City Council Weekly Digest

February 16, 2018 - This week's stories

 • Final Advisory Districting Committee meeting is Feb. 22
 • Routine street and park tree maintenance in progress
 • Belle Haven Neighborhood Library Advisory Committee meets Feb. 27
 • Parenting workshop: Help eliminate the morning chaos


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Feb 17 to Feb 24
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Final Advisory Districting Committee meeting is Feb. 22

The process of determining City districts for the 2018 elections is nearing the end with the last public meeting of the Advisory Districting Committee set for Thursday, February 22, 2018, at 7:15 p.m. at the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center, Oak Room, 700 Alma St. The Committee will review the four remaining semi-final maps and related election sequencing...Click to continue

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Routine street and park tree maintenance in progress

Regularly scheduled tree maintenance is an important component of sustaining a healthy urban forest. The City’s contractor, West Coast Arborists, maintains street trees are on a 5 year cycle. Maintenance includes a visual inspection of each tree, pruning for vehicular and pedestrian clearance, removing large dead wood, addressing structural defects (such as removing rubbing limbs or reducing heavy end weight of overextended branches)...Click to continue

Routine street and park tree maintenance in progress

Belle Haven Neighborhood Library Advisory Committee meets Feb. 27

The Belle Haven Neighborhood Advisory Committee will meet Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. at the Belle Haven branch library. Committee members are tasked with providing input to staff and consultants as the branch portion of the system improvements moves forward. The needs assessment includes public meetings, digital missions and other activities. The Belle Haven needs assessment project is part of the library system improvements project...Click to continue

Belle Haven Neighborhood Library Advisory Committee meets Feb. 27

Parenting workshop: Help eliminate the morning chaos

The Belle Haven Child Development Center is hosting a parenting workshop entitled “Three ways to Kill the Morning Chaos.” There is always chaos in the morning with parents running around, children moving like molasses and never enough time to do it all. This workshop will help busy parents learn how to kill the chaos and reclaim their sanity. The workshop is the first of two that are open to the community...Click to continue

Parenting workshop: Help eliminate the morning chaos

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