May 2017 Public Building Corp. & City Commission Meet Thursday

A special meeting of Maysville Public Building Corporation will be held prior to the regular May meeting of Maysville Board of Commissioners at Maysville Municipal Building. The agendas are as follows:

Thursday, 11 May 2017; 5:15 p.m.

  1. Call to order
  2. Roll call
  3. Resolution approving dissolution of Public Building Corporation
  4. Adjournment


  1. Call to order
  2. Roll call
  3. Minutes & Reports – April 11, 2017 City Commission minutes
  1. Public Comment
  2. Appointments and Reappointments: Kendall Gulley, Maysville-Mason County Port Authority, 5/31/21; Tommy Woosley, Fleming-Mason Airport Board, 5/31/2021
  1. Resignation: Fire Department
  2. ORVAG: Request City purchase wall rails for 1st floor space at Cox Building
  3. Discussion: Amtrak Station
  4. Resolution declaring surplus property: Ford Edge from MPD17-50
  5. Resolution authorizing letter to ABC for Maysville Players for Maysville Uncorked; 17-47
  6. Resolution authorizing lease for Juvenile Justice; 17-48
  7. Resolution Re: Name and purpose of Cox Building; 17-49
  8. Resolution authorizing memorandum of agreement with the Mason County Fiscal Court on Washington Volunteer Fire Department: 17-51
  9. Resolution authorizing Mayor to sign construction permit application; 17-52
  10. Ordinance to amend Code of Ordinances: Leashed dogs, first reading; 17-07
  11. Ordinance Re: City acceptance of Public Building Corporation property, first reading; 17-08
  12. Ordinance amending Code of Ordinances 320, Zoning Text, first reading; 17-09
  13. Ordinance amending Code of Ordinances Section 71, Utility Commission, first reading; 17-10
  14. Ordinance amending Code of Ordinances Section 137.02, 1% tax for conference center; 17-11
  15. Ordinance amending Code of Ordinances re: Towing, second reading; 17-06
  16. Closed session pursuant to KRS 61.810(1)(f): Discussion or hearings that might lead to the appointment, discipline, or dismissal of an individual employee.
  17. Adjournment