On the agendas

Sidney City Council

SIDNEY — The Sidney City Council will meet Monday, Sept. 25, at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers in the Municipal Building.

There will be presentations on the neighborhood beautification award and Marsy’s Law for Ohio.

It is expected for council to adopt two ordinances to levy special assessments for construction and replacement of certain curb and gutters in Sidney and to assess the cost of weed cutting or removal of litter or junk.

Council is expected to adopt six resolutions, and they are:

• To adopt the five-year financial plan;

• To reappoint Robert Baird to the income tax board of appeals;

• To reappoint John Garmhausen and Mary Ellen Paulus to the compensation commission;

• To accept the final plat for the Charles Cole subdivision;

• To authorize and direct the law director to initiate litigation against miscellaneous property owners in Sidney who have either failed to complete sanitary sewer lateral inspections or complete necessary repairs to the laterals.

• To authorize the granting of a license to CMJT, LLC for use in connection with the Piper building.

There will be a discussion on the ownership transfer of a C1 and C2 liquor permit to Jagat Petroleum, Inc., located at 2011 W. Michigan Ave.

Council will also go into an executive session to consider the purchase of property for public purposes and for pending or imminent court action.

New Knoxville Board of Education

NEW KNOXVILLE — The New Knoxville Board of Education will meet Monday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m. in the media center.

Reports will be given by the New Knoxville Education Association, principals and superintendent. The board is also expected to hire Sharon Wittler as a line judge and appoint Superintendent Kim Waterman as the district’s authorized representative for the account at First National Bank.