The San Marino City Counncil will meet Wednesday to consider options in regards to the Stoneman Recreation master plan, applying for a county Metropolitan Transportation Authority grant and revising permit fees for furute solar panel installations.
City staff will ask council to discuss it's preference between three options in regards to the Stoneman recreation center, the first being staff moving forward with plans to develop the Stoneman School site as a complete community center, the second being a phased community center and the third would call for no community center at all, with basic improvements to the site being made on an as-needed basis.
As well, the MTA recently distributed a call for projects. The council will consider applying for a grant to make improvements to the intersection of Sierra Madre and Huntington to "improve traffic flow, enhance pedestrian safety and create a sense of place and a city centre concept for the city," according to the meeting agenda.
In addition, the council will consider reducing permit fees in regards to solar energy panel installation. A state law has limited the amount that can be collected and the city's current fees are above the newly legislated limit.
The meeting will take place at 6 p.m., with a public hearing at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall, 2200 Huntington Drive.
To read the complete agenda, visit the City of San Marino website.