With new laws that require municipalities to allow wireless antennas and other structures in the public right-of-way, Farmington city officials will on Monday review a proposed ordinance that gives them a little control over the process.
Council members will talk about the Wireless Facilities in Right-of-Way ordinance during their 6 p.m. study session and 7 p.m. meeting. The study session agenda also includes discussion of request for proposals for the 2019 – 2021 audit.
During their regular meeting, council members will consider an event permit for an egg hunt in Riley Park, a proclamation for Public Safety Sergeant Reginald Madeline, a bid award for additional public surveillance cameras around downtown Farmington, a resolution and funding for the US-16 Drain rehabilitation project, acceptance of an Oakland County West Nile Grant, and a proclamation for Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month.
Review the agendas and supporting materials for both meetings at farmgov.com/City-Services/Government/Agendas-and-Minutes/City-Council/2019.aspx