Topping this week’s public meeting agendas is the Orange County Board of Supervisors’ consideration of aircraft rescue firefighting services at John Wayne Airport.

The board is set to consider three options offered by the Orange County Fire Authority for the services. The county’s current agreement with the fire authority expires Nov. 30, according to a staff report. Services include responding to aircraft emergency incidents and fuel spills and making fire prevention inspections.

Also, the Irvine City Council is scheduled to review its agreement with Occupy Orange County protesters for camping overnight at the city’s Civic Center. The agreement expires Wednesday, according to a city staff report.

Here is a rundown of those items and more:

Orange County Board of Supervisors, Tuesday, Nov. 22

Closed Session

  • Initiation of litigation involving one case and anticipated litigation involving one case.

Irvine City Council, Tuesday, Nov. 22

Closed Session

  • Evaluation of City Manager Sean Joyce.
  • Possible litigation regarding expansion of the Musick Facility, Orange County’s 100-acre minimum-security jail.

Huntington Beach City Council, Monday, Nov. 21

Closed Session

  • Labor negotiations.
  • Evaluation of City Manager Fred Wilson.
  • Nine potential lawsuits.
  • The following lawsuits: Leticia Sanchez v. Huntington Beach; Huntington Beach v. Lee et al.; Roberts et al. v. Huntington Beach; and Greg Reese v. Huntington Beach.

Newport Beach City Council, Tuesday, Nov. 22

Closed Session

  • Labor negotiations.
  • Banning Ranch Conservancy v. Newport Beach.
  • Arnie Pike, et al. v. Newport Beach.
  • Anticipated litigation involving one matter.
  • Labor negotiations.

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