Sheldon Council To Hold Several Public Hearings During Wednesday’s Meeting

Sheldon, Iowa — The Sheldon City Council will meet in regular session Wednesday afternoon, with a number of public hearings on their agenda.

One of the public hearings  concerns the Contract for Development and Minimum Assessment Agreement with Country View Construction for a parcel of land located south of the Highway 18 and 60 interchange. They’re also scheduled for a public hearing and 1st Reading of the Sheldon Code of Ordinances, as well as the Fiscal Year 2022-23 Budget Amendment.

The Council is also scheduled to take up a resolution approving the application for Voluntary Annexation of property located near the Highway 60 and Business 60 south interchange, as well as a public hearing on a requested zoning change for that same property.

In addition, the Council is expected to take up a resolution supporting a Workforce Housing Tax Credit Grant for a pair of properties in the downtown Sheldon business district.

Among the items on the Council’s ‘Consent Agenda’ for Wednesday’s meeting, is a request from the Sheldon Public Library to close off a portion of the Community Services Center west parking lot for the library’s annual Bike Rodeo, on Monday, June 5th.

Wednesday’s meeting will be called to order at 4:30 pm, in Council Chambers of the Sheldon Community Services Center. The meeting is open to the public, or you may watch online via YouTube Live.

To view the complete agenda for Wednesday’s Sheldon City Council Meeting, CLICK HERE.

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