Council Will Convene Election Night

Short agenda for the regularly scheduled Tuesday meeting that coincides with Election Day.

The agenda for the meeting of the Lake Forest City Council on Election Day is a short one.

On the presentation schedule is a report from Jens Personius, student liasion from El Toro High School, and an overview of the status of the city's investments.

Next, the council will vote on a 10-item consent calender, a list of topics typically voted on in one fell swoop without discussion.

Among those items: 

  • An upgrade of city software from Microsoft 2003 to Microsoft 2010 with a $33,168 purchase of 125 Microsoft Office 2010 licenses. Read more here.
  • A resolution to seek M2 grant money from OCTA in cooperation with Mission Viejo and Irvine for signal synchronization along the shared corridors of Trabuco Road/Irvine Boulevard, Alton Parkway, Jeronimo Road, Bake Parkway, and Muirlands Boulevard. Read more here.
  • An reimbursement agreement with Irvine Ranch Water District that would allow the city to purse modifications to utility facilities within the public right-of-way without negotiating each new project. Read more here.

No actions items are listed, so the council is not scheduled to make any significant votes.

The council meeting begins 7 p.m. Tuesday in City Hall, 25550 Commercentre Dr.


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