The City Manager's Weekly Report is a regular news briefing that is provided to the citizens of Galt. The Weekly Report includes important City news, updates on key initiatives and projects, and how the City is delivering services and responding to any concerns from our community.
Jason Behrmann, City Manager
WEEKLY REPORT - MAY 16, 2013
TONN MEMORIAL Members of the Tonn Memorial ad hoc committee and staff met with BEST engineering academy students and teacher Debra Crane at Galt High School on Monday to discuss the proposed memorial plaza and answer questions from the students. The students will be working on conceptual design ideas to present to the committee prior to the end of the school year. TURF MAINTENANCE Parks maintenance staff has completed the spring fertilization of turf areas in all parks, streetscapes, and facilities. CODE ENFORCEMENT Staff would like to report that the mistletoe infested trees located on Save Mart’s property fronting “C” Street have been removed. RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION Four building permits were issued to the Meadows Subdivision on May 15. They have one additional permit still in the plan check review process. Two more permits were issued in the Creekside 2, Unit 2 Subdivision bringing the total to seven. SCHOOL STAFF FIREARMS FAMILIARIZATION Two Firearms Familiarization classes were held this week on Tuesday and Thursday. The last two scheduled classes will be held May 22 and 23. PUBLIC SAFETY DAY Public Safety Day was held Saturday with participation from CHP, Sacramento County Sheriff, Coast Guard, the school bus garage, Cosumnes Services District and our own Parks and Recreation Department. DON’T BE A VICTIM The Police department hosted a course for women on how not “to be a Victim” on Wednesday. SRO Coelho and Detective Ramirez were certified to be instructors of this course in the future. AB 109 Chief Bowen met with area chief’s to discuss AB109 and the over 9,200 inmates that will be released into this area soon. A united, uniform approach to checking and monitoring compliance with the terms of the releases was discussed. RECREATION UPDATE There are currently 242 swimmers registered for the Galt Gator’s team. Registration is open until May 31 (with a $20 late fee). The meet this Saturday will be against Elk Grove at Wackford Community Center in Elk Grove.
The SOAR Program will take place at River Oaks Elementary School beginning June 10 for 10 weeks. Weekly Report Archive