JAMESTOWN – It’s a busy Monday night for the Jamestown City Council.
The council will hold a public hearing on the tentative 2019 city budget, which includes $36 million in total spending with no property tax increase due to the city reaching its constitutional taxing limit.
The hearing will take place at 6 p.m. in the council chambers, second floor of city hall, and is open to the public.
Following the hearing a budget work session is planned for 6:30 PM, when officials will review the budgets for the development department as well as for the Fenton History Center as well as the Prendergast Library. Several individuals from the library are expected to be on hand to call for an increase in aid from the city.
That meeting will take place in the fourth floor of city hall in the mayor’s conference room and is open to the public.
The council will also hold its regular committee meetings and work session, starting at 7 p.m., to review and discuss other new business that will come before the city later in the month. Those meetings also take place on the fourth floor of city hall and are open to the public.