Ordinances on tap at council meeting
At its June 5 City Council meeting, Canby's mayor will proclaim June 30 as Canby Livability Day, which encourages citizens, organizations and neighborhood associations to select community service clean-up projects and activities that beautify the city before its slew of summer activities.
Clean-up sites will be announced at the meeting.
Through the consent agenda, council members will be reminded they have reappointed Doug Rykken to the bike and pedestrian committee, Scott Sasse to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, and Judi Jarosh to the Heritage and Landmark Commission.
They also granted a new in-house liquor license for Biscuits Café as well as an on- and off-premises liquor license for Wayward Hospitality for the new Wayward Sandwiches at the Dahlia.
Council members also will vote on three ordinances.
One of these will authorize the mayor and city administrator to amend its contract with MV Transportation, Inc. of Dallas, Texas for providing transit operations for Canby Area Transit (CAT).
Another, in a second reading, authorizes the mayor and city administrator to execute a contract with HMS Commercial Service, Inc. for HVAC improvements to the Canby Swim Center.
The third will authorize the mayor and city administrator to enter into a contract with Heard Farms for Wastewater sewage sludge removal and repealing all other ordinances authorizing a contract with Heard Farms.
Citizen input may be heard at the beginning and toward the end of the meeting, none is scheduled.
No new business is scheduled. However, there is a place setting for executive session.
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