Farmington officials have two packed agendas for special and regular meetings held Monday, July 16, at Farmington City Hall, 23600 Liberty St.
During the 6 p.m. special meeting, officials will discuss language for a proposed millage rate request to be placed on the November 6 ballot. Last month, council members decided to maintain the city’s existing millage rate and ask voters to approve 3 mills, evenly split between the general fund and capital improvements.
With plans for a 115-unit apartment complex at the Maxfield Training Center site on the table, council members will also talk about finding “data driven solutions” for parking in the Warner/Thomas/School Street area.
The 7 p.m. agenda includes:
- a downward adjustment to water and sewer rates
- approval of the November 6 ballot language
- a proposal to update the city’s Master Plan
- an extension request for the former 47th District Courthouse property agreement
- appointment of Deputy City Clerk Mary Mullison to the position of City Clerk
- approval of an agreement with DTE to convert city streetlights to LEDs, at a cost of $136,470
You can view the full agendas and supporting materials on the city’s website.