City Council Meeting Tomorrow at 6

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There will be a City Council meeting this Tuesday, November 22 at 6 PM at Kristenwood.  The public is welcome to attend.  The agenda is as follows:


I. Preliminary Business
1) Call to Order
2) Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance
3) Roll Call
4) Approval of the minutes from the November 8, 2011 council meeting.
II. Unfinished Business
III. New Business
1) Mayor’s report and presentations.
2) Presentation of Annual Audit report by Faulk & Winkler.
3) Presentation of Strategic Plan by LDRC steering committee (by Jeanie Barnett).
4) Report from Doug Browning, City of Central Chief of Police concerning deputies 
patrolling within the City. (Council Member Messina)
5) Approval of City of Central Chief of Police, Doug Browning’s recommendations for the 
addition of four (4) reserve division members to the City of Central Police Department.  
(By Council Member Washington)
6) Report from IBTS concerning services provided to the City of Central.
7) Introduction of the following item(s) (with public hearing to be held at the December 13,
2011 council meeting).
8) Public Hearing and action regarding the following instrument(s):
a) A resolution disapproving the Baton Rouge Loop Project.  (By Council Member 
b) A resolution establishing seating arrangements at council meetings. (By Council 
Member Messina)
c) A resolution to authorize the Mayor to enter into a Supplemental Agreement No. 1
with the State of Louisiana, Department of Transportation and Development, for the 
purpose of the Curve Safety Improvement Program – City of Central – State Project 
No. H.006497.  (By Council Member Washington)
IV. Zoning Cases
(1) Introduction of the following item(s) (with Public Hearing to be held at the December 13, 
2011 council meeting):
(2) Discussion and action regarding the following case(s):
V. Other Business
(1) Public Comment
* Restricted to items not on the agenda.  A Public Comment Request to Speak Card must be turned in to the City Clerk prior to the start of the meeting in order to be considered. Public comment is limited to 10 speakers with three minutes each.
(2) Announcements
(3) Adjournment

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