Cortland Common Council meets tomorrow night (November 19) at 7:00, where police detective Lt. Michael Strangeway will be recognized for 25 years of service in the city.
Leading off the agenda is a presentation on addressing the Plastic Pollution Crisis by the New York Public Interest Research Group.
That’ll be followed later in the meeting by more discussions on recycling in the city come January when the county retakes its facility from Casella Waste Management.
Another item of business will be council’s consideration of installing a needle receptacle outside city hall, which is also being considered at the county office building and Homer Police Department as well.
Additionally, city leaders will award a bid for the new exhaust system at Fire Department Station #2 on S. Franklin Street, along with a contract for minor renovations to the courthouse.
There will also be consideration of a contract for court cleaning and minor repairs, along with discussion on zoning amendments and DRI updates.
Stay tuned with WXHC News for all the updates along the way.