JAMESTOWN – In addition to the mayor’s Monday night public hearing on CDBG and HOME funding, the Jamestown City Council will also host two public hearings on street abandonment projects.
The first hearing, which begins at 7:20 p.m. – will focus on the abandonment of Outlet Avenue between West Eighth Street and Isabella Avenue.
The second hearing, scheduled for 7:25 p.m. – will be regarding a proposal to de-dedicate for street purposes Rose Alley located between West Second Street and the Railroad Tracks.
In addition to the public hearing, the city council will also hold its monthly voting session. While the pre-filed agenda for Monday’s voting session contains mostly routine resolutions – there is the possibility to the council may also consider the appointment of a new, full time city judge.
Earlier this year, the state announced that the city would be allowed to have a second full-time judge, to be appointed by the mayor. Mayor Sam Teresi has not indicated when he’d announce who his selection would be – although on March 31 he told WRFA he’d like to finalize his choice by the end of this month – so there is a possibility the selection will be announced during the April voting session.
Monday’s voting session begins at 7:30 p.m. on the second floor of city hall and is open to the public.