The Moraga Town Council will talk about road repair priorities at its meeting tonight (Wednesday).
The agenda report has dollar comparisons for a choice of:
- leveraging the additional sales tax from the Nov. 6 passage of Measure K to expedite road repairs or
- adopting a "pay as you go" strategy putting about $1 million a year toward road maintenance.
A staff report on road priorities by the town's administrative services director and engineer, Stephanie Hom and Eric Kwan, is attached to this article as a PDF.
Also on the council's agenda is public recognition of a couple of stellar Campolindo High athletes:
- Junior Aidan Goltra, who won the 2012 California Interscholastic Federation Division III race.
- The girls volleyball team, which was runner-up in the state CIF championships and finished with a match record of 30-5. In the playoffs, the team — according to a Whereas in the council resolution — "followed a powerful pre-game routine that included chicken and pasta, and rapping to Eminem’s “Snap back to reality, Oops there goes gravity … You only get one shot, Do not miss your chance to blow, This opportunity comes once in a lifetime.”
The council meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School auditorium.