The Union Recorder


April 22, 2014

City Council meets today

MILLEDGEVILLE — Milledgeville City Council will hold a work session at 5 p.m. today at City Hall executive chambers. The agenda includes:

• opening of meeting by mayor;

• presentation on 101 South Wayne St. building renovations;

• presentation from Oconee River Greenway Authority;

• adjourn.

After the work session Council will hold its regularly scheduled meeting at 6:30 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall. The agenda includes:

• opening of meeting by mayor - prayer; Pledge of Allegiance;

• adoption of April 8, 2014 Council meeting minutes;

• old business;

• new business - Ordinance O-1404-006 - First reading of an ordinance amending the land Development Code to rezone approximately 11.79 Acres located at 361 Doles Boulevard from AR to PD; Ordinance O-1404-007 - First reading of an ordinance amending to Land Development Code to rezone approximately 1.55 acres located at 335 Millage Avenue from SFR2 to PD; Ordinance O-1404-008 - First reading of an ordinance amending the Land Development Code to rezone approximately .37 acres located at 351-A Doles Boulevard from SFR2 to PD; Ordinance O-1404-009 - First reading of an ordinance amending the Land Development Code to rezone approximately 54 acres located at 700 Nelson Road from SFD to PD; Resolution R-1404-016 - Authorize a contract with Pyrotecnico to provide a fireworks display for Independence Day•

n adjourn.


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