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City Council to Discuss 3 Properties: 2913 Pacific Ave., City Water Tower and Potential Donation

AT&T would like to put an antenna on the city water. City Council will discuss that plus the sale of the former city manager's house and a possible donation.

City Council will discuss what to do with this property jointly owned by the city during a closed session Tuesday.
City Council will discuss what to do with this property jointly owned by the city during a closed session Tuesday.
The Manhattan Beach City Council will meet in closed session Tuesday beginning at 4:30 p.m. to discuss three property issues: what to do with former City Manager David Carmany's jointly owned home, a possible property donation and placing an AT&T antenna on the city's water tower.

Interim City Manager John Jalili told Manhattan Beach Patch that there is an offer for the Carmany/city property at 2913 Pacific Ave. and City Council will "make a decision as to what they want to do" with the property.

The contract in place between Carmany and his wife Laurie and the city allows either party to buy out the other under certain circumstances, including the one the parties now find themselves in.

Carmany was dismissed without cause by City Council on Nov. 4 after holding the position for nearly three years. The home he purchased with the city, 2913 Pacific Ave., is listed for $1,495,000.

Jalili told Patch there is an offer on the property; a real estate website indicates back-up offers are being taken.

Council will also discuss AT&T's request to place an antenna atop the city's water tower at 1431 6th St. and the possible donation of property at 1602 3rd St. Jalili said the 6th Street property owner's attorney contacted the city to discuss the possible donation. He said he thinks the parties "may have some kind of future use in mind."

Council meets in chambers at 1400 Highland Ave for a closed session Tuesday beginning at 4:30 p.m. The regular City Council meeting will follow at 6 p.m. Both meetings will be webcast live.

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