3 ordinances to be given second readings

Published 10:59 am Thursday, June 23, 2016

Ironton City Council will meet tonight where three ordinances are on the agenda to be given second readings.

Ordinance 16-30, authorizing and directing the mayor to negotiate and enter into an agreement for engineering and design services with E.L. Robinson Engineering Company, Inc. regarding the Memorial Hall Improvement project and declaring an emergency. The improvements will cost a total of $23,955 and include new sidewalks, a bench and flagpole. An allocation grant of $24,000 from the Ironton-Lawrence County Community Action Organization (CAO) will be used for the project.

Ordinance 16-31, authorizing the mayor to submit an application to the Ohio Department of Development for the use of revolving loan funds (RLF) for façade improvements, and declaring an emergency. Joe Unger, owner of Unger’s shoes, requested $2,200 from the RLF for the improvements.

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Ordinance 16-32, amending the annual operating budget for the city of Ironton for the fiscal year ending Dec. 31, 2016, and declaring an emergency.