Council To Deal With New Ordinances At Wednesday Meeting

Sheldon, Iowa — When the Sheldon City Council meets in regular session this Wednesday, they’re scheduled to hold the 1st reading of an ordinance adopting new sewer rates that are scheduled to go into effect July 1st.

The Council will also hold the second reading of the adoption of the proposed Code of Ordinances for the City of Sheldon. The City has been working on updating the Code of Ordinances for the past several months, and held the first reading during their May 17th meeting. Following the second reading, the Council will have the option of moving it to a third reading at the next council meeting, or waive a third reading and adopt it directly into law.

In other action, the Council is expected to hear a report from representatives of Perspective Insurance on the City’s annual Health Insurance Review. The Council is also scheduled to consider a request for a Vintage Bike Parade for June 15th.

On the meeting’s Consent Agenda, the Council will entertain a Burn Request from Sheldon Livestock, as well as renew alcohol permits for a trio of Sheldon businesses that sell alcohol. The Consent Agenda also includes a resolution setting wages and benefits for employees for the fiscal year that begins July 1st. The Consent Agenda allows the Council to approve a number of items with a single vote.

Wednesday’s Sheldon City Council meeting will be called to order at 4:30pm Wednesday in Council Chambers at the Sheldon Community Services Center. If you’d like to check out the complete agenda for Wednesday’s meeting, CLICK HERE.

As always, Wednesday’s meeting is open to the public. If you’re unable to attend in person, you can view the proceedings via YouTube Live.