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File #: 21-0336    Version: 1
Type: Gen. Bus. - Staff Report Status: Agenda Ready
In control: City Council Regular Meeting
On agenda: 11/2/2021 Final action:
Title: Update on the Continued Placement of Temporary Encroachment Areas (Outdoor Dining Areas) in the Public Right-of-Way (COVID-19 Purposes) during the Holiday Fireworks Event (Community Development Director Tai and Parks and Recreation Director Leyman). RECEIVE AND FILE
TO:
Honorable Mayor and Members of the City Council

THROUGH:
Bruce Moe, City Manager

FROM:
Carrie Tai, AICP, Community Development Director
Mark Leyman, Parks and Recreation Director

SUBJECT:Title
Update on the Continued Placement of Temporary Encroachment Areas (Outdoor Dining Areas) in the Public Right-of-Way (COVID-19 Purposes) during the Holiday Fireworks Event (Community Development Director Tai and Parks and Recreation Director Leyman).
RECEIVE AND FILE
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Recommended Action
RECOMMENDATION:
Receive an update on the continued placement of temporary encroachment areas in the public right-of-way (COVID-19 Purposes) during the Holiday Fireworks Event.

FISCAL IMPLICATIONS:
There are no fiscal implications associated with receiving this update. However, there are likely added costs associated with the modified operations plan to accommodate the temporary encroachment areas during the Holiday Fireworks Event. The City Council approved a 100% fee waiver for City services, with direction that any increase in costs exceeding 10% over prior years would need to be reviewed by the City Council. At this time, staff is in the process of determining costs.

BACKGROUND:
During the October 5, 2021, City Council agenda item to consider the reduction of temporary encroachment areas by November 1, staff indicated that the previous configuration of the Holiday Fireworks Event necessitated removal of those areas to accommodate spectators and public safety. At that time, the City staff Special Events Committee had met internally on the pending Fireworks Event and not yet engaged the event organizer and other stakeholders. The City Council requested that staff return with a verbal update on October 19 and a more detailed update on November 2 on the potential effects of temporary encroachment areas on the Holiday Fireworks Event after conducting additional coordination.

DISCUSSION:
The Holiday Fireworks Event...

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