Neighbors want to hire a private security patrol to deal with an uptick crime, but others are concerned that it will lead to racial profiling.
Thin plastics like plastic cups, plates and utensils, are no longer being recycled.
The CPCC, which formed in 1990 to investigate police misconduct complaints, has been criticized over the years for lacking authority.
Some residents want private security to help fight an increase in crime. Other say it will add another level of racial profiling.
The loan was approved for between $2 to $5 million, but that money has not been accounted for, a recent statement from investors said.
The city will now begin work to determine how many residents will participate and how much income each person would receive.
Porter Gilberg has served as executive director of the Center since 2014.
City has been including some labs that failed to report negative test results, skewing the numbers higher.
The city will begin work to determine how many residents will participate and how much income each person would receive.
The department spent a total of $3.8 million and 45,993 hours in overtime during a roughly two-week period from May 30 through June 16.