Downtown Infrastructure Project, Trilogy Village and More On Sheldon City Council Agenda

Date posted - March 19, 2013

New-Sheldon-SignThe Sheldon City Council meets Wednesday March 20th  at 4:30 with two public hearings.

The first will be to consider the Plans and Specifications for repairs to the ground storage tank at the Water Plant.  This tank holds a million gallons of water in storage and is in need of extensive repairs.  The engineers estimate that the cost will be about one hundred thousand dollars.  The council will consider the awarding of the contract after the hearing.

The second public hearing will be held to inform the public about the progress, status and activities to date on the Sheldon Owner-Occupied Housing Rehabilitation Program.  Sixteen residential units are planned for rehabilitation using grant funds for this purpose.

The Council will also discuss the price of lots and revised covenants for the new Trilogy Village addition .  Then they will set the time and date for a public hearing on the lot prices and authorization of the sale of the lots.

In other business they will consider a lease for the city owned ground near the cemetery and talk about adopting the plat and schedule for the downtown infrastructure project.  Copies of plan details will be available at the meeting.  They will also set a date and time for a public hearing on the infrastructure project.  Affected downtown property owners will receive written notification of the April 17th  meeting since it will involve property assessments which will help pay for the project.

Wednesday’s 4:30 meeting will be held in the upper level of the Sheldon Community Services Center.

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