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Ripon council talks about train station
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The Ripon Multi-Modal Station will again be the regional transportation project for the City of Ripon for the upcoming San Joaquin One Voice Advocacy trip to Washington, D.C.
Tonight, the Ripon City Council is scheduled to discuss the railway station project along with the local project – in this case, the South San Joaquin Irrigation District’s surface water. The Altamont Corridor Express is working on extending service south into Ceres with stops in downtown Manteca, Ripon, Modesto, and Ceres.
Elected leaders will also consider designating one of their won as a representative for SJ One Voice, which is the effort coordinated by the San Joaquin Council of Governments.
In addition, Stephanie Hobbs from the Ripon Community Athletic Foundation will seek endorsement from the Council on the RCAF stadium project at Ripon High for the One Voice trip.
This monthly meeting will take place in the Council Chambers, 259 N. Wilma Ave., beginning with the 6 p.m.
In other agenda items:
uCouncil members will look to OK the funding recommendation for the Stockton Avenue Rehabilitation Project, in particular, proceeding with the environmental and design phases of the project.
uCouncil is scheduled to approve SJC Office of Emergency Services’ Cooperative Agreement involving the SJC Emergency Management Organizations and the Incident Command Systems.
uA public hearing will take place prior to elected leaders approving the 2015 Ripon Urban Water Management Plan Update as prepared by Provost & Pritchard Consulting Group.
uThey’ll look to accept the work completed by A.M. Stephens Construction Project on the Stockton Avenue Parking Lot Project.
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