Sidney City Council
SIDNEY — Sidney City Council will meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers.
Council will consider the adoption of an ordinance assessing the cost of weed-cutting and removal of junk.
Council will consider resolutions to adopt the five-year financial plan, reappoint Ralph Keister III to the Income Tax Board of Appeals, appoint Tom Miller to the Compensation Commission, authorize eminent domain for a temporary construction easement for improvements to Michigan Street, authorize payment of $1,190.50 to the Anna Rescue Squad, and waive the assessment of fees for mowing services at 320 Jefferson St.
Council will receive an update on House Bill 5 as it pertains to the municipal tax. Council also will go into an executive session to discuss preparing for negotiations or bargaining sessions with public employees and to consider the purchase of property for public purposes.
New Knoxville Board of Education
NEW KNOXVILLE — The New Knoxville Board of Education will meet Monday, Sept. 28, at 7 p.m. in the media center at the school.
Reports will be given by a representative of the New Knoxville Education Association, Principal Jenny Fledderjohann and Superintendent/Principal Kim Waterman. The board is expected to approve employment of several people, accept various donations and approve a five-year depository agreement with First National Bank.
Jackson Center Village Council
JACKSON CENTER — Jackson Center Village Council will meet Monday. Council will gather at 7 p.m. at the rescue building to meet with the Anna Rescue Squad and tour the building. Council’s regular meeting will start at 7:30 p.m. in the village offices.
Council will consider a resolution to accept the rates and amounts set by the Budget Commission and an ordinance to establish water and sewer rates.
Council will hear a report from Jackson Center Schools Superintendent Bill Reichert on the school building project and will go into an executive session to discuss the purchase or sale of real estate.