However, if you go to the current City of Sierra Madre site you will note that no such City Council Meeting Agenda is listed. (http://cityofsierramadre.com/) This is as of 9 am this morning. Things do change sometimes after they are revealed here, so there is no guarantee that is the way things will be when you let your fingers do the walking.
But if you go to the still under construction new pastel color themed City of Sierra Madre website (http://gosierramadre.net/) you will discover it listed under "Latest Events." The date June 28, with the time listed at 6 pm.
This presents a problem to my way of thinking. My way of thinking being, of course, to find problems. And here it is. If you look at the current City of Sierra Madre website the following is said:
The City of Sierra Madre will be launching a new website! The address will be the same, but (it) will have a new look ...
Which to me means that no notice has been made of this City Council meeting. At least on what is still the City's official website.
However, the City of Sierra Madre site is not the only place these meetings can be legally noticed. They can be hung on the wall at City Hall (Hear Ye! Hear Ye!) or just put on display at the Library where such things are seen by literally dozens of folks.
So it is no deal breaker. But as a public service to you, the Tattler reader, if you want to see this week's City Council meeting agenda, it's Go Sierra Madre!
After all, we'd hardly want an error as unfortunate as this one to suppress attendance at Tuesday evening's set-to. The scoundrels are set to discuss raising our utility taxes again. This after expressly stating on numerous occasions that they weren't considering such a thing.
It ain't right, I tell you.