The Lompoc City Council will consider adopting an amendment to the compensation plan for employees of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers as well as the compensation plan for city staff in management and supervisory roles at its meeting in 6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5 at City Salle.
Members of the public are invited to attend in person or virtually.
Other items on the agenda include passing a resolution that will approve and authorize the City Manager or designate to sign the Western Allotments Administration Agreement with the Northern California Power Agency; and making appointments to the city’s youth commission.
The council is also expected to discuss a resolution that would allow the mayor to sign a memorandum with Santa Barbara County and the cities of Buellton, Carpinteria, Goleta, Santa Barbara and Solvang to share the cost of developing and implementing the the Santa Barbara County Regional Food Recovery Plan SB 1383. The City’s financial contribution is set at $11,274.56.
SB 1383 aims to reduce the amount of methane produced by the breakdown of organic waste in landfills and requires local jurisdictions to reduce the amount of organic waste dumped by 75% from their 2014 levels. statewide is 2025.
New business to be addressed includes: establishment of a capital improvement program budget workshop; adoption of a resolution authorizing additional funding of $983,288 for the project to repair the roof of the Aquatic Centre, pool heaters and replace the dehumidification system; and the adoption of a resolution authorizing the funding of $2.5 million for the replacement project of the municipal radio network.
Those unable to attend in person may submit a comment during oral communications or on a specific agenda item by calling 805-875-8201 before the close of public comment on the agenda item. . Three minutes are allocated for each comment.
Instead of calling, virtual attendees can submit comments by email to [email protected] no later than 4 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5.