A special budget and fiscal planning study session of the Stanton City Council will be held on Tuesday at 5 p.m.
The meeting will be held to consider a variety of issues related to the city’s financial health, including the end of Stanton Redevelopment Agency.
City staff will be asking the council to “provide direction concerning previous redevelopment agency services and service levels,” decide how much to cut the general fund budget and provide a ranking of the level of services to be provided to the public.
All redevelopment agencies in California are being shut down as a result of state legislation and resulting court action.
Additionally, the council will take up the issue of Golden State Water Company’s proposed rate increases. GSWC, which provides water in Stanton, is proposing sharp hikes in what customers will pay.
One possible option is to switch to a different water provider.
The council meets in the City Hall, 7800 Katella Ave. (at Cedar Street, one block west of Beach Boulevard).