The gavel just dropped, thereby starting the monthly meeting of the full Metro Board of Directors. Here’s the agenda. And here’s a Source post from yesterday looking at some of the key issues that are scheduled to be considered today. The Board also voted to approve items on the consent [continue reading]
The Committee oversees the half-cent sales tax increases that Los Angeles County voters approved in 1980 (Prop A) and 1990 (Prop C), respectively. Here is the meeting notice and agenda: INDEPENDENT CITIZENS’ ADVISORY AND OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE MEETINGPUBLIC HEARING Metro Headquarters 3rd Floor – Board Room One Gateway Plaza Los Angeles Friday, April [continue reading]
Gavel and wood have met, in nonviolent fashion, meaning the March meeting of the Metro Board of Directors is underway. The agenda is above; view it as html with links here. If you want to listen to the meeting from afar, please dial 213-922-6045. As per usual, I will post [continue reading]
The gavel has just dropped on today’s meeting of the Metro Board of Directors. Here’s the agenda — looks to be a fairly quiet meeting today. You can listen to the meeting over the phone by dialing 213-922-6045. I’ll post a roundup of the meeting later.
Here's the agenda for Thursday's meeting of Metro Board of Directors and a few items of interest on fare gating, station renaming and park-n-ride lots
The Metro Board of Directors meets at 9:30 a.m. Thursday for its regular monthly meeting. The agenda is above or you can download the pdf here. A few items of general interest on the agenda: •Metro staff are considering establishing a budget to add fare gates to four street-level stations [continue reading]
These recaps are helpful to track the many different items that were on yesterday’s agenda. I also posted a little bit yesterday about some of the more noteworthy items and here’s our post explaining the Metro Airport Connector item.
UPDATE: The gavel has dropped on the meeting and it’s now underway. This is a big meeting, folks, with tons of interestingness (relatively speaking) and a lot of important items. For those attending and media: might be a good idea to have a few Red Bulls along with your coffee [continue reading]
Metro Service Councils are ringing in the new year with four January meetings. The San Fernando Valley Service Council will not meet in January as their regular meeting would have been on New Year’s Day. The other four Councils will hold their meetings on the usual days and times, as listed [continue reading]
Good morning! The gavel just thwacked the tabletop, setting in motion the final Metro Board of Directors meeting of 2013. The 13-member Board serve as the final deciders of most things Metro. Learn more about them here. The agenda is above. If you are not one of the lucky ones [continue reading]
Metro Service Council agendas are set for December, including one special meeting in a different location. Service Council meetings kick off today (Wednesday, December 4), in the San Fernando Valley at the Marvin BraudeCenter in Van Nuys. The San Gabriel Valley Service Council will be conducting their December meeting at an alternate location [continue reading]