Billboard issue moved to Feb. 28 council meeting

The issue of the erection of a billboard on the Tom Paul property on South First Street has been postponed.

The city council was to have been asked to approve a findings of fact and conclusions of law document in regards to the Paul quasi-judicial hearing at last night's meeting. But on the recommendation of city staff, the issue was tabled and moved to the Feb. 28 city council agenda.

Paul is seeking to overturn a city council decision made in late January that denied him a conditional use permit. The permit is needed for him to construct a billboard on his property.

Also to be addressed at the Feb. 28 council meeting is the privatization of the city's water and sewer services. That issue is one of two that will also be addressed at a special city council workshop session slated for Tuesday, Feb. 22, at 6:30 p.m. Mayor Ed Prilucik said public comment will be accepted at the Feb. 22 meeting, but each person's comments will be restricted to five minutes in length.



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