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    Amphitheatre Project, watershed study on Council agenda

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    Muscatine Living

    MUSCATINE, Iowa – The Muscatine City Council will be asked to set three public hearings and approve contracts for the planning and design of the Riverfront Amphitheatre Project and a watershed study of the Lake Park Boulevard area when they meet Thursday (July 15).


    The Muscatine City Council will meet in Council Chambers at Muscatine City Hall starting at 7 p.m. Thursday. Citizens interested in attending the meeting will be able to sit together as long as they leave a seat open between groups. Citizens who are fully vaccinated will not have to wear a mask but those who have not been vaccinated are encouraged to wear a mask while inside City Hall.


    RDG Planning & Design was selected by a committee comprised of city staff, citizens, and elected officials to develop a preliminary design for the Riverfront Amphitheatre in Riverside Park. This is just the first step of the project and will include a series of public meetings that will be scheduled later.


    Watersmith Engineering was selected to conduct a watershed study of the Lake Park Boulevard area. The study will help determine possible courses of action that can be used to mitigate street flooding in the 700 block of Lake Park Boulevard.


    The Council will be asked to approve three public hearings for the August 5 Council meeting including a hearing on vacating certain utility easements in Lot 1 of Arbor Commons Subdivision, a hearing on vacation and sale of right-of way adjoining 1820 Angle Street, and a hearing on an application for Community Development Block Grant funds.


    Also on the agenda are three items revolving around 704 Spring Street. The Council will be asked to approve a resolution to accept a quick claim deed to the property, a resolution declaring the property as surplus, and a request to approve a development agreement with the Community Foundation of Greater Muscatine. The Foundation plans to renovate the structure into a single family home.


    While public access to the Council Chambers is permitted for the first time since March 2020, those wanting to watch or participate in the meeting but not attend in person can attend through the virtual GoToMeeting portal. Information on joining the session and how to make a comment during the meeting is listed below. The session will also be broadcast live on the City of Muscatine YouTube channel and on Muscatine Power & Water Cable Channel 2.


    Information on the presentations and other agenda items can be found by clicking AGENDA to download the July 15, 2021, City Council agenda and/or attachments.


    The best way for the public to participate is to dial in to the GoToMeeting session, mute your device, watch the session on YouTube or Cable Channel 2, and, at the appropriate time, unmute your device to ask a question or make a comment. The public can also use the “chat” feature on the GoToMeeting virtual meeting to pose a question to the Mayor, Council, or staff member.

    Muscatine City Council Regular Meeting | Thu, July 15, 2021 | 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM (CDT) 

     Join the meeting from your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone by clicking the following link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/612415397

     You can also use your phone by dialing 
    +1 (646) 749-3122, follow the prompts, and type in Access Code 612-415-397  when prompted.

     New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts: https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/612415397


    Please mute your computer or phone while listening to the proceedings (press *6 when using phone or mute button on computer). A chat window is available when you use your computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Those wishing to speak or to ask a question are asked to use the chat box to post a message that will be seen by the Mayor who will address the questions or call on the speaker in turn. Those using their phones must wait until the Mayor asks for additional comments. The Mayor will recognize you prior to you addressing the Council.

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