Taylorville City Council will meet tonight for their last regular meeting in November. The FFA will be recognized for their outstanding performances at Nationals. After review of omnibus minutes, the council will review ordinances. Among the ordinances discussed will be limiting the number of liquor licenses, increasing fees for cigarette and tobacco dealer’s licenses, adding stop signs at Knute Rockne Drive and Western Avenue, and approving some BDD agreements. The council will look at a resolution adding a new vehicle to Exhibit A of a Master Lease Agreement with the Taylorville Fire Department.
There will be some low bids for materials brought to the council and a motion for some professional services for the Airport Project. The council will hear from the City Attorney and Taylorville Mayor Bruce Barry.
Under committee reports, the council will look to approve the purchase of a riding lawn mower for the cemetery, approve insurance coverage and some worker's compensation policies, and ordinance for remote meetings attendance for city council members. The council will finish by hearing from the public and holding a closed session for negotiating between the city and local fire and police employees.
Stay tuned to Regional Radio News for more following the conclusion of this meeting.