Banks, City Council, Government

Banks City Council approves budget, more at June 8 council meeting

Banks City Hall. Photo: Brenda Schaffer

The Banks City Council met Tuesday, June 8 for their regular monthly meeting and for a work session. During the meeting, councilors and the mayor discussed and took action on a fairly light number of agenda items, while did adopting the “Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Operating Budget & Capital Improvement Plan” during a public hearing covering it and a number of adjacent housekeeping-type budgetary measures.

 Other than the consent agenda, public comment, and a roundtable discussion, other business tackled during the city council business meeting was an update of the city’s water conservation plan and an item formerly in the consent agenda, an authorization to allow the city to begin an application with a developer, an early step in a potential development in the city of Banks. 

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