At their 7:30 p.m. regular meeting at , Royal Oak officials are expected to discuss a variety of matters.
To knock or not to knock? In February, the Royal Oak City Commission voted to direct the city attorney's office to prepare proposed amendments to the peddling ordinance, which would allow for the creation of a Do Not Knock registry that would be provided to anyone issued a peddler's license. The registry would also be made available on the city's website. Tonight commissioners will vote on a second reading of the amendment.
City Commissioners will also look at a proposal from (OCC) to negotiate a purchase agreement for the city owned property adjacent to the college at the southwest corner of Main Street and Seventh Street, which was formerly the Fresard bump shop property. OCC would like to purchase the property in anticipation of expanding its facilities, according to a memo from City Manager Don Johnson.
City Commissioners will also have a discussion of Arts, Beats & Eats as requested by Commissioners Peggy Goodwin and David Poulton.
Other agenda items include:
- Permit parking ordinance amendment
- Approval of sidewalk café agreement for
- Discussion of Capital Improvement Plan process as requested by Mayor Pro Tem Capello and Poulton