The Council approved the HERO Program, a residential PACE based financing program with Pat Whitley voting no, wanting to make sure it wouldn’t cost the city and wanting to talk to the assessor.
The Council agreed for John Cussins to meet with Portola’s Planning Director to go over Loyalton Pool’s equipment to loan.
Portola’s Pool Manager Jennifer Condliffe told how pools are not just for kids but for “serious adult athletes” who keep up a training regime and Portola
hopes to open Memorial Day.
Portola’s pool is 25-yards while Loyalton’s is nearly olympic-sized besides a kiddy pool.
If Loyalton’s equipment doesn’t work, Condliffe said Truckee is building a new pool and they would make a good deal in September. She’d like to have propane heaters yet Loyalton’s, fairly new and one never used, are oil fired boilers and Councilman John Cussins explained the differences.
LOYALTON CITY COUNCIL voted in favor on Tuesday night at its regular monthly meeting of speed feedback signs on the east and west entrances of Highway 49 and on A-24. According to County Transportation Commission, there is a funding source available annually to fit this type of project.
Lorie Horner, who lives on Highway 49, had submitted 50 signatures in favor of the signs to Sierra County Transportation Commission. Councilman Brooks Mitchell thought the City should support it. In the audience, Alan White called it a “race track” down Beckwith Street. Councilman John Cussins felt the signs work but need enforcement.