On the Agenda: A $15k Gift from Local Car Dealership, School Tech Bond
A look at items from the Medford City Council agenda.
A local auto dealership has offered up gifts totalling $15,300 to the city intended to be used at the temporary DPW yard, according to a city council agenda.
Mayor Michael McGlynn has requested the City Council accept the gifts from Sentry Ford, which include heaters, a gas furnace, a rooftop heating and air conditioner unit, a rooftop ventilation fan, two air compressors, office equipment and furniture, according to the request.
The council will consider the request during it's 7 p.m. meeting at City Hall Tuesday. Also on the agenda is a resolution from Councilor Robert Penta to discuss the $3.2 million bond the council approved for new technology in Medford Public Schools.
Before its regular meeting, the council will hold a committee of the whole at 6 p.m. to review the city's radio transmission systems with the Police and Fire Chiefs, Public Works Director and City Procurement Officer.