In this post, CivicMic shares the Phillips Ranch 2nd community meeting agenda for Wednesday, February 22, at 6:00 PM (PST).
The City of Pomona and CivicMic are hosting a virtual (Zoom) and telephone community meeting to share insights and answer questions about the proposed formation of a new assessment district for the Phillips Ranch community. This meeting will cover a brief history of the District, provide an update on current service levels and review specific instructions on how to cast your ballot. A sample ballot has been included below the agenda in this post.
A significant portion of this meeting will be dedicated to answering questions, so property owners are sufficiently informed when deciding about community landscaping and lighting service levels. 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/category/city-of-pomona/
To learn more, click the links below:
- Financial Status of Phillips Ranch
- Project Overview
- Engagement Process
- Benefit Assessment Districts: Phillips Ranch
Please RSVP for the meeting using this link.
Telephone and Zoom meeting login information will also be posted a few hours before the meeting at:
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Phillips Ranch 2nd Community Meeting Agenda
Sample Ballot for the Proposed Phillips Ranch Assessment District
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2 thoughts on “Phillips Ranch 2nd Community Meeting Agenda”
I’d like to know if there’s any accountability for the maintenance workers since we are paying assessment dedicated for the community. My experience so far was no good at all. The slop behind our properties was not maintained for over 17 years by my count, despite requests sent to the city multiple times. It was finally cleaned last month probably because the upcoming vote. This is not the way to get business done. How can we be certain the quality of work in the future? Thank you.
Thank you for your comment. The current assessment funding does not cover the cost of the slopes. The slopes went out to bid on multiple occasions and came back too expensive for the Assessment to pay for regularly. If the new assessment passes, the slope contracts will be funded and staff will monitor for compliance.