As mentioned in previous posts, we've scheduled a special meeting for this Tuesday, June 29 at 7pm primarily to address items that are approaching the end of fiscal year deadline of June 30. There are several significant things being discussed including a few on the consent calendar:
- The consent calendar this meeting includes several real property tax assessment increases based on specific areas and various Consumer Price Index (CPI) increases. CPI for this period increased 3.8%, however several of the increases are capped at no more than CPI or 3%, whichever is less. Staff is recommending increasing assessments to the extent allowable.
- Discussion and approval of the FY 22 Budget that was discussed last meeting.
- Discussion of the appeal of the Planning Commission recommendation of denial of the Oak Creek Canyon Project. This project is proposed for six single family units at the east end of the city, at the intersection of Diablo Parkway and Marsh Creek Road.
- Discuss whether to appeal the latest Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) allocation to Clayton. Every eight years the city is allocated a certain number of housing units that we need to zone for. In the previous cycle, that number was 141. In the upcoming cycle, the amount of housing units needing to be zoned for is 570, an increase of approximately 300%.
- Adoption of updated salary schedule for the city.
- The Oakhurst Geological Hazard Abatement District (GHAD) will also meet to discuss increases in real property assessments based on CPI increases.
If you have any thoughts or questions about any of the above, please let me know.