AGENDA

CITY OF SAN DIEGO
YEAR 2000 REDISTRICTING COMMISSION

December 5, 2001 - 5:30 p.m
City Council Chambers
202 C Street, 12th Floor
San Diego, California



Item 1. Call to Order
 
Item 2. Roll Call
 
Item 3. Non-Agenda Comment

This portion of the agenda provides an opportunity for members of the public to address the Redistricting Commission on items of interest within the jurisdiction of the Commission.

Comments are limited to no more than two minutes per speaker. Submit requests to speak to the Commission's Operations Director prior to 5:30 pm. Pursuant to the Ralph M. Brown Act, no discussion or action, other than a referral, shall be taken by the Redistricting Commission on any issue brought forth under "Non-Agenda Comment.

 
CONSENT ITEM

 
Item 4. Approval of Commission Minutes

Approval of Commission Minutes for the Meeting of May 23, 2001

Approval of Commission Minutes for the Meeting of June 20, 2001

Approval of Commission Minutes for the Meeting of July 6, 2001

Approval of Commission Minutes for the Meeting of July 11, 2001

Approval of Commission Minutes for the Meeting of July 17, 2001

Approval of Commission Minutes for the Meeting of August 3, 2001

Approval of Commission Minutes for the Meeting of August 9, 2001

Approval of Commission Minutes for the Meeting of August 17, 2001

Approval of Commission Minutes for the Meeting of October 25, 2001

 
INFORMATION ITEM

 
Item 5. 2010 Roundtable
Dr. John Weeks, Professor of Geography at San Diego State University, Dr. Jeff Tayman, Director of Research for the San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG), and Ms. Coleen Clementson, Project Manager for the Strategic Framework, City Planning Department will discuss with members of the Redistricting Commission how the San Diego population will grow between now and the next Census and what issues/challenges this could mean for the 2010 Redistricting Commission.
 
ACTION ITEM

 
Item 6. Recommendation to Increase the Number of City Council Districts
Commissioners may develop a recommendation to the City Council relating to studying and placing on the ballot a proposal to increase the number of City Council districts. Possible action and direction to staff.
 
Item 7. Boundary Clarification
Commissioners must clarify their intent with respect to the Boundary Line between Districts 5 and 7 at Pomerado and Spring Canyon Roads in the south west corner of Census block 2002. In the Final Redistricting Plan approved September 5, this area is in Council District 7. It is a part of the Scripps Ranch Community Plan, the rest of which is in Council District 5. Possible action and direction to staff.
 
Item 8. Director's Report
Staff will report on recent tasks completed and plans for closing the Redistricting Commission office. The draft of the Final Report will be presented for Commissioner input. Possible action and direction to staff.
 
Item 9. Adjournment

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