Council Recap:

November 25, 2014

The following is the recap from the City Council meeting on Tuesday, November 25, 2014:


  1. Approval of Joint City Council and Board of Library Trustees minutes from the October 28, 2014 meetings – Approved 
  2. Acceptance of the City Council Legislative Subcommittee’s recommendation to adopt the 2015 Legislative Platform, providing guidance to staff on legislative issues of interest to the City Council, assisting staff with legislative advocacy at the federal and state levels – Approved 
  3. Retain and renew contract with Washington, D.C. based firm of Murray, Montgomery and O’Donnell for federal advocacy services on all issues, except the proposed Soledad Canyon mine from January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2016 – Approved  
  4. Authorize the installation of multiway stop controls at the intersection of Centurion Way and Hyssop Lane as a result of resident and student requests and staff analysis – Approved 
  5. Award construction contract to improve 25 bus stop locations throughout the City, which may include asphalt bus pads, shelters, and improvements in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act – Approved
  6. Approve resolution authorizing no-stopping zones on May Way near La Mesa Junior High School to improve on-campus student drop-off/pick-up operations, traffic operations and safety – Approved
  7. Accept the City of Santa Clarita’s estimated allocation of $330,259 as part of the Citizens’ Option for Public Safety (COPS) grant to continue funding Santa Clarita’s COBRA Team – Approved
  8. Adopt a resolution denying the appeal of the Planning Commission’s denial of a Conditional Use Permit to allow for the operation of a primary school on the Rye Canyon Road proposed by Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences – Approved 
  9. Award a two-year maintenance contract for annual backflow prevention device testing and repairs at all City owned facilities, parks and Landscape Maintenance Districts – Approved
  10.  Adopt a resolution beginning proceedings to annex parcels in tract 62343 into the Landscape Maintenance District as Zone 30 (Penlon) – Approved 
  11.  Check register No. 21 and 22 – Approved


12.   City Council commit $3,000,000 in financial support for the construction of a new Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center to better meet the needs of seniors in the community – Approved


Regular City Council meetings take place on the second and fourth Tuesday of the month.  The next regular meeting will on Tuesday, December 9, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall.  

View the full agenda for the November 25 City Council meeting.

Meeting Minutes can be accessed here once available.

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