Among the items on Orange County’s city council agendas this week, the Irvine City Council will consider requesting more stringent conditions for the relicensing of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, and Yorba Linda is set to decide whether to stop having Brea Police Department patrol its streets.
The question in Irvine is whether to issue a letter to federal regulators expressing concern about the recent radiation leak at San Onofre and asking that the plant find a way to store its spent nuclear fuel off-site before being relicensed.
It also calls for a review of seismic and tsunami risks, as well as security and fuel storage issues, during the plant’s relicensing process.
In Yorba Linda, city leaders will determine Tuesday whether to stick with the Brea Police Department as its law enforcement agency or start negotiations with the Anaheim Police Department or the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
The city says it’s considering the other agencies in order to cut costs.
And Rancho Santa Margarita appears close to appointing a city manager, with a rapid-fire series of meetings over the weekend and on Wednesday. The City Council will be discussing negations over the new city manager’s contract.
Here’s a sample of items on this week’s agendas:
Irvine City Council, Tuesday, April 24, at 4:00 p.m.
- Approval of a letter to federal nuclear regulators expressing concern about San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station and asking that the plant find a way to store its spent nuclear fuel off-site before being relicensed.
- Labor negotiations with Associated Supervisory-Administrative Personnel.
Yorba Linda City Council, Tuesday, April 24, at 5:30 p.m.
- Deciding whether to change its police service provider from the Brea Police Department and to begin negotiations with the Anaheim Police Department or the Orange County Sheriff’s Department.
Newport Beach City Council, Tuesday, April 24, at 7:00 p.m.
- Amending the city’s general plan, coastal land use plan and zoning code to change the use of the future city hall site.
- Existing lawsuit: Arnie Pike, et al. v. City of Newport Beach.
- Tidelands property negotiations for 710 Lido Park Drive, Newport Beach, with Stanley A. Solomon as trustee for the Curci 1999 Dynasty Trust, First American Trust Company as trustee of the Turner Revocable Trust No. 1 and John Curci.
- Tidelands property negotiations for 2101 W. Coast Highway, Newport Beach, with Ardell Investment Co.
- Labor negotiations with all employee associations.
- Performance evaluation of City Manager Dave Kiff.
Villa Park City Council, Tuesday, April 24, at 7:00 p.m.
- Appointment of Assistant City Manager-City Clerk Jarad Hildenbrand as City Manager.
- Discussion of appointment of a new city manager.
Rancho Santa Margarita City Council, Wednesday, April 25, at 7:00 p.m.
- Discussion of appointment of new city manager and terms of the new city manager’s contract.
- Property negotiations with In-N-Out Burger over the northwest corner of Santa Margarita Parkway and the southbound interchange of the 241 Toll Road.