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Council to set guidelines for Measure HH Oversite Committee

The City Council on Tuesday will hold a study session prior to its regular meeting to establish the responsibilities of the Measure HH Oversight Committee, which will be charged with the review of Measure HH Essential City Services tax revenue and expenditures.

Measure HH, a 1 percent sales tax increase, was approved by city voters in the Nov. 8 general election.

The study session, which is open to the public, is set for 4:30 p.m. in the council chambers prior to the 6 p.m. regular meeting.

During the same study session, the council will also be asked to approve the final wording on a VFW memorial plaque, originally approved in 2004, and its placement at the city’s current Veterans Memorial next to the library.

When the council reconvenes for its regular 6 p.m. meeting, it will hold a public hearing on several proposed energy efficiency measures. The proposed measures include: construction of solar installations at various city-owned locations; an agreement with Southern California Edison for street light upgrades; the commissioning of heating and air conditioning upgrades at city facilities; and additional energy efficiency measures for other city buildings, including the installation of a new air conditioning system for the Recreation Center gymnasium.

The council will also vote to authorize notification to residents of a monthly 27-cent residential rate trash pickup increase proposed by Rainbow Environmental Services.

If approved by the council, a "Notice of Public Protest Hearing Regarding Proposed Residential Trash Collection Rate Increase” will be distributed to residents. The public hearing is scheduled for the council’s March 7 meeting.

The council meets at City Hall, 10200 Slater Avenue. More information: (714) 593-4410.

View the council agenda online at


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