The City of Plymouth will hold their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety. The board will award the quote for a new truck for the Water Department. They will get updates from various city department heads and hear the requests for sidewalks by the Ramirez’s family at 500 East Adams Street and the Ortiz family at 916 West Garro Street.
The Board of Works will consider a parking restriction request from Pam Mahler Lee and the request of the P-town Cruz’n Car Show to close Michigan Street in June.
The Plymouth Common Council will conduct a public hearing for the tax abatement request of Farm Innovators and are expected to pass a resolution confirming the area to be within a Economic Revitalization Area.
Also on the Council’s agenda is consideration of an Insurance Risk Management Agreement, approval of tax abatement compliance forms for Aearo Technologies and VanVactor Farm heritage Farms Properties and an update on expanding the Downtown Historic District by Kurt Garner.
Both city meetings are open to the public although comments and questions are limited to agenda items only.