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Calendar >  City Council Agenda For Tuesday, May 10th

City Council Agenda For Tuesday, May 10th

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City Council meeting tonight at 5:30 at 200 Civic Center Drive, Vista, California. As always, it is a full agenda. A few items of action are listed here. The link to the full agenda is at the bottom of this page.

‎Innovate 78 Economic Development Initiative MOU & Agreement

‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎The 78 Corridor Cities of Carlsbad, Escondido, Oceanside, San Marcos and Vista have partnered with the San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation (EDC) to provide staffing services to assist in strategy development and implementation of the regional economic development plan. Through the agreement, each city contributed equal funding to support a full -time position at EDC, focused on Innovate78 activities and programming.

FULL ITEM>>>>>> http://records.cityofvista.com/weblink8/0/doc/1411690/Page1.aspx

Discuss the City’s public noticing procedures.

Councilmember Franklin requested the City Manager place a discussion item on an upcoming City Council meeting agenda to discuss the City’s public noticing procedure. Section 18.04.060 of the Vista Development Code (Exhibit specifies the City’s procedures, which include mailing any public notice to the residents, businesses and property owners all properties within 500 feet of the subject project 10 days prior to the hearing.

FULL ITEM>>>>> http://records.cityofvista.com/weblink8/0/doc/1411963/Page1.aspx

FY 2015-16 3rd Quarter Financial Report and Prop L History

General Fund operating revenues and expenditures are within budgetary expectations as of March 31, 2016.

As of March 31, the City has received 65.57 percent of the General Fund Total Resources (revenues plus other financing sources) projected for the fiscal year. Revenues are below the 75 percent mark at this point in the fiscal year. This is common for the third quarter and consistent with prior quarters, as sales tax has a two -month timing lag.

In November 2006, the voters approved Prop L, which established a general half -cent “transaction and use tax “. Prop L went into effect for 30 years on April 1, 2007, and is set to expire on March 31, 2037.

Current results of Prop L to be discussed.

FULL ITEM >>>>>>   http://records.cityofvista.com/weblink8/0/doc/1412757/Page1.aspx




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