Redistricting, property annexation and zoning on the agenda
Union City Council is set to hold its regular monthly meeting today at Union City Hall, at 101 Sharpe Avenue. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. Six employees will be recognized for July work anniversaries. City Council will then hold second reading of a redistricting ordinance, which redraws the city’s district lines to make the districts more equal in population. The redistricting map is available to view at City Hall. Council will also hold second reading on an ordinance annexing 320 Buffalo-West Springs Highway into the city. The ordinance sets the zoning for the property as A-2 Highway Commercial. The property is expected to be sold for the future construction of a retail business.
In new business, council will hold first reading of an ordinance transferring three city-owned properties to high bidders. One of the properties is at 204 Lawson Avenue. One is on Lake View Heights, and the third is off Lakeview Heights. Council will also consider a resolution for an agreement with the city judge. City Council is also expected to make an appointment to the Board of Zoning Appeals.
After public comments, the meeting will adjourn. The public is invited to attend.