Tonight’s City Council meeting should be as open and shut as a front door on a hot day.
With a technical meeting that lasted approximately ten minutes last week, this week’s regular meeting will have little more than that.
On the agenda are resolutions and proclamations, including designating next Thursday, September 4, as “Go Orange Day”.
It has been proposed that September be proclaimed as Childhood Cancer Awareness month.
The council will also consider approving the appointment of Mesquite Representative with the Clark County Flood District, a two-year term.
Other business includes approval of two resolutions.
Resolution 840, a report by the Finance Director and City Treasurer for the October 29, 2014 sale of properties that are subject to lien of a delinquent assessment in the Canyon Crest and Anthem Special Improvement Districts.
Resolution 842 will be brought to the dais to approve an interlocal agreement between Clark County and the City of Mesquite for the Dept. of Housing and Urban Development Block Grant program.
After the Mayor and Council’s comments, another item is to be proposed: Changing the name of Bertha Howe Avenue in the portion nearest to the Sports and Events Complex (SEC) to be named World Champion Way.
Before the final public comment session, one last item will seek approval; the adoption of Bill 487 as Ordinance 487, which has been referred to as the ‘Whistle blower’s” protection law, protecting any governmental worker from repercussions they may possible face if disclosing improper actions within their sector.
The meeting will begin tonight at 5 p.m. at City Council Chambers, 10 E. Mesquite Blvd.