TWENTYNINE PALMS CITY COUNCIL MEETS, PUBLIC HEARING ON ACCESSORY STRUCTURES SET

TWENTYNINE PALMS CITY COUNCIL MEETS, PUBLIC HEARING ON ACCESSORY STRUCTURES SET

The Twentynine Palms City Council meets in a busy regular session tonight. Reporter Dan Stork says among items of interest is a public hearing on accessory structures, regional assignments, and paving projects…
The January 10th meeting of the Twentynine Palms City Council starts at 5 p.m. with a closed session to consider two potential cases of litigation. A public hearing will once again take up the matter of a code amendment related to accessory structures. Then the Council will consider whether the city wishes to serve as a successor agency and successor housing agency to the Redevelopment Agency. The council will also be asked to guide the staff concerning design elements for sidewalk and trail from Highway 62 to Joshua Tree National Park Headquarters, along National Park Drive. Council finishes off the night with assignment of its members to various regional organizations. The consent agenda includes awarding of a $541,000 contract for paving improvements to Hillside Avenue, Sunnyvale Drive and Sun Valley Drive, and acceptance of a half-million dollars worth of work on the “Safe Routes to School” project affecting portions of El Paseo Drive, Mesquite Springs Road, Split Rock Avenue, and Baseline Road. The meeting takes place in council chambers in City Hall on Adobe Road.

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