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City Council Meeting

Meeting Title:
City Council Meeting
Tuesday, December 06, 2022
7:00 pm
Town Hall
Background Documents
00 Agenda 12062022

06a RecommendofAward-Colliers Engineering and Design Willow Brook Road Water Main Relocation

06b ARPA PA Grant Application Resolution Applebutter Rd

06c Transfer of Funds-Gasoline

08a Bill No. 26-2022 Solar Energy FINAL DRAFT Ordinance changes 11-9-22

08b Bill No. 27-2022 Proposed Ordinance Amend Art 933  Recycling Fees

09a Bill No. 39-2022  Zoning Text Amendments -Miscellaneous

09b Bill No. 40-2022  Zoning Text Amendment-Design Standards

10a Approve Contract-Colliers Engineering and Design-Willow Brook Road Water Main Relocation

10b Approve Grant-ARPA PA-Applebutter Road

10c Approve Golf Fees

10c Exhibit A-Golf Fees

10d TOF Authorizing Funds Transfer-Gasoline

10e COA 102 East Fourth Street

10f COA 326 Polk Street

10g COA 707 East Fourth Street

10h COA 306 South New Street

BETHLEHEM CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS ARE CURRENTLY OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AND YOU MAY ATTEND COUNCIL MEETINGS IN PERSON.  All Bethlehem City Council meetings take place in the Town Hall Rotunda Building at 10 East Church Street and are generally held on the first and third Tuesday of each month, starting at 7:00 PM. Depending on holidays and election days, some meetings occur on Wednesdays or earlier in the night. Please check dates and times for individual meetings.  

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