Several Ordinances To Be Addressed During Wayne City Council June 1

WAYNE – With the start of a new month, Wayne City Councilmembers will host their first of two regularly scheduled meetings in June tonight.

From the Council Chambers inside the City Hall located at 306 Pearl Street, the meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. this evening.

An action item will be addressed early in the meeting pertaining to closing 2nd Street from Main Street east to the west side of the alley on Saturday, July 10 from 6 a.m. until the start of the Chicken Show Parade for the Kiwanis Club Omelet Feed. This in the same request from 2019 for the event taking place prior to the start of the Wayne Chicken Show parade. The group has also provided the necessary Certificate of Insurance naming the City of Wayne as an additional insured.

Several ordinances will follow on the agenda.

The tabled agenda item for a third and final reading pertaining to building regulations with more adjustments being made from prior meetings will be brought forward.

Others include second readings to amend the zoning map for lot 3 in the southeast addition from I-1 Light Industrial and Manufacturing to R-4 Residential and amend a Wayne Municipal code. Councilmembers will also look to amend another Wayne Municipal Code dealing with Public Administration and Public Participation.

The resolution of adopting of City Administrator Employment Agreement will also be addressed.

Council will then take action on setting a date, time and place for their next mini-retreat in late June.

Also, make note that there’ll be a town hall meeting on Tuesday, June 8 at 7 p.m. at the Community Activity Center regarding the 2021 Community Attitude Survey & Renovation of the Old Bathhouse.

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