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The City Council of the City of Martinez shall consider adopting an ordinance, which has as its purpose the extension of an existing moratorium which, without extension, will expire of October 31, 2018. The existing moratorium ordinance imposes a moratorium on all commericial cannabis activities except for a pending application for a medicinal cannabis dispensary.
Notice of Public Hearing Information
October 17, 2018, 7:00 p.m. - City Hall Council Chamber
Certain members of the public have raised questions about the City’s implementation of Measure I, which was approved by the voters on June 5, 2018.
CCC Public Works will close access to sidewalk and street parking on Escobar due to the new parking lot construction. Pedestrians on the south side of Escobar, east of the work site, will be able to cross over to the north side at the Morrow House. All pedestrians will proceed along the north side of Escobar to the Pine St stop sign. A concrete barrier will be installed parallel to the HP fence line to create a dedicated pedestrian path. The project timeline has adjusted to be complete by Wed., 10/17.
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Please review the steps to take in order to handle an aggressive animal and how to report the incident to Contra Costa County Animal Control and Martinez Police Department.
Interested in learning about the City's Street Improvement Program? Check out the brochure for more details!
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This morning at approximately 7:45 am at the Water Treatment Plant, located at 3003 Pacheco Boulevard, employees reported an explosion of a 100-gallon Sodium Hypochlorite container.
Brown Street and Green Street Pavement Rehabilitation Project update. The project commenced on May 4, 2018 and includes the reconstruction of both streets. Read the full press release here!
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