Santa Ana City Council will meet behind closed doors this week to discuss its still unfilled city manager and city attorney positions.

Huntington Beach City Council is scheduled to consider a request from Newport Beach for a three-year contract for helicopter services. The contract could generate up $700,000 per year in general-fund revenue, according to a city staff report.

San Juan Capistrano City Council considers becoming the latest city to ban sex offenders from parks. Several Orange County cities have enacted such ordinances after the county recently banned sex offenders from county parks.

Here’s a summary of this week’s public meeting action:

Santa Ana City Council, Monday, Aug. 15

Santa City Council will be meeting only in closed session. Here are the items council members are scheduled to consider:

  • Possible settlement of a lawsuit against the city filed by Chris Esser.
  • Negotiations with labor groups, including executive management and police and firefighters.
  • Appointing a new city manager and city attorney.
  • Evaluating the performance of the city clerk.

Huntington Beach City Council, Monday, Aug. 15

  • A study session to review the city’s capital improvement and general budget for fiscal year 2011-12.

Closed session:

  • Conference with labor negotiators to discuss negotiations with all labor groups.
  • Discussing a lawsuit filed by T-Mobile over installation of cell phone antennas at Habour View Park and Bolsa View Park.

Anaheim City Council, Tuesday, Aug. 16

Closed session:

  • Initiating litigation involving Hacienda Inn & Suites, Portofino Inn & Suites and Courtyard Anaheim.

Mission Viejo City Council, Monday, Aug. 15

Closed session:

  • Evaluation of the city manager.

Yorba Linda City Council, Tuesday, Aug. 16

  • A resolution granting a two-year extension of design review approvals and conditional use permits granted in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2011.
  • Considering an appeal of a Planning Commission denial of a condition use permit for Kerrigan Ranch Manor House H.O.A.
  • Discussing the city’s share of mileage costs for Brea police officers driving their vehicles home.

San Juan Capistrano City Council, Tuesday, Aug. 16


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