of Resolution No. 22-6035 approving an invoice for Cloud Inc. Biller Agreement/Proposal for Interactive Voice Response; and a discussion of city project priorities. According to the agenda item, “The city of Susanville is dedicated to providing essential services to residents/customers through the efforts and actions of four city departments, administration, fire, police and public works. The Susanville City Council has adopted four priorities for city staff to focus on when providing city services … transparency
improve Susan River trail, code enforcement and improve Main Street.”
Continuing business on the agenda includes consideration of Resolution No. 22-6063, authorizing the may to sign an agreement regarding the design phase of the South East Gateway Project; appointment of a council member on the Economic Development Implementation Plan Ad Hoc Committee; and direction to the city administrator regarding the approved position list.
Other items include department reports and consideration of future council items.
The council’s next regularly scheduled meeting will be at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7.