Chillicothe City Council members will conduct a site visit of the new Hedrick Medical Center at 4 p.m., today (Monday), before gathering for their regularly-scheduled workshop to discuss progress of the new facility at 5:30 p.m., in the conference room at City Hall.
The workshop precedes the regular semi-monthly council meeting, which begins at 6:30 p.m., in the council chambers at City Hall. The agenda was announced Friday afternoon.
Two farming bids will be considered tonight: one for the airport farm ground and the other for the industrial park farm ground.
Council members will consider an ordinance regarding an airport aid agreement for a new ceilometer for the Automated Weather Observation System (AWOS) unit.
City Administrator Ike Holland will present an ordinance regarding a change order for the Chilli Bay water park project. The administrator will also lead discussion regarding moving the flag pole located near the aquatic center.
Several pieces of park playground equipment will be considered for surplus declaration: a metal platform with slide, an A-frame swing set (single bay), and a rubber tire climber. Removal of these items were requested by the city's insurance carrier.
Discussion regarding the possible transfer of the county's 911 to the city system was not listed on the council agenda. The Livingston County Commission planned to meet with the city administrator today, and the matter is anticipated to be brought before the council in the near future.