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.