The Marshall City Council is scheduled to meet this evening at 5:30PM.

The Council will consider the approval of the special and regular meetings on November 14th.

The Council will hold an improvement hearing on the South Whitney Street Reconstruction Project from East College Drive to Jean Avenue. This project consists of reconstruction of the sidewalk, roadways and utility replacement on South Whitney Street from East College Drive to Jean Avenue. All public utilities will be replaced, including watermain, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer on South Whitney Street. Other items of work included in this project are pavement removal, aggregate base, bituminous surfacing, sidewalks, curb and gutter, and other minor work. The total estimated cost of the project is $2,403,000.00 and construction is scheduled to begin in April 2024 if the resolution passes.

The Council will also hold a public hearing on the adoption of an ordinance amending the city code related to zoning.

During the consent agenda, the council will consider a resolution accepting Jonathan Monterroso as a member of the PERA Public Employees Police and Fire Plan.

The council will also consider the approval of the Joint Powers Agreement with the Brown-Lyon-Redwood-Renville Drug Task Force.

The council will consider the approval of an annual liquor license for El Rancho and Brau Brothers.

The council will consider the approval of an Off-Sale 3.2% Malt Liquor License for Family Dollar.

The council will consider the authorization to declare vehicles as surplus property for the Marshall Police Department.

The council will consider the approval of bills and project payments.

New business includes:

Call for a public hearing regarding a proposed tax abatement for Rebound Partners.

Adoption of an ordinance that would rezone a family residence on London Road.

Channel Parkway Pavement Replacement Project.

Intersection Control Evaluation at Susan Drive and US Highway 59 Frontage Road.

Consider resolution to accept the results of the special election held on November 7th.

Adoption of an ordinance amending an existing ordinance in regards to the extension of the sales tax.

An agreement that would grant the city a license to use the parking facility for public parking and access to the future Marshall Aquatic Center.

Council members will give their reports and hear staff reports from the City Administrator, City Engineer, and City Attorney.