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This Week in City Hall: May 13, 2024

A visit to Hunter Hobby Park and an extended discussion on the City's move to "reinitiate, without delay, the complete construction and operation of their portion of the Riverside Transmission Reliability Project" are part of City Council's agenda for the week.

Welcome to our weekly digest on public meetings and agenda items worthy of your attention in the next week. This guide is part of our mission to provide everyday Riversiders like you with the information to speak up on the issues you care about.

City Council

City Councilmembers will be at Hunter Hobby Park for lunch and a tour by the Riverside Live Steamers at noon, before meeting on Tuesday, May 14, in an evening session at 6:15 p.m. (agenda).

The only item up for public discussion is an update on the status of the Riverside Transmission Reliability Project (RTRP) with a request that the Council directs City staff to "request that Southern California Edison reinitiate, without delay, the complete construction and operation of their portion of the Riverside Transmission Reliability Project."

Land Use Committee

The Land Use Committee meets on Monday, May 13, at 3:30 p.m. (agenda) to discuss the status of food truck regulation and enforcement, including a recent regulating change prohibiting food trucks from parking within 50 feet of any driveway.

Board of Public Utilities

The Board of Public Utilities meets on Monday, May 13, at 6:30 p.m. (agenda) to review the Annual Water Supply and Demand Assessment and a multi-year sponsorship agreement with the Chamber of Commerce.

Safety, Wellness, and Youth Committee

The Safety, Wellness, and Youth Committee meets on Wednesday, May 15, at 1:00 p.m. (agenda) to review the renewal of an ambulance services agreement with AMR, currently the provider operating within the City of Riverside.

Cultural Heritage Board

The Cultural Heritage Board meets on Wednesday, May 15, at 3:30 p.m. (agenda) for a workshop on the Fairmount Park Master Plan and to consider a historic designation request for a mid-century modern-style home in Victoria Woods that was designed in 1962 by local architect Clinton Marr for Dr. Donald and Dorothy Corr.

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