The Fort Wayne City Council

The Fort Wayne City Council meets tomorrow evening at 5:30 pm in the Council Chambers in the City-County Building.

The agenda may be downloaded here.

First up on the agenda:

To appear before Common Council:
Greg Leatherman – Executive Director of Redevelopment:
An update report on Harrison Square Development

In case you haven’t been following, the Redevelopment Commission decided to send a default letter to Hardball Capital.  Look for discussion and questions from the Council.

Several Union contracts are before the Council as well:

S-10-09-01
AN ORDINANCE of the Common Council fixing, establishing ratifying compensation for certain Civil City employees of the City of Fort Wayne, Indiana, represented by the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local Lodge #2569

S-10-09-03
AN ORDINANCE of the Common Council ratifying a collective bargaining agreement for employees of the City of Fort Wayne represented by the International Union of Operating Engineers Local 399 Civil City – for the years 2010 – 2012

S-10-09-10
AN ORDINANCE of the Common Council fixing, establishing And ratifying compensation for certain Civil City employees of the City of Fort Wayne, Indiana, represented by the American Federation of State, County and Municipal employees, AFL-CIO, Council 62

S-10-09-11
AN ORDINANCE of the Common Council fixing, establishing and ratifying compensation for certain Civil City employees of the City of Fort Wayne, Indiana, represented by the N.C.F.O. #7 – Water Maintenance and Service Department

S-10-09-12
AN ORDINANCE of the Common Council fixing, establishing and ratifying compensation for certain Civil City employees of the City of Fort Wayne, Indiana, represented by the Chauffeurs, Teamsters, and Helpers Local No. 414 – Water Pollution Control Maintenance

Also, ordinances setting the rates for Public Safety salaries as well as the salaries of each and every appointed officer, employee, deputy assistant, departmental and institutional head of the Civil City and City Utilities of the City for the year 2011.

Should be an interesting and perhaps long evening.

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