The City of Plymouth will conduct its regular meetings tonight at 6 and 6:30 on the second-floor Council Chambers of City Hall.

The agenda for the Board of Public Works and Safety meeting at 6 included reports by various department heads and the city attorney.  The clerk will present requests from Blueberry Cottage about decorating the downtown and a street closure request from the REES Theatre.  The agenda also includes a revision to the Memorandum of Understanding for 1619 North Oak Drive, the future corporate offices, and a warehouse for CMD also known as Construction Management & Design.

The Common Council meeting begins at 6:30 with a public hearing on an additional appropriations resolution.  Council members will also consider the second and or third reading of the ordinance fixing salaries for 2024, along with an ordinance amending the fee schedule for the city’s aviation department and an ordinance repealing the dog registration and tax ordinance.  The council’s agenda also includes a report by the city attorney on a proposal for an employee benefit clinic.

The council’s agenda has three resolutions for consideration.  The first resolution is for the additional appropriations, while the second resolution is to create a separate fund for the Gibson and LaPorte Reconstruction Grant, and the third resolution is an application by the 1st United Methodist Church for a commercial revitalization rebate grant.

The lengthy agenda also includes a discussion with Ginny Munroe on One Marshall County, a memorandum of understanding with.       the Plymouth Community School Corporation for the Plymouth Building Trades program, and an update on Stellar Communities.

Those attending the city meetings should enter through the Garro Street door and move to the council chambers on the second floor.  The meetings are also live-streamed on the city’s website.