Chillicothe City Council members will make a site visit and have a workshop meeting at the hospital construction site at 5 p.m. Monday, followed by their regular semi-monthly meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall.
During their regular meeting, city officials will consider bids for the demolition of four dilapidated and vacant residential structures that the city plans to raze this year. The location of these properties are 634 Missouri Avenue, 211 Third Street, 1113 Locust, and 215 Wise.
Two bids were submitted for the demolition.
City officials will also continue discussions regarding the city’s application for a grant to help fund additional demolitions and consider an ordinance authorizing the mayor to execute all documents related to the grant.
Also on Monday, the council will consider bids for towing services and an air-cooled concrete saw.
The council will hear an update regarding Main Street Chillicothe, from its director, Crystal Narr.
City Administrator Ike Holland will discuss and present a resolution adopting an employee of the year policy. The administrator will also present details of city properties to be considered for sale.
Council members will discuss changing the council’s next regular meeting date from May 27 to May 28 because of the Memorial Day holiday.
An executive session, closed to the public, is scheduled to follow the council’s regular meeting.