The West Hollywood City Council holds a rare Tuesday night meeting due to the Labor Day holiday falling on the regular first-Monday-of-the-month meeting night.
The Council’s agenda is light, at least compared to the giant agendas it has tackled in recent months.
The El Mirador apartment building is back on the agenda, the Council finalizing its decision at the . If approved the development agreement waives approximately $940,000 in developer extraction fees.
Another item on the agenda is the installation of security cameras in Plummer Park due to the increase in crime in the park. Although the Sheriff’s department has increased patrols of the park, the staff report suggests that cameras in the park will add to the sense of security for residents.
The Council will also consider an ordinance requiring candidates in local municipal elections to submit all campaign literature to the City Clerk who would then post that literature on the city’s website within two business days. If approved, the ordinance would take effect in time for the March 2013 election and would also cover independent committees sending out literature regarding candidates.
The City Council meeting starts at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chamber in the