The Menlo Park City Council, which meets Tuesday (Aug. 24) after a summer recess, has three items of note on its agenda.
The council will consider asking for bids on a contract to operate the Burgess pool center. The current contract, held by Team Sheeper, expires in May 2011.
In addition, the City Council will review Menlo Park's response to the San Mateo County grand jury report that criticized the city's red-light cameras on several points, including how far warning signs were posted from the intersections with cameras.
Last but not least, the Environmental Quality Commission may finally fill its vacancies. Council members will appoint two people from a pool of three applicants, namely, Jean Baronas, Kathy Schrenk, and Roger Thompson. The new commissioners will serve until April 2014.