Leadership of two area communities will meet tonight in regularly-scheduled monthly session.
The Farmington City Council will hold a public meeting beginning at 6:30 p.m. tonight on an application for a Planned Unit Development, or PUD, plat approval for CVS Pharmacy Subdivision.
The request for the approval was submitted by Premier Civil Engineering on behalf of T.M Crowley & Associates/CVS Pharmacy. The proposed properties are located near the intersections of East Karsch Boulevard, North Washington Street and Colorado Avenue.
The public hearing is held prior to the council’s regular session. Included on the legislative agenda are first readings on the PUD as well as an ordinance amending the zoning classification for the subdivision to “C-2” general commercial.
The existing zonings for the area are “C-3” neighborhood commercial zoning district and “R-3” single family residential.
An ordinance to enter into and execute a contract with McCaughen & Burr, Inc. for the relocation of the library murals is up for a first and second read.
Also on the agenda are committee reports as well as the finance director, city administrator, and mayor’s report.
The meeting will be held in council chambers, located at 110 W. Columbia St.
The public hearing and regular session are open to the public.
The Bismarck Board of Aldermen meets at 7 p.m. in the city’s old railroad depot.
A copy of tonight’s agenda was not available as of press time.
Meetings of the board of aldermen are open to the public.