Salem City Council Chambers. (Amanda Loman/Salem Reporter)
The Salem City Council meets Monday to consider a new application for the Meyer Farm subdivision proposal, appointments to community boards and changes to the current fiscal year budget.
The council will consider appointing Oni Marchbanks, Mel Gregg and Elizabeth Infante to the Community Police Review Board, and reappoint Lori Lassen and Carlos Flores. They will consider appointing Tracy Powell and Grant Yoder as alternates.
They will also consider appointing Jessa Miller the Downtown Advisory Board, Miranda Seble to the Salem Cultural and Tourism Promotion Advisory Board, and Susan Napack to the Salem Public Art Commission.
Council members will consider allocating around $7.6 million for the city's fiscal year 2022 budget for unanticipated costs including a Community Sanitation Response Team, construction for a planned navigation center and a program for replanting trees damaged during the February 2021 ice storm.
They will also consider a modified application for a 139-lot subdivision at 4540 Pringle Rd. S.E., the Meyer Farm property, after on Feb. 28 denying the planning administrator's decision to approve it.
How to participate: View the meeting on YouTube or watch on CC:Media Channel 21. Submit comments on agenda items by 5 p.m. on the day of the meeting at [email protected] Public comment and testimony may also be provided during the meeting via Zoom. Pre-register between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the day of the meeting at the following link: https://www.cityofsalem.net/Pages/Public-Comment-at-Salem-City-CouncilMeeting.aspx.