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Revisions to ordinances on Council agenda

Possible revisions to several town ordinances are among items on the agenda for Tuesday afternoon’s Pulaski Town Council work session.
The council will discuss three town ordinances dictating how the town deals with noise, inoperable vehicles, and weeds and grass.
In his summary of agenda items, Town Manager John Hawley points out that reviewing current ordinances, such as those pertaining to inoperable vehicles and lawn maintenance, is one step in achieving its goal of addressing blight within town borders. Blight is one of the goals in the town’s new Vision plan for the town through 2029.
Hawley also is scheduled to give an update on town projects currently in the works, including the potential boundary adjustment, the Southeast Revitalization grant, Project NEEMO (Nanomaterials for Energy, Environmental, and Medical Operations), the train station rebuild and sprinkler system insurance coverage, the new Raymond F. Ratcliffe Memorial Museum, and the town’s campaign for officially unveiling its 2029 Vision and Priorities plan to the citizens.
Other items on the agenda include:
• Authorization to apply for SPARC (Sponsoring Partnerships and Revitalizing Communities) funds for the upcoming year.
• Appointment of a town representative to the New River Valley Agency on Aging.
• Update of the Virginia First Regional Industrial Development Authority, which owns the Commerce Park on Route 100 near the airport.
• Discussion of pre-employment and annual physicals for members of Pulaski Fire Department.
• Consideration of re-adoption of a Mutual Aid Agreement between Pulaski Police Department and Pulaski County and the Town of Dublin.
The meeting begins at 5 p.m. at the Senior Center on Washington Avenue, across from the Pulaski Post Office.
The Aug. 18 work session will be held at 5 p.m. at the Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority office on Mason Street at Fairlawn. Council members are slated to take a tour of the facility.

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Revisions to ordinances on Council agenda

Possible revisions to several town ordinances are among items on the agenda for Tuesday afternoon’s Pulaski Town Council work session.
The council will discuss three town ordinances dictating how the town deals with noise, inoperable vehicles, and weeds and grass.
In his summary of agenda items, Town Manager John Hawley points out that reviewing current ordinances, such as those pertaining to inoperable vehicles and lawn maintenance, is one step in achieving its goal of addressing blight within town borders. Blight is one of the goals in the town’s new Vision plan for the town through 2029.
Hawley also is scheduled to give an update on town projects currently in the works, including the potential boundary adjustment, the Southeast Revitalization grant, Project NEEMO (Nanomaterials for Energy, Environmental, and Medical Operations), the train station rebuild and sprinkler system insurance coverage, the new Raymond F. Ratcliffe Memorial Museum, and the town’s campaign for officially unveiling its 2029 Vision and Priorities plan to the citizens.
Other items on the agenda include:
• Authorization to apply for SPARC (Sponsoring Partnerships and Revitalizing Communities) funds for the upcoming year.
• Appointment of a town representative to the New River Valley Agency on Aging.
• Update of the Virginia First Regional Industrial Development Authority, which owns the Commerce Park on Route 100 near the airport.
• Discussion of pre-employment and annual physicals for members of Pulaski Fire Department.
• Consideration of re-adoption of a Mutual Aid Agreement between Pulaski Police Department and Pulaski County and the Town of Dublin.
The meeting begins at 5 p.m. at the Senior Center on Washington Avenue, across from the Pulaski Post Office.
The Aug. 18 work session will be held at 5 p.m. at the Pepper’s Ferry Regional Wastewater Treatment Authority office on Mason Street at Fairlawn. Council members are slated to take a tour of the facility.

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