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Matters from the Public (For Items NOT on Agenda)
(The consent agenda is made up of items recommended by city staff that require recommendation to the full City Council by the Cow. This agenda is placed as a separate item of the COW agenda. The items on the consent agenda are usually minor items, already budgeted, standard non-policy activities or outgrowths of earlier meetings and are voted on as a “package” in the interest of saving time on non-controversial issues. However, any council member may, by simple request, have an item removed and placed on the “regular” agenda.).
Resolution 23-068-R: Approval of a Temporary Construction License with Target Corp. for reconstruction of the Randall Rd. Sanitary Lift Station (GH 5/5/23) PU
Resolution 23-069-R: Approval of a Grant of Easement with Target Corp. for reconstruction of the Randall Rd. Sanitary Lift Station (GH 5/5/23) PU
Ordinance 23-20: Amending the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Map for Property at 216 Whipple Avenue from Residential > 2-3.5 Dwelling Units per Acre to Neighborhood Commercial/ Mixed Use. (ZE 5/2/23) CD
Ordinance 23-21: Amendment to the Zoning Map for 834 Main Street, 216, 221, 224, 229 Whipple Avenue (ZE 5/2/23) CD
Resolution 23-065-R: Authorizing Execution of a Contract for the 2023 Crackfilling Program with Denler, Inc. in the amount not to exceed $213,932.50. (CB 4/26/23) CS
Resolution 23-066-R, Authorizing Execution of IDOT Resolution to Appropriate Motor Fuel Tax (MFT) Funds for the 2023 Crackfilling Program. (CB 4/26/23) CS
Ordinance 23-18: Amendment to the Zoning Map for a PFI Public Facilities and Institutional District and Planned Development Overlay District with Amendments to a Planned Development Granted by Ordinance 16-78 (DMR 5/4/23) CD