The City of Plymouth will conduct their regular meetings Monday evening with the Board of Public Works and Safety at 6 p.m. and the Common Council meeting at 6:30 p.m.  The meetings are held in the Council Chambers on the second floor of City Hall.  Those attending should enter through the Garro Street door and move to the second floor. 

Agenda for the Board of Public Works and Safety includes hearing from various department heads.  Building Commissioner Keith Hammonds will ask for an order to act regarding 2550 North Michigan Street and the dog hoarder house at 1808 Hillcrest Avenue. 

City Attorney Sean Surrisi will present an agreement between the City of Plymouth and Priority Project Resources, Inc. for grant administration and labor standards services for the River Park Square Improvement Project.  He will also request a pre-pay for two remaining parcels on Hoham Drive for that Street Improvement Project. 

Listed under Requests is Caker Properties with a request for exemption from the city’s meter change out policy to allow reduction of a water meter from 2 inches to 1 inch.  The Board of Works will hear a request from St. Michael Church for a Holy Walk, two requests from properties on Pearl Street and Lake Avenue and finally a request to close Michigan Street for the Annual Holiday Parade the Saturday after Thanksgiving. 

The Board of Public Works will consider the request for utility work in the right-of-way by Surf Broadband.

The Plymouth Common Council will consider updated job descriptions, approve an executive order for Riverside Commons building permits and discuss updates to the ADA Transition Plan.  There is also a resolution approving the purchase of handheld radios for the fire department, an update on Stellar Communities and Audrey Blessman who is questioning an easement access off Liberty Street.

The city meetings are open to the public although comments and questions are limited to agenda items.