The Kewanee City Council will meet tonight at 7 Pm at Kewanee City Hall for the latest Kewanee City Council Meeting and it will be broadcast live on the WKEI Facebook page starting at 7 Pm. On the agenda tonight, Wethersfield School officials will discuss their plans for an agricultural learning lab and greenhouse at 218 Garfield Street. A precedent could be set tonight at the City Council Meeting as the council will decide if the owners of an empty lot where a bar once stood can be awarded a continuance of non-conforming use permit without a building in place. City Engineer Scott Hinton is set to deliver his first presentation to the council as City Engineer, discussing the Waste Water Treatment Plant. Public Works Operations Manager Rod Johnson will present to the council regarding Recycling. Grounds Maintenance Manager Kevin Newton will be before the council for the discussion of whether the City of Kewanee will be raising rates at municipally owned cemetaries. And finally, Mayor Gary Moore will read a proclamation honoring the Kewanee League of Women Voters for their 100 year Anniversary. Here is a link to the City Council packet with details on all of the items on tonight's agenda.
a) Consideration of an Ordinance granting a Special Use permit to Wethersfield School for an
agricultural learning lab and greenhouse for property located at 218 E Garfield St.
b) Consideration of a Resolution granting a continuance of non-conforming use to Road House
Properties / William Prather 801 N East Street for the operation of a Bar & Grill.
c) Presentation on WWTP repairs by City Engineer Scott Hinton
d) Discussion in regards to City of Kewanee Recycling program by Rod Johnson
e) Consideration of an Ordinance amending Section 92.06 Rates and Charges of Chapter 92
f) Proclamation to Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of The League of Women Voters