published: Sunday, July 01, 2012
Sebring City Council plans to tackle Fire Assessment Resolution at upcoming meeting
By SAMANTHA GHOLAR
SEBRING -- Council members and staff will discuss only new business at Sebring's first July council meeting Tuesday evening.
No returning business is on the agenda, but council members will tackle the preliminary Fire Assessment Resolution as well as vote on a proposed executive session meeting for the Firefighter's Collective Bargaining negotiations.
The council will meet with the firefighter's union to discuss issues regarding wages and pension which have somewhat held up a portion of the city's tentative 2012-13 budget.
Other items including continued work on Circle Park will also be presented to council by City Administrator Scott Noethlich.
Circle Park has recently undergone numerous changes to improve the look and feel of the area. Earlier proposals to plant new trees in place of removed ones may be changed if council deems appropriate Tuesday.
Council members will also make a decision on what to do regarding the Special Events Manual presented during a previous council meeting.
The manual will be used by city officials as a guideline for interested individuals and organizations that plan to hold a function at Circle Park or in the Downtown area.
Sebring's City Council meeting will be held at City Hall July 3 beginning at 6 p.m.
Pensio pension pension (by: Orphan - 7/2/2012)
I am so tired of hearing about how the city has to fall in line with a union,
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