Tag: Measure H

Council’s contract amendment concludes Joint Facilities agreement, residents ask City help with school fighting

Council’s contract amendment concludes Joint Facilities agreement, residents ask City help with school fighting

| May 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – A longtime problem that began in the 1970s when Martinez and Pleasant Hill made an agreement to buy computer equipment that was far more expensive in that era is over, the Martinez City Council heard after voting on a legal procedure Wednesday night. On second reading, the Council unanimously amended its contract […]

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Council to receive Measure H annual report, review CalPERS/JFA contract

Council to receive Measure H annual report, review CalPERS/JFA contract

| May 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Martinez City Council will vote tonight whether to amend a contract with the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) to provide for the merger of the Pleasant Hill-Martinez Joint Facilities Agency (JFA.) That agency was formed in the 1970s to make the purchase of computer equipment more efficient. But Pleasant Hill soon […]

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Measure H Oversight Committee hears revenue, spending updates

Measure H Oversight Committee hears revenue, spending updates

| May 12, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – The Martinez Measure H Fund, containing park bond issue revenues, still has some money available even as the number of projects are winding down, City Treasurer Carolyn Robinson and Michael Chandler, deputy director of Administrative Services, told the Measure H Oversight Committee. The Committee, which met Wednesday, learned that the audited remaining […]

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Council approves funding for Waterfront Park concession stand improvements

Council approves funding for Waterfront Park concession stand improvements

MARTINEZ, Calif. – Agreeing Wednesday that the Waterfront Park’s concession stand needs to be repaired, Martinez City Council unanimously approved spending $65,000 form unassigned reserves for the work. Repairing the concession stand, estimated at $45,000, wasn’t included in the recently-completed $8 million improvement of Waterfront Park, said Michael Chandler, deputy director of Administrative Services. But […]

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Cannabis ordinance proceeds despite splitting Council

Cannabis ordinance proceeds despite splitting Council

| March 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

MARTINEZ, Calif. – A divided Martinez City Council introduced a commercial cannabis ordinance Wednesday and urged its counsel to find a way to let Firefly, the only company with an active application, keep its place in line. If approved on second reading at a future meeting, the ordinance would allow two retail or dispensary operations; […]

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Recruitment for Measure H (Bond) Oversight Committee and Measure X Oversight Committee

| February 24, 2019 | 0 Comments

The City of Martinez is now accepting Citizen Interest applications for its Measure H (Bond) Oversight Committee, and its Measure X (General Tax) Oversight Committee: Measure H (Bond) Oversight Committee: The Committee shall consist of the City Treasurer and six (6) members, as follows: • Two (2) members active in a youth sports group within […]

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PRMCC meets on Measure H park improvement

| June 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

The Park, Recreation, Marina and Culture Commission Park Subcommittee will meet Tuesday to discuss the 2018-19 Measure H Park Improvement Project, a continuation of conversations started Saturday during its May 17 workshop. The meeting will start at noon Tuesday in the First Floor Conference Room of Martinez City Hall, 525 Henrietta St.

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