The main highlight today will be the Mid-Year Budget Report presented by Howard Ratner, the Commissioner of Finance, which we reported yesterday will reveal an even large decline in revenues from previous estimates.
- Committee of the Whole
- HLRB Meeting Room B-2
- City Council Meeting
- Public to be Heard
Early in the day will be two presentations:
3:45 P. M. – 4:15 P. M. Bennett Kielson Storch DeSantis, City Auditors
Re: FY 2008 Annual Financial Report
4:15 P. M. – 4:45 P. M. Graham Trelstad Re: North Avenue Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement (DGEIS)
7:00 P.M. – 8:00 P.M. City Council Meeting
8:00 P.M. – ? Public to be Heard
During the regular meeting at 7:00 PM the City Council will approve changes to Parking Codes on certain streets, settlement of a lawsuit, approval of the use of Five Islands Park for the City’s First “Annual Oyster Festival” otherwise to be known as The Oyster Festival at Five Islands Park. The event will begin September 23rd and end September 28th, 2009, licensing of Klondike and Shamrock boat charters, accepting of Gifts for the Youth Leadership Employment Program, acceptance of Money from HUD, acceptance of money from the Westchester-Putnam Workforce Investment Board for the TANF Summer Youth Employment Program
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