At Tuesday’s 7 p.m. meeting, Berkeley City Council will be addressing a number of topics, namely the controversial issue of adopting a resolution that would find the Perfect Plants Patient’s Group to be a public nuisance.
During its last Tuesday meeting, the council voted unanimously for city staff to draft a resolution finding a local medical cannabis operation a public nuisance after holding a public hearing. The collective has been found in violation of several Berkeley zoning ordinances by the Zoning Adjustments Board.
Following the passing of Measure R — which allows for the amendment of the existing city charter to eliminate the 1986 district boundary lines and to use major traffic arteries, natural geography and communities of interest as boundaries instead — the City Council will also discuss setting a timeline for procedures to begin the redistricting process.
Other discussion items include contract amendments to the CalPERS retirement plan and updates for the five-year street-paving plan.
Read the full annotated agenda below:
Daphne Chen covers city government. Contact her at [email protected]
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