City HallThe City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday evening beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety followed by the Common Council.

The Board of Works will hear reports from various department heads and consider a burn request from Kem McFarling.  There will also be a request from the Plymouth Kilwinning Masonic Lodge for use of the water tower lot during the Blueberry Festival.

In Other Business there will be a discussion of the City’s trash and recycling program with Cody Humphrey from Republic Services.  He will present a second amendment to the interim agreement.  There is also a Thank You from Kem McFarling along with approval of claims.

The Common Council will conduct a public hearing on a grant request for the Rees Theatre.  The city on behalf of the Rees plans to apply for a $500,000 OCRA grant for interior renovations to the theatre.

The City Council will also consider on 2nd and 3rd readings three ordinances, an amendment to the Personnel Police; authorizing the issuance of the city for Taxable Economic Development Revenue Bonds for Pretzels Inc and fixing salaries for city employees, fire and police for 2020.

The council will also consider resolution confirming the adoption of declaratory resolutions designating the real estate for Indiana Wheel and Culver Tool to be in an Economic Revitalization Area for Tax Abatements.

In Other Business, the city council will hear from Shannon McLeod on actions pertaining to the OCRA grant for the Rees.

The city meetings are open to the public but comments and questions are limited to agenda items only.  Anyone attending the meeting should enter through the Garro Street door and use the stairs or elevator to access the meeting.