Meeting Time: August 18, 2020 at 6:00pm PDT
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8. 20-0218 Consideration of City Council's Intention to Provide for Annual Levy and Collection of Assessments for the Downtown Business Improvement District and Setting September 15, 2020, for a Public Hearing (Finance Director Charelian). a) ADOPT RESOLUTION NO. 20-0095 b) SET PUBLIC HEARING DATE TO SEPTEMBER 15, 2020

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    Gary Osterhout about 3 years ago

    It is again obvious that the city's allowing below market rents for the Farmers Market--an unrelated business in respect to the downtown merchants' organization. This is what allows the DBBPA to fund their lobbyist, or for the city to subsidize the downtown businesses otherwise. There's politics involved here. And, again, the "budget" presentation is a pretty weak "budget presentation," particularly for a business organization.