Thousand Oaks City Hall.(Photo: STAR FILE PHOTO)
The Thousand Oaks City Council on Tuesday night is expected to approve the city’s top 10 priorities for the fiscal year 2018-19, with, once again, finding the Los Angeles Rams a permanent home in the city being the No. 1 priority.
The priorities were initially hammered out at the council’s annual priority-setting meeting May 1.
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They are expected to be routinely approved by the council during the consent calendar portion of its meeting Tuesday night. Consent calendar items are all approved in one vote with no discussion.
For the second straight year, finding the Rams a permanent home in the city is the council’s No. 1 priority.
The Los Angeles Rams broke their offseason minicamp a day early to tour their future stadium in Inglewood as a team for the first time. Joe Curley, [email protected], 805-437-0276
The National Football League team currently trains at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks and has business offices in nearby Agoura Hills. The Rams moved back to Southern California from St. Louis in 2016.
The nine other priorities are:
Advance the downtown core revitalization plan. Advance fiscal sustainability. Address homelessness and mental health issues within