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City Council Holding Two Public Hearings and Regular Meeting

Daniel Prince

City Administrator Joe Nichols to update council on a number of different projects

Union City Council has a busy night ahead. They have two public hearings planned, starting at 6 p.m. The first is to solicit public comments on the proposed budget ordinance and tax levy ordinance for the upcoming fiscal year 2022-2023. The second public hearing is to solicit comments regarding the rezoning of 106 Bison Street.

During the regular meeting, which begins at 6:30 p.m. at Union City Hall, 7 employees will be honored for May work anniversaries. There are then 11 items of new business for council to consider. Council will hold first readings on the proposed budget ordinance, the tax levy ordinance, an annexation at 107 Mims Lane, and an annexation at 509 North Duncan Bypass. Council will award two bids. The first is for pre-purchased equipment for the Carlisle-Union Regional Sewer Extension project. The second is for the wastewater treatment plant sodium hypochlorite tank replacement. Council will then discuss the first draft on the redistricting of voting precincts. They will then hold a discussion and possible motion amending the zoning ordinance for 106 Bison Street. They will have a discussion and possible motion on an employment agreement continuation for the city judge. There will be a discussion and possible motion on official contract proposals for a building and code enforcement proposal. They will then discuss and make a motion to change the date of the June regular city council meeting.

Administrator Joe Nichols will provide updates on 11 different items. He will update council on the Carlisle/Union Regional Sewer Project, the Union/Jonesville Regional Sewer Grant, the Buffalo Creek Properties housing subdivision, MycoWorks water/sewer, Standard Textiles odor abatement plan, Animal Control, SRF Water Plant, 24” sewer line for Medical Sciences Drive, grant application for Monarch/Union Mill/Excelsior, wastewater plant PAA test to eliminate chloride and SO2 risk management plan, and possible sale of property on Lakeside Drive.

After a time of public comment, the meeting will adjourn.

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