Saline City Council To Hear Audit Presentation, Consider Holiday Events at Monday's Meeting

City council meets at 7:30 p.m.

Council has a light agenda when it meets at 7:30 p.m. Monday at city hall.

Plante and Moran will present its audit report to council. City council will also vote on whether or not to have the annual holiday tree lighting ceremony at 7 p.m., Dec. 2, at the corner of Michigan Avenue and North Ann Arbor Street. Council will also vote on whether or not to authorize the annual Saline Area Chamber of Commerce holiday parade on Dec. 3.

The city parks commission will give a presentation on its Green Thumb Awards. The residential awards went to Heidi Graber, 416 Berkshire Dr., Marla Lemelin, 599 Rosemont Ave., and Sharon Niebylski, 131 Wallace St. The winner in the commercial category was Back to Basics Montessori, 116 W. McKay St.

Parks Commission chairperson Angela VanSchoick will present the commission’s annual report to council.

Here are the issues up for approval in the consent agenda:

• A motion to pay $732,056.52 in bills to 112 payees.

• A motion to approve and adopt Mayor Gretchen Driskell’s proclamation recognizing the Saline Twirlettes for winning the junior Grand National championship this summer.

• A motion to approve and adopt the Saline-Brecon 45th Anniversary Proclamation in celebration of 45th anniversary of the city’s sister city relationship with Brecon, Wales. Residents from Brecon are visiting Saline and the region until Oct. 25.

• A motion confirm the mayor’s appointment of Kelly Barbret, Marcus Barbret, Hayley Byrnes, Marielle Driskell, Grant Geiger, Matthew Geiger, Kelly Hall, Heather Kingingham, Kayleigh Luttrell, Sarah Marshall, Maura McCann, Hannah Schultz and Monica Shah to the Saline Youth Council for the 2011-12 school year.

• A motion to authorize Mayor Gretchen Driskell to attend the National League of Cities—Congress of Cities Conference in Phoenix, Az., from Nov. 9-12. The cost of the tip has been estimated at $1,354.


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