The Taylorville City Council will meet on Monday at 7 PM. The Council will have a fairly lengthy closed session, recognize the 7th Grade Girls Basketball Team, and review some ordinances. The council will discuss and potentially approve ordinances for annual abatement, personal property concerning some John Deere tractors, paid leave for all workers act for Taylorville, and rules for remote meetings.
The council will look at a motion for the Christian County Economic Development Corporation, and city hall parking improvements. There are no committee reports to review, but the council will hear from the City Attorney and Taylorville Mayor Bruce Barry.
After hearing from the public, the council will go into a closed session. During the closed session, the council will discuss salaries and a lawsuit between Julie Lilly and Police Chief Dwayne Wheeler concerning an incident that took place on September 27th.
Stay tuned to Regional Radio News for more following the conclusion of this meeting.