2. Agenda Forecast Upcoming agenda items include the waste hauler franchise and an update on the use
the Flanders facility. Also, budget hearings are scheduled for June
June 14-15, and June 17
necessary. 3. Summary
Quarterly Report This document can
found on the City web site and includes 4 areas: Key Initiatives, Financial Summary, Department summary and Capital projects. In addition, it reflects
that revenues are slightly above and expenses are slightly below.
Additional comments included mention
typos in the agenda and minutes and an update regarding technology expenditures relating
a public records act request.
VI. PUBLIC APPEARANCES
Mayor Burnett opened the meeting
public comment at 5:32
• John Gray from Order
the Purple Heart thanked the City for supporting the Veteran s
Cemetery, spoke regarding the Purple Heart City program and asked for the City s
this program. • Barbara Livingston, resident, asked questions about private events in
e City. • Stephen Moore, resident, thanked the City Council for their good work regarding Forest
Theatre. • Rebecca Hannah, resident, read a letter from her husband thanking the fire department for
their service. • Christine Sandin, executive director
the Sunset Center, expressed her support for the
Theatre and announced upcoming items at the Sunset Center. • Brian Cougleton spoke regarding a potential error on his part at the workshop regarding
city documents. • Julie Armstrong, Chamber
Commerce board member, • Susan Love announced the upcoming dog friendly 2K run event happening next month.
• Carolina Bayne, resident, expressed opposition
the public toilets. • Mike Brown, resident, requested that the agenda is posted in the post office.
• Yvonne Bowen thanked Council members for supporting the Forest Theatre Guild and
announced that upcoming performances will
held at Pacific Grove High School. Mayor Burnett closed the meeting
public comment at 5:58
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