Lowell Trash Rate Hike Expected
Posted: February 18, 2013 at 5 a.m.
The cost of trash removal is expected to increase after aldermen change the way solid waste is handled in the city.
Lowell City Council
When: 6 p.m. Tuesday
Where: Council Chambers, City Administration Building, 216 N. Lincoln St.
On the agenda:
• Rezoning 116 N. Lincoln St. from residential and light-industrial to commercial.
• Approving the $193,500 purchase of software for the Lowell Police Department. The city plans to borrow the money from Regions Bank for five years at 2.44 percent interest.
• Amending the code of ordinances to require the use of spray paint to mark the corners in certain building projects.
• Amending the code of ordinances to allow the Lowell District Court judge the flexibility to more effectively and fairly apply penalties for violations.
• Appropriating $5,000 to begin construction on a stage at Ward Nail Park. City officials set aside $45,000 for the stage construction in the 2013 budget.
Source: Staff Report
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