City Council Meeting

Meeting Title:
City Council Meeting
Tuesday, July 05, 2022
7:00 pm
Town Hall
Background Documents
00 Agenda 07052022

01 PH Memo- 2022 CDBG HOME Final

02 PH Southside LERTA District II-Establish Article 343

06a City Planning Commission-LERTA

06b RecommendofAward-Grace Industries, Inc. Minsi Trail Siphon South Access Improvements

06c Special Event Parking Musikfest 2022

06d Memo and Proposed Chicken Ordinance

06e UGI Right-of-Way Agreement for Gas Regulator Station-Ullman Park

06f Tower Lease Amd 5 - New Cingular South Mountain Park

09a Bill No. 14-2022 Ordinance-2022 Southside LERTA II

10a Approve Contract-Grace Industries, Inc.-Minsi Trail Siphon South Access Improvements

10b Approve Musikfest 2022 Spec Event Parking Resolution

10c Approve Resolution - UGI - Gas Regulator Station at Ullman Park

10d Approve Resolution - Lease Amd 5 - New Cingular South Mountain Park

0e COA 1200 Spring Street

10f COA 925 Prospect Avenue

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