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Wells and conflict of interest code on agenda

Mike Conway

Post Date:11/30/2018

Wells and conflict of interest code on Council agenda

Well work and a conflict of interest code update are on the agenda for the Merced City Council Monday.

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 Mondays of the month, except when there is a holiday, when it meets the following day.

Council will consider a contract for $115,853 for Quad Knopf, Inc., for engineering design services at three municipal well sites. The contract will go towards improvements for three above ground water well sites in the City.

Also on the agenda is a resolution for Council to update the City's Conflict of Interest Code. The Political Reform Act requires City's to amend the Code to add or delete positions that are subject to provisions of the act. For example, the recently created Arts and Culture Advisory Commission was added to the list that must have members submit statements of economic interest.

The Council will hold a special meeting at 3 p.m. in the Council Chambers to hear an appeal on a cannabis business permit.

The Council will meet in closed session at 5:30 p.m. to meet with labor negotiators.

City Council meetings are streamed live on the Internet. A link to the live meeting is 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.


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