Monitor the progress of street improvement projects funded by the 2022 charter amendment (Prop 411) and the 2017 charter amendment (Prop 101); and adherence to the Truth in Taxation ordinance adopted in conjunction with the corresponding charter amendment. Ensure that the purposes for which the 2017 and 2022 charter amendments (with respect to street improvements) were approved are carried out and the revenues dedicated for street improvements under Prop 411 and the HURF/General Fund Collector Streets programs are separately accounted for. Exempt from 10A-134(c)
Parks and Recreation Administration Office Mesquite Room, 900 S. Randolph Way
Meets as required.
|Mr. Jon Aitken||Member||Ward 4|
|Mr. Bruce Burke||Member||City Manager|
|Mr. Dale Calvert||Chairperson||City Manager|
|Ms. Cynthia Harper-Ayala||Member||City Manager|
|E. Liane Hernandez||Vice Chairperson||City Manager|
|Mr. Ian Johnson||Member||Ward 3|
|Jesse Lugo||Member||Ward 5|
|Colin Oglesbee||Member||Ward 2|
|Paul Smith||Member||Ward 6|
|Elizabeth Soltero||Member||Ward 1|
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