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City Council to meet Monday, vote on commission, downtown march, annexations

North Augusta municipal building

The North Augusta Municipal Building is pictured.

North Augusta City Council will meet Monday evening to discuss and vote on a number of things, including annexations, a new commission, the downtown Greeneway Connector and a permit for a downtown march.

City Council will also be meeting on Tuesday and Wednesday to discuss the budget for next year.

Monday’s study session, set to be held online, will include discussion on the preliminary design of the downtown Greeneway Connector, which is planned to include a streetscape project on Bluff Avenue that will bring the trail into downtown.

Council will also discuss the “lease/purchase agreement of Lot 3/Country Club Hills” as well as plans for a boat dock at the Riverside Village amphitheater.

Council will vote on four annexations – three votes will be the second and final reading of an ordinance that, if passed, would finalize the annexation.

City Council will also vote on a resolution that, if passed, would authorize the issuing of a permit to Maribeth and David Weikle for a march “to show support of law enforcement. The march would be on Georgia Avenue to Calhoun Park, and would take place on Oct. 24.

City Council will vote on a resolution that, according to the agenda for the meeting, would establish a “municipal forfeited land commission.”

Other agenda items:

• City Council will vote on the final reading of an ordinance amending the Development Code as it relates to allowing cottage kitchens in residential areas.

• City Council will vote on a resolution that would approve a change order to a professional engineering services contract with AECOM Technical Engineering Services, Inc. to perform design services for the West Martintown Road Corridor Study.

• City Council will vote on a resolution that would accept a deed of dedication for the water services for Chalet North Phase III.

Monday's meeting will be held online at 6 p.m. The meeting will be streamed to the city's Facebook and YouTube pages. 

The budget meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday will take place in-person at the North Augusta Municipal Building at 100 Georgia Avenue on the fourth floor. 

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