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The City Council Meeting Rundown is prepared by the City Manager and is intended to be used as an informal summary of regular meeting highlights. For complete details on all agenda items, official meeting minutes, or to watch a video of the meeting, click Watch City Meetings.
2023 Preliminary Levy: The City Council adopted a preliminary levy of $3,851,980 for budget year 2023. The preliminary levy reflects the maximum tax levy the City Council will consider in conjunction with the adoption of the 2023 Budget. The impact of preliminary levy for 2023 is anticipated to reduce City taxes by $29 on an average value home of $410,800. The City Council will continue to meet and discuss the 2023 Budget throughout the fall, with property owners invited to comment on the proposed budget and tax levy at the Monday, December 5 City Council meeting at 7:00 pm. For more information on the 2023 Budget, please visit cityofcarver.com/277.
Sanitary Sewer Projects: The City Council approved a bid of $477,422.91 to complete electric component and generator upgrades at three sanitary sewer lift stations. The City will be using $410,000 of American Rescue Plan dollars to partially fund the project, with remaining proceeds coming from the Sewer Fund.
Heritage Preservation Appeal: The City Council heard an appeal, from the property owner at 416 Broadway, regarding a window project application made to the Heritage Preservation Commission (HPC). Exterior improvements on homes on the National Register of Historic Places are required to meet established design guidelines administered by the HPC. The City Council directed staff to prepare a resolution of findings to consider action at the October 3 meeting.
Storm Water Permitting: The Engineer’s Office provided the City Council with a presentation on the City’s Storm Water Pollution Prevention Program.
To ask questions or share comments related to City Council meeting actions, please contact:
Brent Mareck, City Manager(952) 448-8737 / email@example.com