Suisun City

Suisun City Council meets Tuesday

By From page A3 | June 16, 2014

SUISUN CITY — Council will consider whether to move toward filling a police officer position at Tuesday’s regular meeting, which follows a special meeting involving the performance of the city attorney.

The Suisun City Council will meet in a closed session during a 6 p.m. special meeting to discuss personnel matters involving a performance evaluation of the city attorney. Afterward, Council will reopen the meeting to the public to announce what, if any, actions were taken.

The regular meeting of the Suisun City Council, the council as the successor agency to the city’s redevelopment agency and the Housing Authority, follows at 7 p.m.

Items on the consent calendar of the agenda include authorizing the city manager to recruit and appoint a full-time permanent police officer for an anticipated opening and possibly a temporary officer if deemed necessary.

Council will also consider whether to appropriate funds for the environment review of the Railroad Avenue extension project and whether to authorize the city manager to make a change to a contract with Pacific Municipal Consultants for the preparation of environmental documentation for the project, which spans from Marina Boulevard to Main Street.

General business includes the council adoption of a resolution placing liens for unpaid waste collection on certain lands in the area and a resolution to use funds to update the Downtown Waterfront Specific Plan.

Also on the agenda are a presentation proclaiming July as “Parks and Recreation Month” as well as recognition of local Girl Scout and Daisy troops for their volunteer work on Grizzly Island Trail.

The council chambers are located at 701 Civic Center Blvd.

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Adrienne Harris

Adrienne Harris

Adrienne joined the Daily Republic in September 2009. She earned her journalism degree at the University of Florida in 2005 and has worked at newspapers in Fort Pierce, Fla.; Las Cruces, N.M.; and El Paso, Texas.

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  • 2realJune 16, 2014 - 5:54 am

    Maybe theyll discuss the pothole problem?

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  • BobJune 16, 2014 - 6:07 am

    Hell no Pothole Pete likes them that way because they remind him of his home, as his infamous quote says" if you think these are bad you should see the ones in the country I come from" funny thing is I'm thinking that's why he left because his country isn't all he wanted it to be so he left now he's trying to recreate it here. What happened to the officer that enforced codes? I heard she hurt herself on duty? Not sure how she did that. I've asked for help in getting the cars removed from the front and yard next door but no luck. Oh by the way where Pete lives they fix the pot holes

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  • 2realJune 16, 2014 - 7:39 am

    Bob, think its time for a new mayor. Ship him back on the banana boat he came in on!

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  • Mr. PracticalJune 16, 2014 - 7:22 pm

    Could you be any more offensive?

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