The Imperial Beach City Council has a busy schedule for their meeting Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Among topics to be discussed include the Breakwater project, or the 9th and Palm Shopping Center.
The Imperial Beach Redevelopment Agency Successor Agency will seek to approve a with developer Sudberry Properties. The deal was originally inked in December 2011 by the redevelopment agency, but agency was dissolved in February.
This is agenda item 7.1.
The Imperial Beach City Council is the city's redevelopment agency successor agency, planning commission, public financing authority, and housing authority.
A public hearing will be held to consider the California Department of Transportation's proposal to increase the speed limit on a portion of State Route 75 from 40 to 45 mph. The public is invited to comment on the matter. Staff recommends that the city council oppose the speed limit increase. .
This is agenda item 5.1.
The final vote for an amendment of the city's Commercial Zoning plan. . Changes to the city's commercial zoning have been considered by council and city staff for years.
This is agenda item 4.1.
A 12-month plan for economic development in Imperial Beach will be brought to council by staff for review. The work plan is derived from recommendations made last month by a who gave recommendations on how to spur economic growth at a public meeting.
Six-month and 18-month plans were brought to council after a similar meeting last fall. Like the plan presented last year, the 12-month plan lacks funding.
This is agenda item 6.7.
will be presented to city council that envision what Seacoast Drive could look like in the future after the Pier South hotel is built.
This is agenda item 6.6.
The city's comments about a proposed are listed in letters in agenda item 2.4.
City council will receive an update on its to restrict businesses from improperly disposing of Fats, Oils and Grease products.
This is agenda item 6.4.
The Tijuana River Bacteria Source Identification Study will also be presented to council. The study was designed to identify the source of bacteria that flow in the river and where it came from.
Council will provide direction on a proposed alteration of the driveway at the Sports Park and Recreation Center.
This is agenda item 6.2.
An additional $70,000 will be allocated to street improvements that have taken place around town lately.
This is agenda item 6.1.