Peter Rogers up again - this time he wants clarification on a contract to process $1 .5M in rebates. The contract total is around $1 .7M but includes that rebate amount, City Manager Barry Tippin explains
John Livingston pushing through a presentation by the plan society He says developer's consultant study was only publicly available starting Dec. 15 "Accepting an after the fact study by the developer does not allow for public input."
California law - the California Environmental Quality Act, to be specific - wasn't followed in the process, Wall says Planning Dept also provided information that wasn't publicly offered until very recently
"It seems that Mr. Hellman and maybe the Planning Dept... there may be some disagreement in how that may be interpreted but we believe that if were brought to a court-type situation, we would prevail," Jones says
Susan Libonati up now. She's a retired Shasta College teacher and CNPS member "How cool is it that we have a really rare, really beautiful plant right here in Redding? I think it's wonderful and I think we should do everything we can to preserve it."