The Clinton City Council will meet in regular session Tuesday night with two public hearings topping the agenda.
They include on for transit grant applications and another for the plans, specifications, form of contract and estimate of cost fot he US 67 Roadway Rehabilitation Phase II.
Action on the transit grant application would allow Mayor Mark Vulich, on behalf of the Clinton Municipal Transit Administration to apply for $197,574 from the State Transit Assistance Program $561,468 in federal formula funds for transit in nonurbaized areas, including transit serving primarily elderly people and people with disabilities, and $1.086 million from statewide federal capital assistance for transit to upgrade its bus fleet.
A resolution accepting the bid and award ing the bid and awarding the contract for the US 67 project will be considered by the council after that public hearing. That bid, the only one received for the project according to city documents, is for $1,237,912 from Determann Asphalt Paving of Camanche.
The council also will consider the first reading of an ordinance revising a code concerning appointments and conflicts of interest.
Resolutions include fixing a date for a meeting on the authorization of a loan and disbursement agreement and the issuance of not to exceed $1,279,000 in sewer revenue capital loan notes and providing for the publication notice thereof; the official endorsement of the Clinton County Development Application for the Mississippi River Trail Resurfacing Project; authorizing construction of improvement, setting public hearing and directing advertisement for bids on the 17th and 18th Avenue North Sewer Separation Project; approving the hiring of Attorneys Hannafan and Hannafan to provide legal services related to the preparation and filing of suit in Clinton County District Court; establishing a public hearing for a land easement to the Clinton Business Park Development Corp.; authoring transfer of canine unit dog Neiko to police officer Benjamin Huizenga; approving the city of Clinton large item pickup to be scheduled for two weeks beginning Aug 13; declaring surplus property and approving Advisory Appointments Committee recommendations to Boards and Commissions.
The Clinton City Council Committee of the Whole will hear:
• a traffic study commission referral concerning implementation of 10-minute parking signs at 250 20th Ave. North.
•the recommendation of the city administrator for hiring a fire chief to replace retiring chief Mark Regenwether; and updates from city administration. The city council meeting will begin at 7 p.m. The committee of the whole will follow.