WEIRTON - City Council will hold a public hearing today on four proposed changes to the city's charter.
The proposed changes would:
- Modify the current city election date.
- Consolidate polling sites, allowing up to three per ward.
- Increase the dollar amount the city manager can spend.
A written or verbal protest on any proposed charter change would force it on the ballot for a voter referendum.
The public hearing is slated for 7:30 p.m. today in council chambers and will be followed by council's regular meeting.
Items slated to be discussed during the regular meeting include:
- Proposed ordinances amending the Unified Development Table and installing "no parking between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. when school is in session" signs within 100 feet of the current 15-foot yellow line at 241 Greenbrier Road.
- Proposed resolutions involving workers' compensation insurance for city workers; a contribution to the Wheeling Symphony; annual maintenance and repair of the city's computer system hardware and software; revisions to the 2012-13 budget; liens to recover costs incurred in demolition of unsafe properties; purchase of rescue saws for the city fire department; authorizing public works crews to remove all planters on Main and West Street; authorizing application and acceptance for Community Participation Grant program funding for Starvaggi Pool; and changes to the code department's current policy.