Tuesday’s City Council meeting spotlighted ‘LOS OSOS’ Core Area concepts, a new agreement for law enforcement services, and more
The City Council on Tuesday discussed “LOS OSOS” Core Area concepts, set General Fund target and minimum reserve levels, and awarded a 2023-24 agreement for law enforcement services, among other business.
Following detailed presentations at the last Planning and Transportation Commission and Community Services Commission meetings about the LOS OSOS potential project for the Civic Core, Assistant City Manager Keith Rattay presented an overview of the concepts, Traffic Impact Study and summary of the public input provided to date.
Part of the City’s process for developing the FY 2023-25 City budget, the Council reviewed the methodology for setting General Fund target and minimum reserve levels and established these for the next budget cycle.
The Council also considered a Fiscal Year 2023-24 agreement for law enforcement services and awarded a contract to the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
To help bring increased awareness of the lives impacted by gun violence, the Council proclaimed June 2 to be National Gun Violence Awareness Day. In presenting a proclamation to Bita Karabian of OC Moms Demand Action, Mayor Brian Goodell noted the toll this crisis has taken on our society and that we must do more to address it.
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