Due to the few introductions brought to the Fort Wayne Common Council on May 26, 2020, there will be no Committee Session on Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
The Fort Wayne Common Council will maintain the biweekly schedule that began at the end of March through the month of May 2020.
Text of letter sent to various government entities by Jason Arp, Paul Ensley (City Councilmen), and Redevelopment Commissioner Nathan Hartman.
City Council staff has been working to determine how Council can best accomplish the business of meeting, facilitating transparent legislative functions, and preserving the safety of all involved.
Fort Wayne City Clerk Lana Keesling and Fort Wayne City Council President Tom Didier are announcing modifications that will be occurring temporarily, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is a public hearing on the agenda for ordinance G-20-01-37 which concernso raising sewer fees to cover the Combined Sewer Overflows Consent Decree work.
The Fort Wayne City Council will discuss a resolution to ask the Fort Wayne Public Art Commission to investigate a public display honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s speech given in Fort Wayne on June 5, 1963 at the Scottish Rite.
The Fort Wayne City Council meets this evening at 5:30 pm tonight in Committee and Regular Sessions.
At their reorganization meeting Tuesday, the Fort Wayne City Council made the following appointments to committees, organizations, and various boards in local government.
The Fort Wayne City Council held its first meeting on the new term which began January 1, 2020.