Council meeting available on Facebook Live
Entry signs, Measure V presentation on agenda
The City Council will hear an update on entry signs to the City and a presentation on Measure V at its Monday night meeting.
This is the first regular Council meeting streamed on Facebook Live on the City's Facebook, City of Merced. It's all part of an on-going effort to bring City Hall to the residents.
The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. in the Council Chamber on the second floor of the Merced Civic Center, (City Hall), 678 W. 18th St. The Council meets the first and third Monday of the month, except when there is a holiday, when it meets the following day.
The Council will consider:
- A report on Entry Signs on major signs coming into the City. The sign designs have been reviewed by the Arts and Culture Advisory Commission. Staff will ask Council for direction on the next steps.
- A presentation by the Merced County Association of Governments on Measure V, the transportation tax measure that is helping to fund numerous road, sidewalk and other projects in the City and throughout the county.
- A resolution vacating land in Tuscany East subdivision in South Merced that had been set aside for public facilities and ground water treatment. A public hearing will be held on the matter.
The Council will meet after the regular meeting for a closed session on existing litigation and anticipated litigation.
The meetings are streamed on Facebook Live on the City's Facebook, City of Merced. A link to the live meeting is also on the City's web site at https://cityofmerced.legistar.com/Calendar.aspx. Videos of previous meetings can be found at that link, and are tied to each agenda item. Those services are in addition to the live broadcast of the regular meeting on Comcast's Government Channel 96.
The Council agenda is posted online at www.cityofmerced.org and is available outside the chambers prior to the meeting. Request to Speak forms are available at the meeting or can be downloaded from the City's website. Cards must be turned in to the City Clerk in order for a person to be recognized by the Council. Hmong and Spanish translators are available at all regular Council meetings.