On the agenda for tonight's Kewanee City Council Meeting 3 zoning requests will be heard by the Kewanee City Council. The Council will also decide on a bid for repairs to the Viaduct and the council will decide whether to award a contract for emergency repairs to the sanitary sewer in the 100 Block of West Church Street to Performance Pipelining Inc. And the meeting will close with discussion of allowing the use of outdoor wood boilers and whether to allow installation within city limits. You are encouraged to attend tonight's meeting at 7 Pm at Kewanee City Hall where you can participate during the Citizen Participation portion of the meeting. If you cannot come to the meeting, you can watch tonight's meeting on our WKEI RegionalDailyNews Facebook page.
1. Call to Order
2. Roll Call
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Consent Agenda
a. Approval of Minutes
c. Staff Reports
d. Request from Wethersfield School District #230 to use city streets for their annual Homecoming
Parade on September 27, 2019 beginning at 1:15 pm.
e. Request from Kewanee School District #229 to use city streets for their annual Homecoming
Parade on September 27th beginning at 2:15 pm and for placement of barricades on Third
Street the evening of September 26th during the annual Homecoming bonfire.
5. Presentation of Bills and Claims
6. Citizen Participation
a) Acceptance of the minutes of the Zoning Board of Appeals from its meeting held on
Wednesday, September 18, 2019.
b) Consideration of an Ordinance granting a variance to Frank & Toni Whitcher at 426 Rockwell
c) Consideration of an Ordinance granting a variance to Ken Fleming at 1010 E. 10th St.
d) Consideration of an Ordinance granting a variance to Arthur & Dorothy Johnson at 1005 Terry
e) Consideration of a Resolution Authorizing the City Manager to execute an agreement with
the lowest responsible bidder for improvements to the surface of the railroad viaduct located on
f) Consideration of a Resolution to award emergency repairs of the sanitary sewer in the 100
block of West Church St to Performance Pipelining Inc.
g) Discussion concerning outdoor wood boilers and whether or not to allow installation within city
8. Council Communications: