During their Monday, Dec. 4, meeting, councilors will discuss plans for the revenue task force and will consider facilitating an affordable housing development by temporarily buying a property to later be sold to a developer.
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During the Salem City Council meeting on Monday, Nov. 27, councilors voted to form a revenue task force to find funding options for the city and advanced plans for a connector road at a planned west Salem apartment complex.
During their Monday, Nov. 13, meeting, the Salem City Council approved higher garbage collection rates as requested by the Mid-Valley Garbage and Recycling Association. They also opted to postpone their vote on state lobbying priorities and approved a police settlement.
The Salem City Council meets Monday, Sept. 25, to consider a project that would remove an invasive plant from the Oxbow Slough in Minto-Brown Island Park, and revisit an ordinance that would allow for taller buildings in the South Central Association of Neighbors.
During their meeting on Monday, Sept. 11, the Salem City Council will hear the findings of the annual community belonging survey and consider a sewer rehabilitation project on Northeast Silverton Road.
During their Monday, Aug. 28, meeting, the Salem City Council approved a property purchase to add 230 parking spaces at the Salem Municipal Airport, and rejected a repeal of the payroll tax.
The Salem City Council meets Monday, Aug. 14, at 6 p.m. to consider a motion to host discussions with constituents, plans for a west Salem apartment complex and to hear an update about ongoing infrastructure bond-funded projects.
The city council agenda for Monday, July 24, includes new appointments to the Salem Public Library advisory board, plans for a west Salem apartment development and road improvements on South Salem Heights Avenue.
The Salem City Council meets Monday, July 10, to hold a public hearing and vote on the proposed payroll tax which would affect those who earn a paycheck in Salem. The agenda also includes a motion to reconsider zoning changes in the SCAN neighborhood that the council rejected in June.
In a lengthy meeting Monday night, the Salem City Council adopted the annual city budget, rejected an ordinance to allow for taller buildings in the South Central Association of Neighbors area and applied for funding to reduce speed limits.