One City Councilor wants the city to look into expanding its community garden program.
Councilor Michael Marks has submitted a resolution calling for the city's park board to look into potential new sites for community gardens in Medford. The city currently has a garden behind McGlynn Middle School, but it has a 2-year waitlist, according to Marks. The resolution will be considered during the council's 7 p.m. meeting Tuesday.
Before its regular meeting, the council's subcommittee on public safety will meet with Police Chief Leo Sacco to review two proposals from private vendors to conduct a study on the police department's headquarters. The council as a whole could consider voting on the $175,000 study during its regular meeting.