The City of Plymouth will conduct its regular meetings tonight beginning at 6 p.m. with the Board of Public Works and Safety followed by the Common Council. 

The Board of Public Works and Safety will hear from various department heads.  The City Attorney will discuss the plans for Hoham Drive and present a proposal to lease parking spaces in the Water Street parking lot.  Under Requests is a street closure for the annual Lighted Holiday Parade and Christmas Tree Lighting. 

The Plymouth City Council will once again consider a resolution that will pledge financial support to the Marshall County Blue Zones Project.   The resolution calls for 25% of the city’s ARPA Funds which equals $520,000.  There is support for the project but the amount of support seems to be the biggest question.  The Marshall County Crossroad Team is seeking the same 25% of ARPA funds from the various towns and county government.  At this point, only Culver has stepped up with their support in the amount of $75,000. The City Council will continue their discussion on the request. 

Also on their agenda is the acceptance of Compliance Forms for Tax Abatements for Farm Innovations, Vigilant Holdings, and Hoosier Tire. 

Baker Tilly will be on hand to discuss a utility rate increase and council members will consider a resolution for the transfer of funds in the General Fund for the city’s Engineering Department. 

The city meetings are held in the second-floor meeting room of City Hall.  Participants should enter through the Garro Street door and head to the Council Chambers on the second floor.