Tentative schedule of governmental meetings this week


The Clinton County Board, Clinton School Board, Fulton City Council and Clinton City Council have meetings this week.The Clinton County Board has their regular Monday morning session.  The Supervisors will be meeting at 9:15 for the business meeting at the County Administrative Building.

Link: BOS Agenda

The Clinton School Board is meeting today in a regular business meeting.

Among the items on the agenda is finalization of goals for the district.  The Board heard various presentations on work underway in the district and suggestions for some goals at a discussion session.  The board will finalize that plan at the meeting today.

The meeting is at 5:30 at the School District Administrative Center.

Link: School Board Agenda

The Fulton City Council is meeting Monday in a regular business meeting and a discussion session.

During the business meeting the council may take actions to complete the demolition of the Drives Building by the end of the year.  A local committee has been trying to save the building and find a reuse, but the city has said that their plans are not cost efficient

Link: Fulton City Council Agenda

During the Committee Of The Whole session the council will hear a presentation  about a plan to conduct a marketing study related to a new development of a senior housing development.


Fulton City Council COW Agenda


The Clinton City meets this week in a business session and discussion session on Tuesday evening.

The council will consider final action to adopt a new city flag and city seal – both suggested and designed by a local teen.

Link: Clinton City Council Agenda

During the Committee Of The Whole session the council will consider hiring a firm to help develop a city strategic plan.

Link: Clinton City Council COW Agenda

The council meeting will convene at 7 o’clock Tuesday evening at city hall.







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