The City of Plymouth will hold their regular city meetings on Wednesday, May 29th due to the Republican’s Lincoln Day Dinner on Tuesday.
The Board of Public Works and Safety meeting begins at 6 p.m. and includes reports by department heads, a request for prepayment of fees for the Mayor’s Month of Music entertainment and a discussion of the Michigan Street Railroad Viaduct bridge. A large volunteer project is being proposed with the assistance of Brent Martin.
The Plymouth Common Council meeting is scheduled for 6:30 and includes consideration of four resolutions, the first is declaration of an Economic Revitalization Area for Vigilant Holdings while the second is the declaration of Hoosier Racing Tire for a tax abatement. The third resolution is an application for a Commercial Revitalization Rebate Grant for the REES Theatre and the four is for Dave Langdon at the Brass Rail for a rebate grant.
Under new business the City Council will receive an update on the Stellar Communities, consider an intergovernmental agreement between Marshall County and the City of Plymouth for the funding of services for the Marshall County Crossroads Stellar Communities Initiative and finally acceptance of a donation to the City Monetary Gift Fund.
The city meetings are open to the public although comments and questions are limited agenda items only. The meetings are held in the Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall. Participants should enter through the Garro Street entrance.