On the agendas


Upper Valley Career Center Board of Education

PIQUA — The Upper Valley Career Center Board of Education will meet Monday, Nov. 28, at 6 p.m. in the Adams Board Room.

The board will hear reports from Maria Brewer, board president; Eric Ditmer, board member; and Superintendent Dr. Nancy Luce. Reports will also be given about the Yellowstone Learning Experience and the Vet Science Program. Purchase orders, personnel items and donations are also on the agenda.

Sidney City Council

SIDNEY — The Sidney City Council will meet Monday, Nov. 28, at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers in the Municipal Building. They will hear a presentation on the street levy project update.

Council is expected to adopt three ordinances. They are for the amendment of sections of codified water, sewer, stormwater and solid waste collection rates; an ordinance assessing the cost of repair of a dangerous building; and for supplemental appropriations for 2016 and declaring an emergency.

Council will also be introduced to six ordinances, and they are:

• For making supplemental appropriations for 2016;

• To make an appropriation for expenditures for the city during the year ending Dec. 31, 2017.

• An amendment of a section of codified ordinances regarding personnel policies, procedures, and regulations;

• For the assessment of the cost of weed cutting and/or the removal of litter or junk;

• An amendment pertaining to the income tax code.

Council is expected to adopt two resolutions to accept the Wannemacher replat and for authorization of the city manager to enter into an agreement with the Shelby County Public Defender Commission.

They will also hold an executive session for pending or imminent court action.

Jackson Center Village Council

JACKSON CENTER — The Jackson Center Village Council will meet on Monday, Nov. 28, at 7 p.m. in council chambers in village hall. The agenda is full of legislative items the council must take action on for the village to proceed with business. They will read for the third time an ordinance dealing with job classifications and salary rates for village employees, and an ordinance establishing the budget for 2017.

In new business the council will consider legislation that will allow them to demolish property on West Pike Street and enter into a contract for engineering and architectural serives for the same property with the desire to build a two story office building to accommodate needed ratail office space for future economic development.

They’ll also conisder an ordinance to furnish fire protection to territory outside the village, and an ordinace to participate in the AMP Solar Project II. The council will hold a discussion about a refuse collection consortium contract, as well as hear reports from the various committees and village officials.

Edison State Board of Trustees

PIQUA — The Edison State Community College Board of Trustees will meet on Wednesday, Nov. 30 at 2:30 p.m.

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