City Council to Take Up New Auditorium Proposal

IT’S A WORK SESSION MONDAY FOR THE BURLINGTON CITY COUNCIL, WITH 10 ITEMS ON THE “DISCUSSION” PORTION OF THE AGENDA.

 

TOPICS TO BE CONSIDERED…BUT NOT VOTED UPON…INCLUDE COUNCILMAN SHANE MCCAMPBELL’S PROPOSAL TO SHUT DOWN MEMORIAL AUDITORIUM FOR THREE YEARS AND PUT AWAY THE SAVINGS TO USE FOR A NEW POLICE STATION…

 

 

OTHER DISCUSSION ITEMS INCLUDE HOW-BEST TO DEAL WITH THE EMERALD ASH BORER…THE COST OF PROVIDING HEALTH-CARE TO CITY EMPLOYEES…A NEW T-V DISPOSAL PROGRAM AT THE LANDFILL…AND A PROPOSED PARKING LEASE WITH THE BURLINGTON APARTMENTS. TODAY’S(MON) MEETING IS AT 4:30 ON THE THIRD FLOOR OF CITY HALL AND THE PUBLIC IS WELCOME TO ATTEND.

 

THE BURLINGTON SCHOOL BOARD MEETS TONITE(MON) AT 7 AND SUPERINTENDENT JANE EVANS WILL GIVE A POWER-POINT PRESENTATION ABOUT WHAT PROGRAMS THE DISTRICT HAS, TO PREVENT BULLYING. SEVERAL PARENTS COMPLAINED ABOUT THEIR CHILDREN BEING BULLIED AT SCHOOL AND THE BOARD DIRECTED EVANS TO COME BACK TONITE(MON) WITH A REPORT ON HOW THE DISTRICT DEALS WITH SUCH INCIDENTS. THE BOARD TONITE(MON) WILL ALSO DISCUSS THE POSSIBILITY OF ADDING CO-ED SOCCER AT THE MIDDLE SCHOOLS NEXT SPRING.

 

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