The Menlo Park City Council sits down on Tuesday, July 26, to debate the finer points of police salaries and installing paid parking meters in downtown plazas 1 and 5, among other items.
Also on the agenda: Allocating $22,500 for a recruitment firm to find a replacement for interim City Manager Glen Rojas, who retired July 15 but remains on as a contractor for up to six months.
The council will also revisit its contract with Capital Advocates, a high-speed rail lobbying company; affordable housing on Hamilton Avenue; and its operating budget.
The meeting starts at 7 p.m. in council chambers at the Civic Center at 701 Laurel St.
Click here to see the meeting agenda and view staff reports.