- In other action
On Tuesday, Galt City Council members also:
- Voted to pay the outside firm West Yost Associates up to $325,000 to move forward with wastewater treatment plant upgrades in order to expedite meeting a 2015 state mandate related to arsenic and nitrogen discharge limits.
- Approved allowing Mayor Marylou Powers to donate $1,000 of her discretionary funds to the Foothills K9 Association, an organization of which Galt Officer Kevin Tonn was a member. He was killed in the line of duty last month. The money will go toward buying a new police dog for Galt.
- Adopted an ordinance establishing development agreement procedures regarding subdivisions.
- Approved a one-time reimbursement of $28,000 to the Roman Catholic Bishop of Sacramento for irrigation system and grading related to property adjacent to the wastewater treatment plant.
- Received an update from Powers on the city's strategic plan.
- Adopted a resolution regarding the donation of park benches and trees on public property.
- Appointed resident Alvin Roberts to the Commission on Aging.
— Jennifer Bonnett
Posted: Wednesday, February 20, 2013 12:00 am
Galt's daily commuter bus service to Sacramento will continue for at least another two years under a contract agreement approved by the Galt City Council on Tuesday.
Four years ago, the city entered into a cost-sharing agreement with South County Transit Link that eventually resulted in the commuter bus route, launched last year. The bus is operated by Storer Coachways through a partnership between South County Transit and the city of Galt.
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