Oroville council contemplates a constitutional republic city resolution

A proclamation will be made designating November as Runaway Prevention Month in Oroville on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021 at the Oroville City Council Meeting.

The Council may also receive information on the City’s new credit rating of AA-. The credit rating was recently upgraded, as announced at the October 19 meeting.

There will be a second reading of ordinance no. 1856 codifying a zoning code amendment with changes approved earlier by the city council, planning commission and development review committee.

The council will hear a recommendation on turning Oroville into a constitutional republic city. In a constitutional republic, executive, legislative, and judicial powers are separated into distinct branches and the will of the majority of the population is modified by protections for individual rights so that no individual or group has absolute power.  This item was generated at the request of a council member and staff has no recommendation. Council can approve the resolution, with or without modification, or the council can provide
alternative direction to staff.

The Council will also consider an agreement with the Northwest Society for the Prevention of Cruelty
to Animals (SPCA) for animal control services and boarding.

The Council will go over the appropriate amount of time to be afforded to individual speakers on
both non-agenda items and agenda items and if AB 361 should be implemented or return to
normal meeting procedures.

The Oroville City Council meeting will be held at 4:30 p.m. at 1735 Montgomery St. in Oroville.

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