- In other action
On Tuesday, Galt City Council members also:
- Heard a presentation from the History Makers Foundation about its youth outreach efforts, which included successfully opening a community center. It opened in Aug. 2013.
- Received public comment from former employee Boyce Jeffries, who recently lost a wrongful termination lawsuit he filed against the city. He read a letter from someone he identified only as a citizen regarding his re-employment by the city last fall.
- Received an informational second-quarter update on the 2013-14 annual budget.
- Held in closed session the performance evaluation for City Attorney Steven Rudolph. There was no action to report in open session.
— Jennifer Bonnett
Posted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014 12:00 am
The Galt Police Department will use $28,455 in police asset seizure and unclaimed funds to purchase new equipment.
The largest portion of that money — $20,000 — comes from settled criminal investigations in conjunction with the Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office.
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