Sheldon City Council to discuss Trilogy, Downtown Project and More on Wednesday
Date posted - April 2, 2013
Sheldon, Iowa — A busy agenda awaits the Sheldon City Council when they meet this Wednesday April 3rd. The meeting will open with a public hearing for an update on the status of the Housing Rehab program. They will also hold a public hearing on the Trilogy Development. This will be followed by a resolution approving plans and specifications of the project. Then they will consider the awarding of a contract for the infrastructure work. The next step will be a discussion on the Trilogy lot prices and setting a date and time for a public hearing on the lot prices as well as authorization of the sale of lots.
In other business they will be asked to consider an application for an O’Brien County Community Foundation Grant which would be used for window improvements at the old Depot. They will also consider a resolution approving the final assessment schedule and cost for the 2012 Sidewalk Project. This includes nineteen locations whose owners will receive a letter from the City giving them thirty days to pay the total due, or have it assessed to their property.
The council will also consider an amendment to the schedule of assessments related to the downtown infrastructure project. The amendment includes such things as spelling corrections, and does not affect the dollar amounts of the listed assessments.
The council agenda also includes the agreement for the Deep Well Project and setting the date and time for public hearings. Three of these concern General Obligation Capital Loan Notes, and the other two will be on the Highway 18 Improvement Project and the Country Club Road and East 9th Street project.
Wednesday’s meeting will begin at 4:30 in the upper level of the Sheldon Community Services Center.
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