The South San Francisco City Council is scheduled for a special meeting on Monday evening, to discuss several issues.
The council will hear presentations on new development projects in South City, and council will hold a public hearing on a resolution to adopt the Public Safety Impact Fees associated with those developments.
The city's plan for improving the downtown area surrounding the Caltrain Station will also be discussed at the meeting. An open community workshop took place on Saturday Dec. 8 in regards to this downtown plan.
At Monday's special meeting, councilmembers will also look at options for filling the vacant city treasurer position. Richard Battaglia, who most recently held the position, died on Nov. 25 at the age of 79.
This meeting was originally scheduled for last week, but because councilmember Richard Garbarino recently sustained a serious injury to his hip, council decided to postpone the meeting until Monday Dec. 10, Mayor Gonzalez told Patch.
Only 4 members will be present, as former councilmember Kevin Mullin now serves in the State Assembly.