The Webster City City Council will hold two budget hearings when it meets in regular sessions tonight at city hall.
The meeting is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. in the council chambers.
Council members will hold hearings on the 2019-2020 Capital Improvement Budget and Capital Improvement Plan for the next five years. Following the hearing, the council is expected to vote on the adoption of the budget and improvement plan.
Immediately following, the council will hold a hearing on the 2019-2020 operating budget, with an adoption voted expected after the hearing.
The third reading of the ordinance pertaining to the Downtown Webster City Self-Supported Municipal Improvement District providing for the continuations of a fund and the levy of annual taxes in connection therewith.
First reading of a proposed ordinance pertaining to junk and junk vehicles will be considered.
The council is also expected to move forward with a three-year farm lease with Wayne Johnson on city owned property located in the Sahai second addition and West of Beach Street.
A resolution directing the publication of gross wage salaries for full-time and part-time city employees for the calendar year 2018 is also on the agenda. The council will also look to accept the goal setting report from a session held on Jan. 28.
An amendment to option agreement for the purchase of real estate with WC Partners LLC on Ohio Street will be considered.
The council will also consider city manager recruitment search firm proposals with the intention to enter into an agreement for services. Three firms have returned proposals for council consideration. Kent Harfst has been serving as the acting city manager since the departure of Daniel Ortiz-Hernandez in August 2018.
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Last modified: March 5, 2019