City Council Meeting – Closed Session

City Council Meeting – Closed Session.

When: 4:30pm, on the 1st & 3rd Tuesday of each month.  Also, additional Closed Sessions may be scheduled on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays as well.

What: The City Council meets in Closed Session to discuss private matters outside of the public City Council meetings.

Why: The City Council, on certain subjects, needs to discuss, debate and vote on private issues and strategies.

Where:  The Closed Session begins at 4:30pm in the City Council Chambers.  Once officially open, the meeting is adjourned to a conference room in City Hall.  When the City Council finishes with Closed Session, the City Council returns to the City Council Chambers, re-adjourns to Open Session, and announces any official actions / votes taken during the Closed Session.

May I Make / Submit Comments?  Yes, the public may make and/or submit comments on the topics at the public beginning of the meeting at 4:30pm.

What is Discussed?: All discussion topics must be publicly agendized 72 hours prior the closed session meeting and .  To review the Closed Session’s agenda, visit the Meetings & Agendas section on

Here’s the link:

General topics discussed during Closed Session include:

  1. Current and Anticipated, Potential Litigation
  2. Conferencing with the City’s labor negotiators
  3. Conferencing with the City’s Real Estate negotiator
  4. Other Strategic Discussions on City-Related Issues





Jun 02 2020


4:30 pm - 6:00 pm

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Redondo Beach City Council Chambers


Redondo Beach City Council Chambers
415 Diamond Street, Redondo Beach, CA 90277
Eleanor Manzano - Redondo City Clerk


Eleanor Manzano - Redondo City Clerk
(310) 318-0656

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