E-Verify, a retirement community at Rancho Capistrano and the decorum of local elected officials will be among the topics the San Juan Capistrano City Council takes up Tuesday evening.
Under his proposal, named the "San Juan Capistrano Right to Work Act," employers who knowingly hire illegal immigrants could see their business licenses revoked by the city.
Also on Tuesday, the City Council will consider how it might set aside acreage at for public and recreational use. A developer plans to build a 415-unit senior continuing care retirement community on the ranch property, just off the 5 freeway at the north end of town.
The council may consider whether to maintain an agreement it struck in 2009 with the developers, . The agreement gives the city the option to buy 116 of the 150 acres CLC is buying. The purchase price for the 116 acres would be $10 million.
The last item on the night's agenda is to discuss what action the council should take—if any—to observe appropriate decorum. Councilman .
"When such things occur it is incumbent upon the council to take immediate action to ensure it does not continue," said.
To view the agenda in its entirety, visit the city's website. The meeting begins at 6 p.m. in, 32400 Paseo Adelanto.
Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated the acreage the city may choose to buy from Continuing Life Communities under a 2009-option agreement.