Plymouth Color Logo2014The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting.

Agenda for the meeting includes affirming the award of bids for the spring street surfacing projects and the 2018 Street and Sidewalk projects.

Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt will discuss this year’s sidewalks for the ADA Transition Plan and City Engineer Rick Gaul will present a request from Century Link to work in the right-of-way.

City Attorney Sean Surrisi will discuss selling the Bowen Printing property on South Michigan Street to Dawn Smith.  The city owned property has been used by Bowen Printing for many years.

The Board of Public Works and Safety will hear a request from James Ruggles on a parking ticket issue, consider the city’s request to close a portion of Garro Street for 2nd Friday events, hear Anna Kietzman from Heartland Artist make a request for an Earth Hug Boogie downtown event and consider the request of Diane Anderson to conduct the World Vision 6K.

The City Council meeting at 6:30 will include the Mayor’s State of the City Address, a public hearing for additional appropriations, and get an update from the Fee Schedule subcommittee.

The Council will consider a resolution for tax abatement from Oasis Lifestyle and hear an ordinance authorizing the city to issue taxable economic development bonds.

The city meetings are held in the conference room at the Plymouth Fire Department.