Fairfield Community Meeting Agenda

Fairfield Community Meeting Agenda

In this post, CivicMic shares the Fairfield community meeting agenda for the community meeting on Monday, April 18 at 6:00 PM (PST).

The City of Fairfield and CivicMic are hosting a virtual (Zoom) and telephone community meeting to discuss the proposed formations of new assessment districts for LLMDs No. 7, 11, & 13 to continue to fund landscaping maintenance at the level of service comparable to the fiscal year 2020-21. This meeting will also address the 218 process, survey results, polling questions, and information about the loan from the General Fund as a potential short-term funding solution. Click here for instructions on how to join the meeting.

Along with the information that will be provided at the meeting, new information will be updated and available to the public at https://www.civicmic.com/fairfield-news/.

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Please take a look at the Fairfield community meeting agenda below to get an idea of what will be covered at the community meeting.

 

Fairfield Community Meeting Agenda

Fairfield Agenda

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5 thoughts on “Fairfield Community Meeting Agenda”

    1. Hi Rick,

      This community meeting is not exclusively a loan workshop, however, the proposed loan will be covered and community members will have a chance to ask questions and provide feedback.

      Hope this helps!

  1. First of all the LLMD #7 why does my immediate neighborhood street not look as good as Hilborn Road. Someone is not telling the truth about the maintenance of the neighborhood vs Hilborn Road. Most of my annual assessment is used for Hilborn Rd in my opinion. If the City of Fairfield requires Hilborn Rd to look a certain way then City of Fairfield should contribute to the LLMD! My street has been poorly maintained for the past 30 years since I lived here. Pouring more money does not solve it as it will go to fund Hilborn Rd. The City of Fairfield has not lived up to it’s promises and is intent on raising costs for LLMD #7. Should I mention the peafowl problem that continues to grow and the City of Fairfield promise to keep them in check? What happened there?

    1. Hi there,

      To address both parts of your question:

      1. For LLMD #7 why does my immediate neighborhood street not look as good as Hilborn Road? Are more funds going towards Hillborn Road vs the other streets neighborhood?
      The current landscape contract is based on a lump sum bid and is not itemized by street, however, the city is working toward revising the landscape contract to include costs by specific area, improvement component, and/or square footage. Please let us know if you would like to review the current contract scope of work in the meantime. You may also contact the Public Works operations team at (707) 428-7407 if you have concerns about a specific area.

      2. In LLMD #7 there is a peafowl problem that continues to grow, and the City of Fairfield promised to keep them in check? What happened there?
      The LLMD does not manage the peafowl in this area. Please contact the Public Works operations team at (707) 428-7407 for more information.

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