Trenton City Council to consider 5 ordinances at tonight’s meeting

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The Trenton City Council will consider five ordinances at its meeting tonight. The meeting will be held at the Trenton City Hall at 7 o’clock.

One ordinance would approve a plan for an industrial project for Nestle USA to finance the acquisition of a manufacturing facility and certain equipment and substantial improvements to modernize and equip the facility. It would also authorize the City of Trenton to issue its taxable industrial development revenue bonds in a maximum principal amount of $75,000,000 to finance the costs of the project.

Another ordinance would approve an agreement with Burns and McDonnell Engineering Company for completing a wetland delineation, habitat assessment, cultural resources coordination, and submitting the permit for authorization for the proposed wastewater treatment plant upgrades.

Other ordinances would amend city code regarding the schedule of fees for a building permit, inspections, and plan review fees and the appointment term of the fire chief as well as approve an agreement with Enviro-Line for the purchase and delivery of a duplex control panel.

New business on the agenda includes discussion of the water tower painting project, approval of utilities to the proposed women’s shelter, and a report on utility rates. Also included is notification of a 90-day waiting period for international codes for full adoption, including the 2015 codes for residential, building, fire, property maintenance, and plumbing as well as the 2014 national electric code.

Books will be adopted and enforceable by reference to the 2015 mechanical, energy conservation, fuel gas, existing building, and accessibility codes. The ordinances on the international codes will be brought to the Trenton City Council July 23rd.

A closed session is also planned for real estate.