Council to Consider Fire Pits

The Burlington City Council meets today(Mon) at 5:30 and will hold several public hearings —

One on a new ordinance that would allow recreational fire pits under certain conditions, another that would change the zoning of four blocks in the Brooks-Osborn Street area from light manufacturing to residential, and a third that would allow schools, churches and other institutions to install signs up to 12-feet high.

Members will also be asked to support the Case plant’s applications for tax credits that would allow the company to add 50 new jobs, and the Council will vote on a change that would allow certain advisory boards to include some members who don’t live in the city.

The public is welcome at tonight’s meeting.