Meetings this week

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Meetings this week include the County Board, School Board & City council

The Railport and related land sales for development will be a topic for the Clinton County Board this morning.

The Supervisors have their regular Monday morning business session at 9:15 at the County Administration Building.

The Board held a discussion recently with Clinton city officials and Development officials on the sale of land for a couple of new industries to locate at the Railport.  The county is to be repayed for loaning six million dollars for the development of the industrial park through the land sales.  The determination of the agreeable ‘cost of sale’ for the transaction is the topic of discussion between the parties.

That agenda item is scheduled for 10 o’clock.

The Clinton School Board meeting is at 5:30 today at the School’s Administrative Center.  District goals will be one of the topics discussed plus Superintendent Deb Olson will outline her goals.

Members of the Clinton city Council will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Council chambers at City Hall.  Council members will consider formal approval of Anita Dalton as Finance Director for the City.

The council will consider the first reading of an ordinance amending the truck route as detailed in the City Ordinances.  The council will also consider action that would not allow short-term voluntary discontinuation of City-provided sold waste services.

The Council will meet as a “Committee of the Whole” after the regular session. They will be considering a recommendation from the Rules & Regulations committee concerning alcohol enforcement relating to persons under 21 years of age. The council will also consideration a referral from the City Services Committee to change the name of Liberty Avenue.  The council will also hear about the results of the input receive last week on the city’s strategic plan

Tuesday will also be the meeting day for the Clinton Public Library Board.  They meet at 5:15 at the main library.

The Clinton County Area Solid Waste Commission meets on Thursday at 6:30.  Among the items on the agenda is an update on several recycling issues including ‘single stream recycling’ and glass recycling.