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Town Council to vote on ’09-10 budget Tuesday

After holding a second public hearing on its Five Year Capital Improvements Plan, Pulaski Town Council will vote Tuesday night whether to adopt the CIP and 2009-10 fiscal year budget.
The second public hearing on the CIP was needed due to problems with the initial advertisement of the plan. No one from the public spoke on the CIP during a public hearing held earlier this month.
Tuesday’s public hearing will be part of council’s monthly work session, which starts at 5 p.m. and is held in the Senior Center building on North Washington Avenue.
Other items on the agenda Tuesday include:
• A presentation on a “Saved By The Belt Award,” a program of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance that recognizes commercial vehicle drivers whose lives were saved or whose injuries were reduced due to the use of a safety belt during a crash.
• Updates on a number of projects, including a potential boundary adjustment, the Southeast Revitalization Grant, nanotechnology, the train station and museum, blight, a campaign for unveiling the town’s Vision Plan, revisions to a Loving Field lease agreement, and a lien on the Oddfellows Lodge property at 605 First St. Southeast.
• Appointments to town committees and boards.
• The status of the Brockmeyer Train Agreement.
• Approval of a special exception to allow light manufacturing at 1040 East Main St.
• Approval of several resolutions council advised staff to develop during its last meeting.
• Consideration of reducing the cut off time for water service from 10 to seven days for nonpayment.
• An update on the sewer odor problem in Bob White Boulevard section of the town.

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Town Council to vote on ’09-10 budget Tuesday

After holding a second public hearing on its Five Year Capital Improvements Plan, Pulaski Town Council will vote Tuesday night whether to adopt the CIP and 2009-10 fiscal year budget.
The second public hearing on the CIP was needed due to problems with the initial advertisement of the plan. No one from the public spoke on the CIP during a public hearing held earlier this month.
Tuesday’s public hearing will be part of council’s monthly work session, which starts at 5 p.m. and is held in the Senior Center building on North Washington Avenue.
Other items on the agenda Tuesday include:
• A presentation on a “Saved By The Belt Award,” a program of the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance that recognizes commercial vehicle drivers whose lives were saved or whose injuries were reduced due to the use of a safety belt during a crash.
• Updates on a number of projects, including a potential boundary adjustment, the Southeast Revitalization Grant, nanotechnology, the train station and museum, blight, a campaign for unveiling the town’s Vision Plan, revisions to a Loving Field lease agreement, and a lien on the Oddfellows Lodge property at 605 First St. Southeast.
• Appointments to town committees and boards.
• The status of the Brockmeyer Train Agreement.
• Approval of a special exception to allow light manufacturing at 1040 East Main St.
• Approval of several resolutions council advised staff to develop during its last meeting.
• Consideration of reducing the cut off time for water service from 10 to seven days for nonpayment.
• An update on the sewer odor problem in Bob White Boulevard section of the town.

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