A discussion on whether a community garden should grow in the northeast corner of South Park will continue in a Hermosa Beach City Council meeting Tuesday night.
The council in December decided to continue the item (see city staff report under photo.)
"I don’t think it’ll hurt to postpone it for a month or whenever staff gets back," said Councilman Peter Tucker at the time. "We need to be very clear with where this is going to be and how it’s going to work."
The City Council will discuss the city's 2011-2012 midyear budget review, as well as a recommendation from the Parks and Recreation Commission to develop a permit process to allow food trucks in certain areas of town.
The council also will discuss a recommendation from the Planning Commission to improve the employee parking permit program, which generally applies to businesses on Hermosa and Pier avenues.
The council will discuss whether to take a position on the California Cancer Research Act. In the search for a new City Manager, the council also will consider whether to appoint an ad hoc committee to review proposals received from executive search firms and make a recommendation on the selection of a firm to recruit for the City Manager position.
The council meeting is Tuesday at 7 p.m. in council chambers.