The Shasta Lake City Council will tackle homelessness, a land sale to move toward building its first power plant, creating a new training ground for the Fire Department and butane regulations.
The meeting, which begins at 6 p.m., will begin with a discussion on homelessness at the request of Shasta Lake residents.
City staff will seek information and ideas to try to alleviate concerns of the people in the Windsor Estates area, said City Manager John Duckett.
“We want to learn what it’s all about and need some specifics,” he said.
He will also ask the council for direction on the transfer of a city-owned 32-acre site south of Shasta Gateway Drive to the utility.
The utility is eyeing that property as a place to establish the city’s first power plant, Duckett said. Currently the city contracts with other utilities for electricity.
That facility is needed to meet state-mandated renewable energy goals, Duckett said. In a memo to the council, utility director Tom Miller noted several studies have advised the city to generate some of its power.
In the memo,…