Bloomington Common Council will meet on Sept. 29

BLOOMINGTON – The Bloomington Common Council will meet in a special session on Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 6:30 p.m. followed by a regular meeting of the council.

The public may access the special meeting at this link.

On the special meeting agenda:

I. ROLL CALL
II. AGENDA SUMMATION

III. LEGISLATION FOR FIRST READING

  1. Appropriation Ordinance 21-02 – An Ordinance for Appropriations and Tax Rates (Establishing 2022 Civil City Budget for the City of Bloomington)
  2. Appropriation Ordinance 21-03 – An Ordinance Adopting a Budget for the Operation, Maintenance, Debt Service and Capital Improvements for the Water and Wastewater Utility Departments of the City of Bloomington, Indiana for the Year 2022
  3. Appropriation Ordinance 21-04 – Appropriations and Tax Rates for Bloomington Transportation Corporation for 2022
  4. Ordinance 21-36 – An Ordinance Fixing the Salaries of Officers of the Police and Fire Departments for the City of Bloomington, Indiana, for the Year 2022
  5. Ordinance 21-37 – An Ordinance Fixing the Salaries of Appointed Officers, Non-Union and A.F.S.C.M.E. Employees for All the Departments of the City of Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana, for the Year 2022
  6. Ordinance 21-38 – To Fix the Salaries of All Elected City Officials for the City of Bloomington for the Year 2022
  7. Ordinance 21-39 – An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance 20-22, Which Fixed Salaries for Officers of the Police and Fire Departments for the Year 2021 – Re: Pay Grade Changes for Police Lieutenants and Captains, Additional Pay, and Retention Pay
    IV. COUNCIL SCHEDULE
    V. ADJOURNMENT

Following the special meeting, the commission will meet in regular session. The public can access that meeting at this link.

This meeting will be chaired by Sue Sgambelluri.

On the agenda:

  1. Ordinance 21-39 – An Ordinance to Amend Ordinance 20-22, Which Fixed Salaries for Officers of the Police and Fire Departments for the Year 2021 – Re: Pay Grade Changes for Police Lieutenants and Captains, Additional Pay, and Retention Pay – Asked to attend: Caroline Shaw, Director, Human Resources
  2. Ordinance 21-36 – An Ordinance Fixing the Salaries of Officers of the Police and Fire Departments for the City of Bloomington, Indiana, for the Year 2022 – Asked to attend: Caroline Shaw, Director, Human Resources
  3. Ordinance 21-37 – An Ordinance Fixing the Salaries of Appointed Officers, Non-Union and A.F.S.C.M.E. Employees for All the Departments of the City of Bloomington, Monroe County, Indiana, for the Year 2022 – Asked to attend: Caroline Shaw, Director, Human Resources
  4. Ordinance 21-38 – To Fix the Salaries of All Elected City Officials for the City of Bloomington for the Year 2022 – Asked to attend: Caroline Shaw, Director, Human Resources
  5. Appropriation Ordinance 21-03 – An Ordinance Adopting a Budget for the Operation, Maintenance, Debt Service and Capital Improvements for the Water and Wastewater Utility Departments of the City of Bloomington, Indiana for the Year 2022 – Asked to attend: Vic Kelson, Director, Utilities Department
  6. Appropriation Ordinance 21-04 – Appropriations and Tax Rates for Bloomington Transportation Corporation for 2022 – Asked to attend: Lew May, General Manager, Bloomington Transit Note: The public comment portion of the deliberation on this item will constitute the statutorily-required public hearing on the Transit Budget for 2022.
  7. Appropriation Ordinance 21-02 – An Ordinance for Appropriations and Tax Rates (Establishing 2022 Civil City Budget for the City of Bloomington) – Asked to attend: Jeff Underwood, Controller Note: The public comment portion of the deliberation on this item will constitute the statutorily-required public hearing on the City Budget for 2022.
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