Wildomar City Council holds virtual council meeting

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The Wildomar City Council held its first council meeting on Zoom at its April 8 meeting. Valley News/Courtesy photo
With a masked Mayor Dustin Nigg as the only member of the Wildomar City Council in the council chambers, all the members of the council and city’s staff logged in from home for its April 8 meeting. In general business, the council had a lengthy discussion about a proposed Emergency Services Order that would temporarily suspend city enforcement activities that was put forward to protect businesses and increase housing opportunities within the city. The proposal, presented by city manager Gary Nordquist, included suspending enforcement of recent city signage ordinances, reducing business registration fees by 50%, waving application processing fees, waving the business registration requirement for annual stormwater inspections, removing public hearing signage requirements for pending
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