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Preview the Week of June 10 Meetings

Committees meet this week to discuss 4th of July fireworks application, transportation improvements between 87th St. and the Village, and accessory dwelling units
Post Date:06/10/2019 6:00 AM

Standing Council Committees meet at City Hall in the Committee meeting rooms located on the 2nd floor on the second and last Tuesday of each month. Committee start times can vary. All meetings are open to the public. Public comment is welcome in discussions at the committee level at the discretion of the committee chair.

Draft agendas are posted on Friday evenings, and final agendas are posted the day before a meeting. You can view all meetings, minutes, and videos of certain meetings online.

Notable topics during the week of June 10 include:

  • Government Affairs (June 11, 6 pm) will review several liquor license applications, fireworks application for 4th of July in Hart Park, and proposed changes to the municipal code regarding private fireworks
  • Transportation Affairs (June 11, 6:30 pm) will review options for transportation improvements for Watertown Plank Road/Harwood Avenue between 87th St and the Village
  • Community Affairs (June 11, 7:30 pm) will review the proposed changes to the code regarding accessory dwelling units





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