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File #: 22-937    Version: 1
Type: Report Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 11/3/2022 In control: REGULAR CITY COUNCIL AND SUCCESSOR AGENCY TO THE REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY, AND HOUSING AUTHORITY*
On agenda: 11/15/2022 Final action:
Title: APPROVAL OF MAYOR'S APPOINTMENT TO THE ORANGE COUNTY VECTOR CONTROL DISTRICT
Attachments: 1. Agenda Report
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APPROVAL OF MAYOR’S APPOINTMENT TO THE ORANGE COUNTY VECTOR CONTROL DISTRICT   

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DEPARTMENT:                                                               CITY MANAGER’S OFFICE/CITY CLERK DIVISION

PRESENTED BY:                                                                BRENDA GREEN, CITY CLERK                       

CONTACT INFORMATION:                     BRENDA GREEN, CITY CLERK, 714-754-5221

 

RECOMMENDATION:

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Staff recommends the City Council approve Mr. Bill Turpit as the Mayor’s appointment to the Orange County Vector Control District (OCVCD).

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BACKGROUND:

The City Council is represented on a number of committees, boards and agencies throughout the County.  In most cases, the Mayor has the authority to appoint the Council representative.  However, the by-laws of the Vector Control District require formal Council approval of the Mayor’s appointment.  The Vector Control appointment can be a resident of Costa Mesa that is registered to vote.

ANALYSIS:

The Mayor has put forth the following Council appointment:

AGENCY                                                               APPOINTEE                                                               ALTERNATE

OCVCD                                                               Mr. Bill Turpit                                           No Alternate Required

ALTERNATIVES:

City Council may choose to not make an appointment, and therefore have no Costa Mesa representation at the Orange County Vector Control District (OCVCD) meeting.

 

FISCAL REVIEW:

There is no fiscal impact.

LEGAL REVIEW:

The City Attorney’s Office has reviewed this report and has approved it as to form.

 

CITY COUNCIL GOALS AND PRIORITIES:

This item is administrative in nature.

CONCLUSION:

Staff recommends the City Council approve Mr. Bill Turpit as the Mayor’s appointment to the Orange County Vector Control District (OCVCD).