City to have relatively light agenda

YORK – The York City Council will have a relatively light agenda this week, when they convene in regular session.

They will consider conditional approval of a proposal from Tilley Sprinklers & Landscaping for an irrigation project at the soccer complex. This, however, is contingent upon a signed lease agreement with the York County Ag Society for the soccer complex property.

They will also declare surplus city property and authorize the disposition of that property.

An estimate from NMC for a rebuild of a street department loader will be considered. It came in with a price tag of $101,044.

They will hold a public hearing on a preliminary and final plat.

And they will consider the mayoral reappointments of Aaron Burger to the Housing Agency, as well as the reappointments of Mark Way and Pete Cordes to the Civil Service Commission.

The meeting, which is always open to the public, starts at 5:30 p.m., in the council chambers.


Thanks for reading this article. content is free and never behind a paywall.
We believe in trustworthy, local journalism that is accessible to everyone.