Bring coffee and a Snuggie: It looks like tonight's City Council meeting will be a long one.
The council will .
It will look at a couple of options, including mirroring regulations after the , which makes it a misdemeanour for a registered sex offender to enter county parks and beaches. Those who violate the county law are subject to a $500 fine and/or up to six months in jail.
There's also a proposal to adopt a similar ordinance but with exemptions for those who are at the park for protests or rallies, to vote or to attend a religious service. That proposal also includes options for penalties, such as offering lesser fines to first-time offenders.
Also at tonight's meeting:
- Continuing Life Communities is ready to move again on its proposal to build a senior living residences on Rancho Capistrano. The council is expected to make a decision as to whether it wants to continue with an agreement that would allow it to purchase 116 adjacent acres for $10 million.
- Will hear updates from staffers about the proposal from the Open Space Foundation to in the Northwest Open Space. The one-time planning cost is estimated at $47,060, plus annual maintenance fees of $22,250.
- Caltrans will give the council a time line for all of its construction projects in the San Juan Capistrano for the next three years, and an update on its 5 freeway near the Capistrano Home Center.
- Alfredo Rodriguez will appeal the Planning Commission's decision to deny his application to make improvements to the former St. Vincent de Paul thrift store, where he wants to house a convenience store, Mercado El Rey.
The City Council meets at 6 p.m. at , 32400 Paseo Adelanto. To access the entire agenda, visit the city's website.