The Clinton City Council will meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the City Hall Council Chambers.
On the agenda are two public hearings. The first is a public hearing for the adoption of new ward boundaries necessitated by new census data. The new lines shift the boundary between wards one and two north, but otherwise do not change drastically.
The second public hearing is about a proposed amendment to the zoning regulations for the Liberty Square development. The amendment restricts types of signage for any future businesses that wish to move to the development.
The council will also vote on a resolution establishing an “Adopt-a Park” program, and will vote on proposed 2012 summer dockage rates for the Clinton Marina. The council also plans to vote on a resolution establishing a designated Title II implementation coordinator to help with the city’s transition into ADA compliance.
Two of the six proposed amendments to the HDR Engineering contract will also be voted on at the meeting. One resolution would approve an expanded training program for wastewater treatment plant operators, and the other would allow the engineering firm to study flooding issues at Alliant Energy Field.