The council will be asked to vote on a proposal to launch the ranger program to “effectively monitor the use of our parks, fields and facilities and increase safety of our patrons.”
Two part-time employees would be assigned to the program for a six-month period, at a cost of $7,316. After the trial period the program would be reviewed to determine its effectiveness.
Also on the agenda is the continuation of a license agreement with Southern California Edison for the use of an SCE right-of-way near Beach Boulevard and Katella Avenue for Stanton Park.
The cost of the rental for the city’s largest park will be $5,290. Stanton Park is the site of many local events.
A closed session of the city council will begin at 6 p.m. to discuss potential litigation, as well as a performance evaluation of the city manager.
The regular council meeting will begin at 6:30 in the Civic Center, 7800 Katella Ave.