She also urged residents to show support for the hospital by buying a $200 ticket to Saturday’s fundraising gala, even if they don’t attend.
?Mayor Toni Iseman attended a mayors’ conference on climate in Seattle. Former President Bill Clinton, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg and 102 mayors participated.
Iseman also asked the council for reimbursement for her $250 ticket to an AIDS Services Foundation function, which was approved unanimously.
? CONSENT CALENDAR
[Editor’s note: Consent calendar items get approved in one motion unless a member of the council, staff or public “pull” the item, which then requires opening it for public comment and a separate vote.]
Approved without comment:
?Minutes of the Oct. 16 adjourned and regular meeting and the special meeting of Oct. 23.
?Denial of a claim for an undisclosed amount filed against the city by Christine, K.C. and Amanda Park and the estate of Joni and Kevin Park, who died in a police shooting in April at Montage Resort & Spa. The claim was referred to the city’s claim adjuster.
?General warrants totaling $2,916,829.09, issued Oct. 18; and $24,300, issued Oct. 23; payroll No. 8, in the amount of $635,830,46, issued Oct. 11, and payroll No. 9, in the amount of $669.920.66, issued Oct. 25.
?Treasurer’s September report
?Resolution extending the Bluebird Canyon Emergency Declaration, which is valid for only 21 days and must be renewed.
?Revocable encroachment permit for improvements in the unimproved right of way at 2055 Catalina St., including at-grade paving, low walls, fencing, irrigation and low-voltage lighting.
?A revocable encroachment permit to repair and reconstruct existing walls and stairs and to install an automatic driveway gate in the unimproved right of way at 830 Park Ave.