Tuesday, May 17, 2011

City Council Meeting: May 17, 2011

Call to Order – 5:30 PM.

Roll Call

Pledge of Allegiance

Amendments to the Agenda

Public Hearing

  1. Seeking public comment regarding the proposed ordinance to allow home occupation businesses to operate by special use permit in R-1, R-2, and R-3 zones

Consent Agenda

The consent calendar consists of items that are considered to be routine in nature and will be enacted in the form of one motion. Any item can be removed from the consent calendar and heard in its regular order at the request of any council member or the mayor.

  1. Approve the minutes of the May 3, 2011 regular meeting
  2. Officer’s reports – Fire, Building, Library, Law Enforcement, & Finance
  3. Approve payment to M.V. Labs, Inc. in the amount of $18,530.62 for permit, industry, and drinking water testing
  4. Approve payment to Ovivo, LLC in the amount of $12,851.68 for chemicals for the wastewater treatment plant
  5. Claims

Citizen Correspondence, Issues & Reports

Ordinances – New Business

  1. Bill No. 567 – Amending Section 17.14.010 of the Jerome Municipal Code by allowing home occupation businesses to operate by special use permit in R-1, R-2, and R-3 zones - introduction
  2. Bill No. 568 – Amending sewer charges and fees – second reading


  1. Proclaiming May 15th-21st , 2011, as Police Week in the City of Jerome

City Council Discussion & Possible Action Items

  1. Award bid for the Sewer Piping Improvements from Brockman Lift Station to Victory Lane – Rick Wuori

2. Approve the Administration and Support Services Agreement between the City of Jerome and the Jerome Urban Renewal Agency – Micah Austin

  1. Approval to purchase Paint for Striping the streets in the amount of $10,376.00 – Walt Appell

Council Reports

City Administrative Report


1 comment:

  1. Hello,
    I was an exchange student in Jerome in 1984 and I am trying to track down a friend who used to work for a newspaper called North Side News. her name is Shelley Falconburg. Unfortunately I do not have her married name and could not track down the paper website either. What happened to this paper North Side News?