Mid-Cape CRA among Cape City Council discussion items
A light agenda awaits City Council consideration at its next meeting on Monday at City Hall.
The top topic centers on the regional water management issues in the Caloosahatchee Watershed with Sanibel Mayor Kevin Ruane discussing a White Paper document on the storage and treatment progress summarized on Oct. 22.
Council is being asked to approve its meeting schedule for 2015 as well as appointing a Mayor Pro Tem, a position currently held by council member Rana Erbrick.
Council also will appoint member liaisons to serve terms on city and county boards, commissions and committees.
According to a city memo, staff and Real Estate Research Consultants is requesting council to discuss a redevelopment plan for the potential Mid-Cape CRA District to provide direction and desired course of action for the impacted neighborhood.
Council will hold final public hearings on two housekeeping ordinances.
The first increases the Fiscal Year 2014 Operating Budget, revenues, expenditures and capital budget, and the second seeks a partial release of the permanent public utility and drainage easements on property in the 4300 block of Southwest 10th Avenue.