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City Council to Hear Items Dealing with Law Enforcement and Evaluations.

The meeting begins at 6 p.m. at the Council Chambers. It can bee seen live on television or streaming online.

The  Encinitas City Council will hear the following items Wednesday evening at its regular meeting:

  • Approval of Master Five-Year Agreement between the City of Encinitas, the County of San Diego, and the San Diego County Sheriff for General and Specialized Law Enforcement and Traffic Services.  Contact Person: Senior Management Analyst McSeveney.  STAFF RECOMMENDATION:  Approve the Master Fire-Year Agreement between the City of Encinitas, the County of San Diego, and the San Diego County Sheriff for General and Specialized Law Enforcement and Traffic Services.
  • Presentation of the General Plan Advisory Committee (GPAC) Housing Policy Report for the General Plan update including the results of the GPAC Housing Exercise, Survey of Tools, Methodology discussion and Scenario Mapping to accomplish housing.  Presented by GPAC Member Lee Vance. Contact Person: Associate Planner Strong.  STAFF RECOMMENDATION:  Receive and consider recommendations contained in the report.
  • Creation of a Council Ad Hoc Subcommittee to discuss and prepare recommendations regarding City Attorney and City Manager performance evaluations. Contact Person:  City Clerk Hollywood.  STAFF RECOMMENDATION:  Discuss and appoint two Council Members to the proposed ad hoc subcommittee for the discussion and preparation of recommendations regarding City Attorney and City Manager performance evaluations.

Live broadcasts of the meetings begin at 6 p.m. on Channel 19 on Cox Communications, and Channel 24 on Time Warner Cable for those who do not have a digital box.  Time Warner customers who have a digital box will need to turn to channel 128 to view the meetings. It will also be broadcasted on AT&T U-Verse - Channel 99, Program Name: "City of Encinitas Broadcasts" live on the Wednesday evening of the council meeting.

A live webcast can also be seen at 6 p.m. on the city’s media player

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Lynn Marr February 22, 2013 at 09:22 AM
Council went along with the five year contract, but want to set up a comparison and evaluation of other cites' law enforcement programs, to compare costs . . . I feel that Encinitas Council would have been wise to have limited the contract to two years, in this economic climate, meanwhile, doing the analysis and comparison to evaluate performance and costs . . . Why are we stuck with another five year contract?
Al Ein February 22, 2013 at 02:40 PM
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