Tentative Schedule Of Governmental Meetings

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The Clinton County Board, Clinton School Board, Fulton and Clinton City Councils among the governmental bodies set to meet this week.  Links to agendas for the meetings included

The Clinton County Board is scheduled to consider approval of the budget for the next fiscal year at the regular Monday morning meeting.  The Supervisors are scheduled to meet at 9:15 this morning at the Administration Center.

The County Board is also scheduled to consider a resolution to set elected officials salaries based on the County Compensation Board recommendation.  The recommendations from the panel include four percent increases for elected officials – except for the Attorney and Sheriff with recommended seven percent increases.

Link: BOS Agenda


 

The Clinton School Board meets Monday evening in a regular business session. Among the items for consideration are cooperative athletic sharing agreements with area some of the area schools.

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

Link: Clinton School Board Agenda


The Fulton City Council has their regular session and discussion session tonight (Monday).

The meeting is at 5:30 at the Fulton City Hall.

Link: Fulton City Council Business Meeting Agenda 

Link: Fulton City Council COW Agenda


A regular session and committee of the whole session is scheduled Tuesday for the Clinton City Council.

Among the items for consideration is final approval of updates to the city rules regarding licensing massage therapy establishments

During the Committtee Of The Whole session the council will consider updates to the procedures and regulations for junk and salvage operations.

Link: Clinton City Council Business Meeting Agenda

Link: Clinton City Council COW Agenda

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