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Ripon council examines unmet city transit needs
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A public hearing is scheduled at today’s Ripon City Council meeting to possibly discuss the unmet transit needs within the City of Ripon.

Anthony Zepeda of the San Joaquin Council of Government’s Associated Regional Planner is scheduled to be on hand at the 7 p.m. open session, according to the notice, “for the purpose of hearing and receiving evidence both oral and documentary In support of or in opposition.”

Furthermore, the hearing is an opportunity for all interested parties to appear and be heard by the council on matters regarding the local transit needs in the Council Chambers.

In other agenda items, elected leaders will:

•    Accept the donation from Mona and Michael Restuccia on the $2,500 granite monument sign for the Ripon Animal Services building.

•    Consider the developer fee amendment for the San Joaquin County Multi-Species Habitat Conversation and Open Space plan. The proposed fee schedule is based on a financial analysis model adopted by the San Joaquin Council of Government board in late 2006,

•    Discuss and possibly approve the recommended fees for animal boarding and AVID micro-chips to cover the increased cost for these services.

•    Approve the agreement to be followed as policy on when it is necessary to auction surplus property.

For more information, call Ripon City Hall at 209-599-2108 or log on