Friday, February 03, 2012

Costa Mesa Meeting Schedule For February

MEETINGS FOR FEBRUARY
It took some arm-wrestling this week, but the City of Costa Mesa finally got ALL the meetings scheduled for the remainder of the month posted on the web site. Here's the list just as it appears:




COUNCIL MEETING TUESDAY

I'll write more about the February 7th council meeting in a separate post over the weekend.

IN THIS CORNER...

On the 9th you'll note the TeWinkle Sports Complex Task Force is meeting in the Emergency Operations Center at the Police He
adquarters. I'm eager to attend that one and see just what's happening with that VERY controversial plan. Rumor has it that there is bad blood between some members and the vendor selected to provide input.

ANOTHER SHOT AT RIGHEIMER'S CHARTER

On Monday, the 13th the council will hold the second and FINAL public hearing on Jim Righeimer's Charter scheme. At that time it is assumed that the final version of the Charter will be drafted. The final vote will be taken at the council meeting on March 6th.

HOMELESS TASK FORCE AND BUDGET REVIEW

Rounding out the month will be a special study session
at which, if previous notes about the agenda hold up, the council will finally receive the report from the Costa Mesa Homeless Task Force. This meeting will also include the Mid-year Budget Review, which should provide plenty of good information.

BUSY, BUSY, BUSY
So, plan your schedule for the month... it's going to be a busy one again.

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MY PICK FOR SUNDAY...
Oh, yes.... in case you're not going to watch the taped replay of the last Study Session Sunday afternoon and will watch that "little" football game instead.... Giants 31, Patriots 24. (Eat your heart out, Jimmy Fitzy!)

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6 Comments:

Anonymous Homer said...

Tewinkle Park, another park were the city dump thousands into it. Just like Luke Davis field, why are we spending money on fields that don't need it?

2/04/2012 04:59:00 PM  
Anonymous Mike M said...

Homer - ironic that someone with a baseball name would say 'fields we don't need' (paraphrasing there). Tell that to all the kids that play youth sports around here. I suppose instead of playing sports they could just loiter in front of your house on their skateboards. How's that sound?

2/05/2012 09:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Mike M said...

More importantly, though, and I'm guessing we might be on the same page on this one, why is the city spending so much on legal fees defending their outsourcing scheme, and pushing a bogus charter on the uninformed? Those are much bigger issues, I would think.

2/05/2012 09:34:00 AM  
Anonymous woopee said...

..because now the transients can play baseball at night so they won't sleep in the park. PROBLEM SOLVED!

2/05/2012 11:54:00 AM  
Anonymous Homer said...

Mike M
My point is the city has money for those fields that don't need it. I'm all about kids having fields to play on. In fact, if it wasn't for the N.M.U.S.D. our kids would be hurting for playing fields. Last time I checked, those two facilities geared towards adult sport activities, not youth. Heck, it took the city over 20 years to get one skate park.

2/05/2012 12:35:00 PM  
Anonymous Mike M said...

Fair enough...

2/06/2012 08:10:00 AM  

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