On the Agenda: City Budget, Schools Budget, Food Carts
Some of the items from City Council agendas this week.
Before their regular 7 p.m. meeting Tuesday, the city council will hold two subcommittee meetings at City Hall -- one to discuss a proposed loan order for a police headquarters study, and another to discuss a proposed pilot program for food carts in Medford.
The subcommittee on licensing will discuss the proposed food cart program at 5:15 p.m. in room 207, and the subcommittee on public safety will discuss the police headquarters study at 5:30.
During its regular meeting, the council could vote on the proposed school and city budgets, which have been submitted by Mayor Michael McGlynn. The school budget comes in at $47.5 million and the city budget at $92.1 million.
There is also a resolution from Councilor Breanna Lungo-Koehn that all documents related to the city budget be posted on the municipal website.