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Financial Review On Council Agenda
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City of Riverbank staff will report to the city council on finances for the first quarter of this fiscal year (July to October) for both the city and the Local Redevelopment Agency that is responsible for the former ammunition plant conversion to an industrial center, according to the agenda for the next council meeting starting at 6 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 14.

The council will be asked to accept completion of the fencing project around the wastewater treatment plant and the repairs on Prestwick Drive to the road paving and the bridge. The costs of the fencing surrounding the entire plant was about $100,000.

Interim City Manager Pam Carder reported Riverbank citizen and former councilmember Charles Neal will question the council on the collection and use of funds from two accounts, Fund 145 designated for overpass construction, and Fund 125, the special building projects fund.

Also on the agenda is a proposal to buy a new city vehicle to replace one where the transmission has failed because it would cost less to replace the vehicle than repair the transmission.

Council members will also be asked to increase the funds available for legal services and approve seeking a Cal Home grant for housing rehabilitation in the city.

A study session due to start at 5:30 p.m. will discuss a state government requirement to inventory all greenhouse gas emissions produced by city government activities.