CHICO, Calif. - The Chico City Council held its meeting Monday after it was adjourned last week.
The City council will talk about two major items at a later date. Those are a review of the Butte County Continuum of Care and the Pedi Cab Bar Pub Crawl program.
Here is what was discussed in the April 26 meeting.
In a 4-2 vote, Mayor Andrew Coolidge can now send a letter of support in their application to a federal program for funding. This program includes projects like widening Highway 32 and a new fire station.
The council also got a look at what's called the Unmanned Aerial System for the Chico Police Department.
They already approved of this back in December, but the presentation showed the department's new drone that will help with situations like traffic collisions and missing person investigations.
They also confirmed they will allow 50% capacity at their next meeting.
City Manager Mark Orme said masks must be worn within the council chambers.
They will have another location, not in the chambers for people who want to speak but don't want to wear a mask.