City Council Agenda

MENDON CITY COUNCIL AGENDA

THURSDAY, February 11, 2021

AT THE MENDON CITY HALL

6:00PM

City Council Agenda: 

  • Pledge of Allegiance – Bob Jepsen
  • Prayer – Ron Campbell
  • Approval of Minutes                                                                                                             
  • Approval of Bills
  • Highway 23-30 Expansion-UDOT Rep. & Tiffany Carlson, Avenue Consultants
  • Deputy Travis Clark- Law Enforcement Liaison
  • Eric Dursteler – City Engineer
  • Kirk Taylor – Public Works Director
  • Phil Zobell-Planning & Zoning Report
  • Councilmembers Reports:
    • Greg Taylor-

youth council, buildings, mosquito abatement, deer & turkey management

  • Ian Nemelka-

Planning and Zoning Liaison, streets, animal control, grant writing

  • Ron Campbell-

Park & Recreation, Emergency Preparedness, Trails, Library Liaison, Planning and Zoning.

  • Jon Hardman-

Culinary water, Secondary water systems liaison, Storm water management, Fire Department

  • Bob Jepsen-

Easter Egg Hunt, May Day, Cemetery, Fire Department.

  • Mayor Buist-

Administration, school liaison, law enforcement, July 24th celebration

Agenda items should be sent to the Mendon City Clerk on or before the Friday preceding City Council.  This will allow posting of a complete agenda for all residents to view.  To include an item on the agenda, contact Traci Hillyard @ 753-3449 or cityclerk@mendoncity.org.

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