City officials from Farmington and Farmington Hills will meet on February 11, 6 p.m., with the Farmington Community Library’s Board of Trustees.
Held in the Community Room at Farmington Hills City Hall, the meeting is open to the public. An update from the library board is only agenda item.
Farmington Community Library, a district library, serves Farmington and Farmington Hills. Eight trustees, four appointed by each city council, oversee library operations. Last year, a wave of resignations followed the replacement of long-time trustee Bruce Lazar, who represented Farmington Hills.
Farmington Hills regular meeting agenda
Farmington Hills City Council also holds a regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, which includes agenda items from a meeting canceled last month due to inclement weather.
Officials will consider a Notice of Intent to issue up to $25 million in Capital Improvement Bonds. Proceeds will fund the renovation of Harrison High School as a community center and may also fund building repairs at the Costick Activities Center.
The amount is based on estimated costs; officials ultimately may spend less, but not more.
The notice starts the clock on a 45-day referendum period, during which residents can bring the bond issue to a vote with petitions signed by at least 10 percent of registered voters.
Council members will also consider several resolutions, board and commission appointments. and a longer term for a joint task force looking at municipal broadband services. Meeting agendas are posted at fhgov.com.