Council Recap

“COUNCIL RECAP”
 
June 23, 2015 – Highlight of City Council Action:

  • Adopted resolution declaring results of June 2, 2015 Special Election for election of one Councilmember, Rob McCoy, to fill position vacated by former Councilmember Jacqui Irwin, for term ending November 2016; newly elected Councilmember McCoy took Oath of Office and was seated at dais
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  • Proclaimed July Recreation and Park Month
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  • Received Conejo Las Virgenes Future Foundation Youth Leadership Report
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  • Commended retiring Conejo Valley Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Jeff Baarstad for his service to the community
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  • Conducted public hearing regarding proposed sale of Schillo Gardens Affordable Housing Project to Many Mansions; adopted resolution approving: 1) Purchase Agreement and Joint Escrow Instructions to sell Schillo Gardens affordable housing project to Many Mansions for appraised value of $6,250,000; 2) Loan Agreement with Many Mansions to provide seller financing of purchase price through two loans, with repayment from residual receipts, and extending affordability covenants on project for additional 55 years; 3) Concurrent with closing of sale, termination of existing Management and Revenue Sharing Agreement between former Redevelopment Agency and Many Mansions
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  • Conducted public hearing regarding Landscape and Lighting Assessment District (LLAD) 79-2 Annual Levy FY 2015-16; adopted resolutions approving Engineer’s Report for LLAD 79-2, annual levy of assessments FY 2015/2016, and ordering levy and collection of those assessments
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  • Awarded 32 FY 2015-16 Community Events Endowment Fund grants totaling $85,000; authorized necessary expenditures
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  • Received Cultural Affairs Commission FY 2014-15 Annual Report
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  • Approved continuance of Business Roundtable Work Plan with proposed revisions,  July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2017
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  • Approved Back to Business Program; authorized staff to enter agreements with businesses to provide for post-disaster building safety assessments as outlined in report
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  • Directed staff to submit letter to National Park Service in support of Rim of the Valley (ROV) Corridor Special Resource Study, Alternative D (Regional ROV Boundary Adjustment with Cooperative Conservation Areas)
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  • Councilmember Price provided update on National League of Cities Summer Policy Forum June 11-14, 2015


  • Meeting adjourned to next City Council Meeting July 14, 2015, 6:00 p.m. (July 7, 2015 City Council Meeting canceled)

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