Council Statements Regarding CV LinkIn citing text from the meeting minutes, others' comment is not often included, and no ellipses are provided.
5 October 2015The City Council met in regular session.
- "7. CV Link Update.
- "Mayor Hobart - reported that on September 28th the CVAG - Executive Committee voted to approve a $ 150, 000 Environmental Impact Study including Highway 111 as a prospective CV Link route, after having been informed by Rancho Mirage that Highway 111 is not an option. Due to this vote, Rancho Mirage formally withdrew the Ramon Road route option and will not be part of the CV Link project.
- "Public Comment
- "Michael Harrington, Rancho Mirage, commended the Sheriff Department for their work and said the Coachella Valley Association of Governments ( CVAG) should be reformed.
- "Joyce Virtue, Rancho Mirage, commented that CVAG is guilty of misuse of taxpayer funds, lack of transparency, lack of due diligence, and working conspiratorially to subvert Measure A funds to the CV Link project. She called for the immediate resignation of CVAG Executive Director Tom Kirk for Malfeasance of Office.
- "Maria -Teresa Dobrev, Palm Springs, alleged that CVAG took 82 acres of her land and requested the City Attorney' s assistance in the matter."