Plymouth Color Logo2014The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings tonight beginning at 6 p.m. in the conference room at the Fire Department.

During the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting, members are expected to ratify the award of the 2017 Fall Street & Sidewalk projects by Superintendent Jim Marquardt.  During the October 9th meeting bids were opened.  Bids ranged from $1,182,729 from Walsh and Kelly of South Bend up to $1,476,699 from Phend & Brown from Milford.  A total of four companies submitted bids for the projects.

Donnie Davidson, City Utility Superintendent will presented a change order for the Richter Road Project and while Mayor Mark Senter will request to close Michigan Street and LaPorte and Water Streets for the Holiday Parade on November 25th.

Also on the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting is a discussion to amend the TechFarm land sales agreement.  The Van Vactors want the city’s share of any proceeds from the sale of property to be put back into the infrastructure in or adjacent to the TechFarm.

The Plymouth Common Council meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m.  The agenda includes approval of the October 9th minutes, with nothing listed under unfinished business or new business.  The city council will also accept a number of communications.

Both meetings are open to the public although comments and questions are limited to agenda items only.