Tuscola City Council to peruse paper shredding, permits, planning at tonight's meeting
Paper shredding, pool repairs, permits, private bonds and public restrooms will top Tuscola, Illinois City Council’s agenda at 7:30 p.m. today, March 28, at its regular meeting at City Hall.
The meeting is open to all residents and will include a public comment period directly following a call to order and opening activities. Any citizens wishing to address the council on matters not already included in the agenda will have an opportunity to speak at this time.
A consent agenda will comprise approval of previous meeting minutes, reports and bill payment, including invoices from Building Systems of Illinois, and an agreement for the Tuscola Kiwanis Club to orchestrate a paper-shredding event at Ervin Park on June 18.
In pending business, council members will review an ordinance regarding ceding private activity bonding authority; a contract with the Farnsworth Group for architectural services pertaining to public restrooms, and a request for the city to purchase a 2016 Ford F4450 from Morrow Brothers Ford at a cost of $61,455.
Additionally, the council will address a planning commission recommendation for a special use permit at 600 E. Wilson; and discuss swimming pool repairs.
City Hall is located at 214 N. Main St. Tuscola City Council’s next meeting is slated for April 11.
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