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Planning Commission Applications Now Open

NOTICE OF PENDING APPOINTMENT OF PLANNING COMMISSIONERS

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the term of 2 Planning Commissioners has expired for the city of Imperial.
 
The City Council intends to make appointments for the two seats to the Planning Commission during its meeting of December 6, 2017.  The term is for four (4) years.
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Water & Sewer Rate FAQ's

With the City's recent release of the water and sewer rate study we've received some questions from the public. We have put together some information that we hope you will find helpful during this process. Our FAQ's listed below respond directly to feedback we have received from our residents. Should you have addition questions please call (760) 355-3842. 

Why did the City of Imperial conduct a rate study?

There are three primary reasons for rate increases; increasing regulatory mandates, aging infrastructure, and inflation. It is common practice to conduct a rate study every three to five years. The last rate study was conducted in 2009, with the last rate increase implemented in 2013. The City has continued to perform major repairs to the water and sewer systems without fully passing on those costs to our account holders.

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Water & Sewer Rate Open House

In response the water and sewer utility rate study recently released by the City of Imperial, the City will be hosting a series of open house workshops for residents. These open house(s) will be taking place on November 14 and 28, 2017 at the City of Imperial Council Chambers located at 220 W 9th Street in Imperial, CA. The workshops will feature stations that will help answer the community's questions related to the proposition 218 process, protest ballots, infrastructure expenditures and utility bill calculation stations. We encourage residents who attend these workshops to bring their most recent utility bill with them. Our staff will assist in the calculation process to see how these rate increases will effect you. 

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New Planning Commissioner

On February 1, 2017 the City Council of the City of Imperial during their Regular Meeting appointed Geoff Holbrook as Planning Commissioner. The seat was vacated when then Commissioner Darrell Pechtl was elected to the City Council this past November. 

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Planning Commission Unscheduled Vacancy

NOTICE OF UNSCHEDULED VACANCY ON THE CITY OF IMPERIAL PLANNING COMMISSION


Pursuant to Section 54974 of the California Government Code, notice is hereby given that a vacancy exists on the Imperial Planning Commission.  The unexpired term will end July 2019.  The successful appointee will be required to file a “Statement of Economic Interest” (Form 700) within 10 days after assuming office.

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