City Council to meet Monday
Public hearing on the agenda
The City Council of Webster City will meet in its first regular session of the new fiscal year Monday night at 6 p.m.
A public hearing will be held on the rezoning of a property on Wall Street from R1 single family dwelling to R3 over four unit multiple family dwelling. In a memo to the council, Planning Director Karla Wetzler said the property owner had approximately 25 acres with a sale pending to Kading Properties of Urbandale. The company plans to building 190 dwelling units, from duplexes to 6-plexes. Plans call for the units to be built over a 7-year period, according to the memo.
The council will also hear a report from Patti Treibel-Leeds, director of Hamilton County Central Iowa Community Services.
Requests from the Webster City Street Department to seek bids for a mini excavator and a tilt bed trailer will be considered.
The council will look review resolutions which would amend the salary of the city manager and the city clerk. Also on the agenda is a resolution establishing the fees for services for the city.
The council will also discuss the Local Option Sales Tax and the request from the county auditor to place the one-cent sales tax on the November general election ballot. The Local Option Sales Tax is set to expire on June 30, 2022.
The City Council will be meeting in person in the council chambers of City Hall. The general public can access the meeting by via Zoom or on the City of Webster City’s Facebook Page, or by watching Mediacom Channel 117.2.