The first Lake Forest City Council meeting that will be taped and posted online for public viewing has a shorter-than-usual agenda, with only one public hearing and no discussion items.
Tuesday evening the council will convene at for the month's first scheduled meeting.
On the docket is a honoring the volunteers, sponsors and top entries from the July 4th parade.
Set for a vote are a handful of items on the consent calendar—topics generally voted on in one fell swoop without council discussion.
Among the consent items is an agreement with AmeriNational for escrow and loan management services for the city's housing rehabilitation loan program. The agreement will extend the company's tenure with the city—its initial contract with Lake Forest began in 2007—by three years, with the potential for two, one-year extensions.
The evening's sole public hearing is an annual review of the properties involved in the city's Opportunities Study Area, once under the flight path of the now-shuttered El Toro Marine air base but later rezoned for residential use.
Five "new neighborhoods," as the city has dubbed them, are now either under development or working their way through the development process.
Recently, the community planned for Portola Hills has come under fire from residents who and worsen traffic conditions.
Members of the public are invited to share their thoughts on the developments with the council during the Tuesday hearing.
The council is also scheduled to review some state legislation it has been tracking, including several bills concerning the .
The meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Tuesday in City Hall, 25550 Commercentre Dr.
and posted online Wednesday. Subsequent meetings will be streamed live on the city's website under the Current Agendas tab.