ENTERPRISE — Attributable to a latest spike in coronavirus circumstances, the Enterprise Metropolis Council won’t admit members of the general public when it meets Monday, Aug. 9, however will permit public entry by way of Zoom.
Topping the agenda can be a doable extension to the 90-day moratorium on trip leases. On Might 10, the council positioned a 90-day moratorium on any new such leases within the metropolis with the choice to increase it for an additional 90 days. The council was to think about that possibility Monday.
Complaints have been aired that permitting short-term trip leases took up residences that may in any other case be rental houses which are scarce within the space.
On July 14, the town’s Planning Fee held a public listening to with a couple of dozen metropolis residents displaying up — most of whom owned trip leases — and no unfavourable feedback have been heard.
Nonetheless, the council agreed its actions wanted to be honest to all and the fee was to fulfill once more earlier than making an official advice to the council.
• Resolutions to vacate Tejaka Lane and Highland Drive.
• An replace on the town’s settlement with the airport.
• A Dedication Decision.
• An replace on a Parameters Decision.
• A decision on franchise charges and the road upkeep payment.
• A advice from the Public Works Committee on utility fees.
• An up to date utility charges decision.