RODEO -- An application for a permit to install a wireless microwave dish to service T-Mobile customers is part of a busy Rodeo Municipal Advisory Council agenda next week.

The wireless dish would be added to an existing wireless telecommunications facility atop a building on the corner of Parker Avenue and First Street for which the applicant seeks a land use permit renewal.

The meeting will begin with a discussion of the resignation of RMAC member Leila Flores, to be followed by the introduction of new John Swett Unified School District Superintendent Rob Stockberger.

Paul Adler, aide to Contra Costa Supervisor Federal Glover, will present an update of the Town Hall Plaza project.

Other discussion items are the Rodeo Chamber of Commerce's Rodeo Chili Cookoff and Car Show, which is scheduled for Oct. 12; an update on the lapsed Good Neighbor Agreement with ConocoPhillips, predecessor to Phillips 66, which still has a fund balance of around $300,000, according to Adler; and grant requests of $5,000 each for the Rodeo Library, New Horizons Career Development Center and the YMCA, and a $1,000 mini-rant request for the John Swett School District.

Because of this month's busy agenda, a discussion of 10 critical issues for Rodeo as outlined by Four Fools Winery owner Marc Grisham and of a December "Adopt—A-Family" event are postponed to Oct. 24.

The RMAC will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Rodeo Senior Center, 189 Parker Ave.


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