Seven rezoning requests, allowing more outdoor live music at Prairie Street Live, two property vacation requests and claiming a standard allowance for ARPA funds.
Putting $100,000 toward pandemic aid for small nonprofits, 11 rezoning requests, and more.
A retention package for emergency dispatchers, a city-wide employee compensation adjustment, eight rezoning requests, renaming the city’s Black heritage commission and more.
Rezoning property on North Futrall Drive and on Rupple Road, changes to the city’s flood damage prevention codes and two property vacation requests.
Extending the short-term rental grace period again, re-drawing the city’s ward maps after population changes, and more.
Selling land to Peace at Home Family Shelter, approving funding for Seven Hills Homeless Center, and consideration of five rezoning requests.
Relaunching a vaccine incentive program and creating a COVID sick leave bank for city employees, a temporary mask mandate, changes to the city’s short-term rental rules, and more.
Changes to the city’s accessory dwelling units law, changes to the council’s rules of order and procedure, several rezonings and an application for a residential planned zoning district.
Rezoning 5 acres on Deane Solomon Road, rezoning about 10 acres on Double Springs Road, one-time bonuses for city employees, and more.
On the agenda: Reconsideration of a failed change order resolution for the downtown parking deck.
Annexing and rezoning 100 acres off Black Oak Road, renaming a street in honor of Stephen Carr, an updated contract for the downtown parking deck and more.
Extending the start-up period for short-term rentals, ending the mask mandate, annexing and rezoning 100 acres off Black Oak Road, allowing temporary outdoor refreshment areas with special event permits, and more.
Filling a vacancy on the City Council in Ward 2, increasing the short-term rental grace period by three months, and several rezoning requests.
Two appeals, three rezoning requests, correcting a staff mistake to the CS zoning district, and giving council members access to the city’s insurance plans.
Authorizing a recycling company to legally expand, approving the 2021 millage levy, reducing residential speed limits to 20 mph, and more.