The nonresident surcharge for recreation classes returns to the Menlo Park City Council's agenda tonight (May 6).
Mayor Ray Mueller announced in a forum post on May 1 that since people were told prior to last week's meeting "that somehow non-resident fees would not be discussed at the City Council meeting, although the topic was contained in the staff report, I have made the decision to reset that issue for public comment. I greatly appreciate hearing all the comments the public may have on this issue and also welcome emails in advance of the meeting."
Other topics on the agenda include whether to install stop signs on the north and south ends of Wallea Drive, and whether to contribute up to $31,769 a year for 30 years toward a new county animal shelter.
Go to the city's website to review the entire agenda and associated staff reports for tonight's meeting.
The May 6 meeting will be held in council chambers at the Civic Center at 701 Laurel St. It starts at 7 p.m. The meeting will be streamed live online.