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Speed Feedback Signs: Sept. 12 Council Agenda Summary

Check in here to see what's going on at this week's Santee City Council meeting.

Below is a summary of what is due to occur at this week's Council meeting. Santee Patch regularly livestreams video of Council meetings and reports on important happenings, so check back for the lowdown on the meeting.

The next  begins Wed., Sept. 12, 2012 at 7 pm:

Proclamations

• The city is honoring on their for all the years of service to Santee. 

• September 2012 is National Preparedness Month- the council will remind the public to be extra aware of emergency preparedness this month.

Presentation

• The council will acknowledge the winners of this year's Jack Dale Cup, the annual varsity football game between Santee's two high schools. this year 47-14.

Consent Items

• Council will vote on a resolution acknowledging the Walker Family Legacy. The family recently agreed to in Santee which will be used to create public trails as part of the .

• The Council will vote on a Speed Feedback Sign Project at a total cost of $90,750, with federal grant funds covering most of the cost. These are the signs you see on the side of the road when you're driving that tell you how fast you are traveling. The plans are for two feedback signs on Mast Boulevard, near Halberns and Cuyamaca intersections. Four on Magnolia, by the Woodside Avenue intersection, SR-67 onramp, and two facing opposite directions near the .

Public Hearings

Public Hearing for a Conditional Use Permit to allow truck rental, slated to open at 7753 Mission Gorge Road. Council delayed this issue until this meeting after of the permit due to the multiple uses intended for the site, and fears that the site will appear cluttered, in an August meeting. After updates to the business plan, they will hear the issue again.

Correction: The meeting date is Sept. 12, not Sept. 22 as this story previously reported.

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