The Danville Town Council is set to receive a half-dozen reports Tuesday night (April 15) on a range of issues, including mosquito abatement, town investments and heritage resources.
The discussions will occur as part of the regular council meeting, scheduled to start at 7:30 p.m. inside the Town Meeting Hall at 201 Front St.
The first presentation will focus on the Contra Costa Mosquito and Vector Control District. Council members will then receive a report from Steve Lake, the town's development services director and city engineer.
Chandler Asset Management will present a report on the status of town investments after the first quarter of 2014.
During council reports, members will hear updates on Mayor Robert Storer's participation in the National League of Cities' Congressional Cities Conference in Washington, D.C., recent activities of the Heritage Resource Commission and details from recent meetings of the governing board of TRAFFIX -- a joint venture among the town, city of San Ramon, Contra Costa County and the school district aimed at addressing congestion caused by school-related traffic in the area's busiest intersections.
The council will also present a proclamation declaring this as Alcohol Awareness Month.