CLINTON — The Clinton City Council will conduct two public hearings at the beginning of its regular council meeting Tuesday.

The first will be a hearing regarding the proposed voluntary annexation of 8.91 acres of land owned by the Clinton School District located at Dunn Road and U.S. 30. It is the site of the district’s transportation facilities.

The second is in regard to the vacation and conveyance of the 2400 block of Liberty Avenue to Archer Daniels Midland. ADM wants the street so the company can construct a new feed loading station there.

Also on the agenda for the regular meeting is:

• the first consideration of an ordinance providing for the vacation and conveyance of 4,576 square feet of Buell Avenue right-of-way;

• a resolution consenting to the assignment of the dock lease for the riverfront dock site adjacent to and extending 300 feet north of the City of Clinton Showboat from the Mississippi Belle II Employees Ownership Co. to Wild Rose Clinton;

• a resolution rescinding resolution No. 06-253 ordering construction of improvement, set hearing and directing and advertisement for bids for the Riverview Park Bandshell project;

• a resolution accepting a one-year collective bargaining agreement with the Clinton Police Department Bargaining Unit;

• a resolution fixing the date for a meeting on the authorization of a loan and disbursement agreement and the issuance of not to exceed $2,804,000 sewer revenue capital loan notes of Clinton and providing for publication of notice thereof;

• a resolution accepting the annual financial and audit report for fiscal year 2004-2005;

• a resolution supporting the Lions International Club’s request to place a sign at the foot of the Iowa 136 bridge on 19th Avenue North;

• a resolution providing a 90-day extension of the temporary part-time position of incident report intake specialist in the Clinton Police Department;

• resolutions approving well permit applications for Archer Daniels Midland Co. construction well Nos. 4, 5 and 6;

• a resolution establishing a truck route map;

• a resolution approving the waiver of the purchasing policy for the purchase of a crisis communications system for the police department; and

• a resolution adopting a security information policy.

In unfinished business, the council will hear a report on the status and priority of North River Drive.

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