Council Digest

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  1. November 28 Regular Meeting

    Budget amendment; amendments to redefining buildings that qualify for tax abatement and to redefine parts of the technology zone; cottage housing; consent items for CDBG, financial advisory services, pension and investment consulting. Read on...
  2. November 21 Work Session

    Joint work session with the School Board to discuss the campus plan; City Hall improvements; Vision Chapter; closed session on purchase of right-of-way. Read on...
  3. October 24 Regular Meeting

    Reports on bike share and bike master plan, Vision Chapter of Comp Plan, and City Hall project; amendments to tax abatement, technology zone; budget amendment; issuance of bonds; fiscal policies. Read on...
  4. October 17 Work Session

    Human Services Advisory Council presentation; water tower project; cottages zoning; 116 Great Falls rezoning; and more. Read on...
  5. October 11 Regular Meeting

    Ordinance amendments to redefining buildings that qualify for tax abatement and to redefine parts of the technology zone; fiscal policies; and more. Read on...
  6. October 3 Work Session

    Joint session with School Board on Campus Redevelopment; update on elementary school planning; and more. Read on...
  7. September 26 Regular Meeting

    Proclamations for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and recognition of volunteers who helped the West Virginia flood victims; endorsement of Smart Scale Transportation Funds; and more. Read on...
  8. September 19 Work Session

    Tax incentives for commercial development; greenways and paper streets; transportation grants; Visioning update; and more. Read on...
  9. September 12 Regular Meeting

    Police accreditation presentation; adoption of rules of procedure; judicial and public safety services agreement; and more. Read on...
  10. September 6 Work Session

    Discussion with the Chamber of Commerce about displaced businesses; discussion of a change to the judicial agreement with Arlington County; CIP quarterly update; and more. Read on...
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