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Regular meeting of Columbia City Council is tonight at 6:00 p.m.


Mostly zoning matters in December 6, 2004 session at City Hall

The regular December meeting of the Columbia City Council, tonight, Monday, December 6, 2004, will be mostly concerned with two zoning matters and an ordinance which will give Council sanction for a change in the late charge fee at Columbia Utilities which has been in effect since September 2002.

City Clerk Jane Akin Keltner said that the Columbia Utilities Commission had altered the day for a late payment penalty.

Council action is necessary to make the action official, she said, and that is why the item is on the agenda tonight. "It's just a formality," she said.

Agenda
  1. Motion to approve minutes of November 1, and 23, 2004 meetings
  2. Citizens comments
  3. City Attorney to read letter from Zoning Commission related to a text change in C-1 Business District
  4. Motion to accept Zoning Commissioin Recommendation
  5. Intoduce for 1st reading following ordinance: Ordinance No. 920.63, An Ordinance amending the Text of the Columbia Zoning Regulations
  6. City Attorney gives 1st reading to ordinance No. 920.63. No vote required.
  7. Introduce for 1st reading the following ordinance: Ordinance No. 610.59, amending Ordinance No. 610.52, to amend the late charge date (as discussed by Columbia Utilities Commission on September 12, 2002) to customers of the water, sewer, and gas system for the City of Columbia, Kentucky
  8. City Attorney gives 1st reading to Ordinance No. 610.59. No vote required.
  9. Mayor Announcements
  10. Council announcements
  11. Motion to adjourn

By custom, Councilman Joe A. Moore makes the motion to adjourn. No second is needed on this motion.


This story was posted on 2004-12-06 13:21:22
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