A number of items, from Jacksonville Police Department property to a water main replacement project, make their way onto the agenda for tonight’s city council meeting.
Jacksonville aldermen will meet for their regular workshop session at around 6 p.m. tonight. Here, city council members will hear various committee reports, starting with the Parks & Lakes, which will discuss potentially amending regulations and fees for Lake Jacksonville. As for the Planning & Public Works Committee, Jacksonville aldermen will discuss the possibility of a stop sign being placed at the intersection of Michigan and Hardin Avenues.
For the Public Protection Committee, there will be talks regarding surplus property of the Jacksonville Police Department. And under the Utilities Committee, members of the city council will review an engineering proposal for the North West Street Water Main Replacement Project.
During the regular city council meeting, which starts no later than 7 p.m., the council will vote on a resolution to authorize payments from the Waterworks & Sewerage Projects Fund for services rendered/improvement projects. Aldermen will also discuss and vote on a resolution to approve the engineering agreement with Benton & Associates for the North West Street Water Main Replacement Project, which comes to a total of $29-thousand, five-hundred dollars. The Jacksonville city council will also hear the first reading of ordinances to amend the Jacksonville Zoning Map for property located at 1225 Mound Avenue, and for property located at 1320 Tendick Street.
All of tonight’s action takes place at the Jacksonville Municipal Building.