The North Judson Town Council members will hold the second reading over an ordinance to vacate a 16-foot alley between Dahlke and Lyle Streets when they meet tonight at 6:30 p.m.
The ordinance deals with a request that was initially submitted and considered by the Town Council and Plan Commission back in the 1980s.
However, the original request was never processed by the County Recorder so it wasn’t officially implemented. Current Town Council members are working to address the issue by adopting this ordinance which would finally vacate the alley.
Members are expected to address an amendment to the owner-engineer agreement between the town and CommonWealth Engineers. They will also consider a proposal from KIRPC over Community Development Block Grant Administration Services for the town’s drinking water project.
Prior to tonight’s town council meeting, an executive session to discuss pending litigation will be held. The executive session is closed to the public and restricted to discussion only.