Lindsay City Council to hear economical and developmental plans.
The Lindsay city council will consider a bevy of business items on Tuesday.
An approval request of the 2010 to 2011 audited financial statements for the city, an extension on a transportation agreement with the county of Tulare for fiscal year 2012 to 2013, a consideration of revoking a site plan review for Diaz Tire and a study session on a Dollar General site plan proposal are some of the items slated for this week’s meeting.
The transportation agreement provides Dial-A-Ride services for residents inside the city limits. The cost this year is being calculated at $ $82,159 which is a $5,548 dollar decrease from last year. Dial-A-Ride riders totaled 7,376 riders last year with over 4,500 general riders. The funding will be provided by the city’s share of the state’s California Transit Assistance Fund and the local transportation fund.
Diaz Tire, according to a staff report has not met many conditions of their site plan or Lindsay development standards. Faults with the business include tire work being performed outside which was not allowed, used tires, which were to be removed from the site and were not to be in view of the public, being stacked haphazardly and an area for trash enclosure which was approved but was never built.
The Lindsay City Council is scheduled to meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 251 E. Honolulu St., Lindsay.