Governor Warner Mansion interim director Mary Jeanne Shore will talk to Farmington officials during a 6 p.m. council special meeting about activities at the city-owned museum.
The city contracted with Shore in August; she will remain in the position through December 31.
Also during the 6 p.m. meeting, council members will discuss spending roughly $27,000 to move forward with Farmington Hills in implementing a new software for email and other applications. A vote on the expenditure, an amendment to this year’s budget, is on the agenda for the 7 p.m. regular meeting.
At that time, officials will also consider:
- Refinancing bonds in order to save $750,000
- Approving payments for the Shiawassee Road storm sewer repair; construction on Flanders Street, Lilac Street, and Chesley Street; and the Shiawassee streambank stabilization project.
- Purchasing and installation of 400 water meters for homes and businesses east of Farmington Road to the east city limit, from Freedom Road to Grand River
To view the full agenda and supporting materials, visit ci.farmington.mi.us/City-Services/Government/Agendas-and-Minutes/City-Council/2019.aspx