At their 7 p.m. meeting on Monday evening, the City Council will hold public hearings and consider the following:
- Formed in 1999, the Baypoint Lagoon Assessment District was formed to remove nonnative plants in the Baypoint (Spinnaker) Lagoon. With landscaping needs now at a minimal level, funds will be directed towards improvements to the Cayes Storm Water Pump Station and assessing what can be done to control odors and algae growth. This is a routine matter and no assessment increase is proposed. Read the staff report.
- The Point San Pedro Road Median Landscaping Assessment District pay for the maintenance costs for 29 median islands constructed in 2013. This is a routine matter and no assessment increase is proposed. Read the staff report and the engineers report.
- To shift public access around the Harbormaster building and to continue the Boardwalk, a public access easement needs to be adjusted in the Village at Loch Lomond Marina. Read the staff report.