The Daily Press
City council to hold regular meeting on Monday
ST. MARYS - St. Marys City Council will meet Monday at 7 p.m. at City Hall for their regular monthly meeting.
During the meeting a new City of Saint Marys police sergeant will be introduced to the community followed by a special presentation offered by the city’s Shade Tree Commission.
There are several items for legislative action to take place during the meeting. Council will consider an ordinance for adoption regarding a Department of Conservation and Natural Resource (DCNR) C2P2 grant application for Leather’s Playground Replacement, which refers to Playland at Memorial Park along with a second resolution for a Greenways, Trails and Recreation Grant Program for the same project. Another resolution will be voted on to authorize the mayor and city manager to sign agreements with PennDOT for 2023.
Council will consider for publication several items including: an ordinance amending the city code relating to Transient Retail regulations; an ordinance amending the city’s zoning ordinance to rezone property located off Bucktail Road (AI Holdings, LLC rezoning request); a 2020 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) modification request; a LERTA application for FSJM Enterprises, Inc.; and a revised wage schedule for city management employees.
These items are in addition to the regular agenda items, citizen comments on agenda and non-agenda topics, city manager’s report, treasurer’s report and council comments along with the approval of minutes from council’s regular monthly meeting January 16
The Council meeting will be broadcast on the City television channel, Zito Media 96.2 and live streamed on The River 98.9 website.
Citizens are encouraged to provide comments on agenda topics prior to the meeting by emailing email@example.com or mailing to City Hall Attn: Public Comment, 11 LaFayette St.
The Council meeting agenda can be found on the City’s website www.stmaryspa.gov under the City Council tab. Council will conduct their next regular meeting on Monday, March 20 at 7 p.m. at city hall.