Council to Take on Coyotes and Katella Traffic Monday

The Los Alamitos City Council is also scheduled to talk about giving $300,000 to help support renovations at the Oak Middle School, community pool repairs and holiday decorations.

Lots of stuff going on at the Los Alamitos City Council meeting Monday.

Let's break it down.

  • Coyotes
    The furry critters are funny when they’re chasing roadrunners, but they're not much fun if they're in your backyard. The city will hold a presentation on coyote activities in and around Los Alamitos and what the city is doing about it.
  • The Pool
    The pool at the Joint Forces Training Base is due for some upgrades. City staff recommends the Council approve planned renovations, which include a new variable speed pool pump, new underwater lights and new paint.
  • New Signal?
    Should the city remove the signal at Katella Avenue and Cottonwood Drive and add one to the intersection at Katella and Enterprise? That’s a question officials are scheduled to vote on Monday.  They’re also scheduled to decide if drivers headed south on Lexington Drive should be able to keep going south through the intersection at Katella.
  • Holiday Plans
    Also on the agenda: decking the halls. The Council is set to decide whether Los Alamitos will decorate 57 city light poles for a three-year period starting November.
  • Oak Middle School
    A city plan to commit $300,000 to help the Los Alamitos Unified School District renovate the Oak Middle School gym and public restroom facility is also up for discussion.

The council meeting takes place 3191 Katella Avenue at 6 p.m. Monday.

Click here to download the agenda.


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