The following is a list of meetings scheduled next week for the City of Napoleon. Unless otherwise noted, all meetings take place at the city building, or a link can be found on the city’s website to attend virtually.

The Napoleon Tree Commission will meet Monday at 6 p.m. Items on the agenda include election of a chairperson for the year, review of annual schedule, review of tree call reports, finalizing spring removals and plantings lists and awarding spring trimming contract.

The Napoleon Volunteer Firefighters’ Dependents Fund Board will meet Monday at 6:45 p.m. Items on the agenda include election of chairperson and secretary for the year and appointment of a citizen representative for the year.

The Napoleon Peace Officers’ Dependents Fund Board will meet Monday at 6:50 p.m. Items on the agenda include election of chairperson and secretary for the year and appointment of a citizen representative for the year.

Napoleon council will begin meeting Monday at 7 p.m. The meeting is set to begin with Mayor Jason Maassel delivering the State of the City Address.

Legislation on the agenda includes:

First readings on legislation dealing with annual finance matters and administering a housing revolving loan fund.

Second reading of legislation on pay increases for the city law director and city manager.

Third and final reading on legislation dealing with the city acquiring Loose Field and changing the makeup of the fire department.

Other items on the agenda up for discussion and possible action include proposed changes to a portion of Front Street as part of a repaving project, approval of plans and specifications for a waterline project on State Route 110 and a project to replace the boat ramp at Ritter Park, and entering into a professional design services contract for work associated with the Safe Routes to School project and purchase of a backhoe for the water distribution department.

Council is also expected to request legislation be brought to it in the future regarding replacement pages for codified ordinances and using the state program to purchase crack sealing.

I started at the Northwest Signal in 1994 and became editor in 2004. I graduated from Bowling Green State University in 1994.

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