$35,170 in grants were issued by the city for 2020.
Posts tagged as “Ferndale City Council”
The meeting will also include a public hearing on the City's 6-Year Transportation Improvement Program.
The City Council will discuss but not act on potential CARES and FEMA COVID-19 related funding and the 2021 budget.
The mayor and city administrator said they were led to believe only a few customers would be impacted.
The public works director is now required to provide the council with a status of the water supply annually by March 1st.
The City Council will be asked to authorize mandatory water
Council will be asked to approve 2 revenue bonds (funded by utility revenue), refinancing an existing bond and issuing a bond of up to $4M to provide interim funding of Thornton Overpass expenses prior to receiving grant reimbursements.
Decisions include modification to the city code regarding prosecution of controlled substance crimes and a resolution mandating city staff give priority to doing business with Ferndale area businesses when possible.
"For the purposes of this effort, the City considers “local” to mean the Ferndale Market Area, which includes the city limits and adjoining school district boundaries, but not Bellingham or the other small cities."