The “Friday Memo,” written by Northfield City Administrator Joel Walinski, department heads, and other City staff, summarizes the staff activities for the week. The Friday memos are published and archived in PDF form at the bottom of the City Administrator’s web page.
It’s the first Friday of the month, so this week’s memo (PDF) also includes the Boards & Commissions report (PDF) for May. I admit to colossal failure as this is the third consecutive month for which there is no report from the Planning Commission. I think that’s been remedied for future, i.e. it will be handled by someone other than me.
You can find the Friday Memo and the Boards & Commissions report on the memo page for the week.
Items of note in the Friday Memo include:
- A timeline for the Mayo Clinic project – annexation request, hearings, etc.
- Acknowledgment that the downtown recycling cans are ugly
- Great update on activities from the Housing department
- Miscellaneous engineering & construction updates – Fourth street, trails, etc.
It’s a busy week at City Hall, including a City Council work session on Tuesday (which includes the next segment of the new LDC from the Planning Commission), and an open house (PDF) to review the preliminary draft of the new stormwater ordinance (more on that to follow in a separate post).
You can view all upcoming City meetings on the City Calendar.