Molalla Dec. 12 City Council meeting includes public hearing
Molalla City Council members will meet on Dec. 12 for the last council meeting of 2018.
Probably the most important item on the list is a public hearing for the Wastewater Master Plan and Collection System Plan. The update to the current 17-year old plan will last for 20 years and contains answers to potential problems and methods to eliminate them occurring throughout those 20 years. It was passed unanimously by the Planning Commission at its Dec. 5 meeting.
The agenda includes a presentation by the Oregon Department of Transportation covering the Safety Audit Update that association completed for the intersection at Highway 213 and Toliver Road. It includes three different solutions: low, median and high cost that also will be expressed and why some of these remedies are better than others.
The councilors will vote on Ordinance 2018-25 for the Wastewater Master Plan and Collection System Plan as well as Resolution 2018-26 adopting an operations plan and fee schedule.
Under new business, the members will discuss and intergovernmental agreement with Clackamas County to administer a building codes review and potential support for the county seeking city support for its vehicle registration fee.
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