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Laguna Beach to receive updates on COVID-19, consider wastewater financing options at special meeting

City Council was previously set to decide on possible financing options for a wastewater system capital improvement program, but the item was continued to Tuesday.
City Council was previously set to decide on possible financing options for a wastewater system capital improvement program, but the item was continued to Tuesday.
(Don Leach / Staff Photographer)

The Laguna Beach City Council announced Thursday it would be holding a special meeting Tuesday at the request of Councilwoman Toni Iseman, who asked for an additional meeting between the council’s last one and the next meeting scheduled for May 12 due to ongoing changes as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

The meeting will include a continuation of discussion on the possible sewer user charge increases to finance a wastewater system capital improvement program. The proposal was tabled to provide more time for city staff to verify figures included in the prepared staff report.

Also for Tuesday, the City Council will be receiving an update on expected activity in the city this weekend as a result of warmer weather and provide direction to staff if changes should be made to current city-wide closures of beaches, their adjacent parks and trailheads.

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