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Around the Halls: September 8 - 10

By Eric Richardson
Published: Tuesday, September 08, 2009, at 08:42AM
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Today is Tuesday, September 8, and like most places the work week is starting a day late at City Hall. On the agendas this week is a special events ordinance, a historic monument designation and fees for traffic officers outside events.

TUESDAY: Council and three committees are in session.

At Council, item 11 is CF 09-0600-S46, a second consideration on the ordinance implementing the city's new special event policy.

Item 33 is CF 09-0600-S137, a motion asking that Council hold a special meeting on Tuesday, September 15, to debate a potential Early Retirement Incentive Program.

At Planning and Land Use Management is CF 09-1850, a Historic Cultural Monument designation for the Douglas Building, at 257 S. Spring.

WEDNESDAY: Council's back in session, as are four committees.

At Housing, Community and Economic Development is CF 08-1678-S1, a CRA request that the City provide an $8 million float loan for the development of the Hope Street Family Center, at 1600 S. Hope.

At Council, item 43 is CF 09-2174, a LaBonge motion asking that the City declare the day "Beatles Day."

Transportation committee will hear a report on CF 09-1384, which deals with funds spent on traffic officers positioned outside event venues. Given the City's budget situation, it is looking to recoup funds for services it has previously provided for free. Staples Center, L.A. Live and Dodgers Stadium are on the list of venues contacted.

THURSDAY: Only Jobs & Business Development committee has posted an agenda, and it is for a special meeting at Mission College in Sylmar. State Attorney General Edmund G. Brown, Jr. will speak.


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