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Monday, June 28, 2010

City Council 'retreat' today; special meeting with PMUA tonight



Plainfield's City Council will meet in 'retreat' mode this afternoon at City Hall Library. While there is no agenda available, it should be interesting, if only because there seems to have been push-and-pull over both the meeting's location and agenda.


Attendees may learn more of what that was about -- or maybe not.

This evening's Special Meeting takes up liquor license renewals (the double stabbing reported in today's paper took place outside El Palacio, a relatively new bar on West Front Street -- see story here), a meeting with the PMUA commissioners and senior staff, and normally routine end-of-year budget matters that may strike sparks if Library funding becomes an issue.

A visit to the City Clerk's office on Friday found public notices as follows --

SPECIAL COUNCIL BUSINESS MEETING
Monday · June 28 · 7:00 PM

City Hall Library
Topics: Annual liquor license renewals; Joint meeting with PMUA Commissioners and staff.

COUNCIL RETREAT (PART 1)
Monday · June 28 · 1:00 - 5:00 PM

The City Council will meet in a retreat format, including discussions with Mayor Sharon Robinson-Briggs and members of the Administration. This is a public meeting of the full governing body.

At the Neighborhood Health Center, 1700 Myrtle Avenue.
UPDATE: Location changed to City Hall Library.


COUNCIL RETREAT (PART 2)
Wednesday · June 30 · 1:00 - 5:00 PM

The City Council will meet in a retreat format, including discussions with Mayor Sharon Robinson-Briggs and members of the Administration. This is a public meeting of the full governing body.

At the Neighborhood Health Center, 1700 Myrtle Avenue.
UPDATE: Location changed to City Hall Library.



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