Dana Point City Council’s Tuesday, Nov. 15 agenda has multiple items to discuss and vote on, including the referendum regarding short-term rentals.
The items below are listed under Consent Calendar and may be discussed if the item is pulled for further discussion.
- Regular meeting minutes, Nov. 1, 2016
- Youth board meeting minutes, Oct. 20, 2016
- Meeting calendar/community special events calendar
- Claims and demands
- Resolution of the City Council authorizing the approval of Measure M (M2) Expenditure report for fiscal year 2015-2016
- Doheny Village plan update
- Disposition of non-essential city records
- Monthly financial activity report, August 2016
- Pines Park arborist report
- There is a public hearing for the second reading and adoptions of the California Codes of regulations title 24 parts 1-12. To read the the ordinance, click here.
- Dana Point Tourism Business Improvement District annual report and renewal for 2017
- Historic Preservation Agreement (Mills Act) for the property located at 34283 Via Lopez
- Ratify the original agreement and approve a contract amendment with Tom Bistline, Inc. for additional as-needed reimbursable public works development water quality inspection services
- Adoption of memorandum of understanding (MOU) between the city of Dana Point Employees Association (DPEA)
- Letter in support to H.R. 6070, Safe Recovery and Community Empowerment Act
- Approval of both a cooperative agreement C-6-1478 with the Orange County Transportation Authority for 2016 Project “V” Community-based transit/circulators grant funds and a contract amendment with Professional Parking, Inc. for additional trolley-shuttle services
- Qualification of referendum petitions on ordinance number 16-06 and ordinance number 16-07 allowing short-term rentals; discussion and/or action pursuant to elections code 9241.
Regarding the short-term rental referendum, city staff are recommending that Council accept the report from the Registrar of Voters, and take one of two actions: Reconsider and repeal the ordinances, submit the ordinances to the voters at the next regular municipal election on June 5, 2018 or submit the ordinances to the voters at a special municipal election prior to June 5, 2018 and adopt a resolution calling the special election.
The meeting will begin on Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. in Dana Point City Hall in Council Chambers.
To view the agenda, click here.