Measure N Citizen’s Oversight Board
Dec 28 2016 - 4:00pm

MEASURE "N"

CITY OF GRASS VALLEY CITIZENS

OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE

 

NOTICE OF MEETING

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE GRASS VALLEY CITIZENS OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE WILL HOLD A MEETING AT

 

 

TIME 4:00 P. M., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2016

 

IN THE HULLENDER ROOM OF

GRASS VALLEY CITY HALL (LOWER LEVEL)

125 EAST MAIN STREET, GRASS VALLEY, CALIFORNIA

 

For information contact the Grass Valley City Clerk Telephone: (530) 274-4310 – Fax: (530) 274-4399. The Citizens Oversight Committee welcomes you to its meeting. Your interest is encouraged and appreciated.  Agenda materials are available at City Hall.  Staff reports and background information related to agenda items are available at City of Grass Valley City Hall, 125 East Main Street, Grass Valley, CA 95949. Materials related to an item on this agenda submitted to the Committee after distribution of the agenda packet are available for public inspection in the City Clerk’s Office, 125 East Main Street, Grass Valley, CA 95945, during normal business hours.

 

AGENDA

 

A.        CALL TO ORDER:

            PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:

           B.        PUBLIC COMMENT - There is a time limitation of three minutes per person.  For any items that are not on the agenda and within the jurisdiction or interest of the Committee, please be recognized by the Chair to speak.  If you wish to speak regarding a scheduled agenda item, the Chair will allow comments when the item number and subject matter are announced. When recognized, please begin by providing your name and address for the record (optional).  Anyone wishing to submit written information at the meeting needs to furnish ten (10) copies to the City Clerk in advance to allow for distribution to Committee, staff and the media.

C.        ADMINISTRATIVE

1.         Opticom System

            The City has recently been presented with a unique opportunity to replace/upgrade our traffic preemption system commonly known as Opticom. The Opticom system allows lights green for approaching emergency equipment. Chief Buttron will explain the operation of the current system, the operation of the upgrade, and answer any questions.

2.         Police Department Generator Financial Discussion

            The Police Department has currently budgeted $25,000 to replace the Police Department Emergency Generator but early quotes are coming in $10,000 to $15,000 higher. Chief Gammelgard will review the early quotes with the Committee and answer questions regarding this item

E.        ADJOURN

 

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