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.
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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.
The Salem City Council met Monday, June 12, to advance its 2023-24 budget and hear public testimony on the subject. Councilors also approved an increase to the city operations fee, effective July 1.
The Salem City Council meets Monday, May 22, at 6 p.m. to consider steps to promote wildfire prevention, a repeal of its sit-lie ordinance and new equipment at the Willow Lake Water Pollution Control Facility.
Salem travelers may once again have a way to fly south without first heading to Portland as city councilors consider new deals to restore commercial air service.
The city is also eyeing a mini street sweeper, and will consider a new resident commissioner for the Salem Housing Authority.
Councilors meet Monday, Feb. 27, to consider funding rental assistance and to hear an initiative to designate the Salem Civic Center as a local historic resource.
The agenda for Monday, Jan. 23, includes decisions for improving pedestrian safety, parks projects and shifting unused federal funding to Marion-Polk Food Share Meals on Wheels. The council will also look at a state plan to extend TriMet rail service to Salem.
The Salem City Council meets Monday at 6 p.m. The agenda includes a vote on whether to apply for a state grant for the fire department, and a rent freeze for CC:Media.
City Council will meet Monday at 6 p.m. and will also consider Municipal Judge Pro Tempore appointments, funding for the tree lighting and Fire Department fees.