Plymouth Council to Consider Budget Tonight

The Plymouth Common Council is set to formally adopt the 2016 budget when they meet tonight. The proposed spending plan is $12.5 million. Visit to view the budget proposal submitted to the state Department of Local Government Finance.

The council will also consider several supporting resolutions to allocate money between various funds. Their agenda also includes consideration of an ordinance to write off delinquent city utility bills.

Prior to the council meeting at 6:30 the board of works meets at 6. Their agenda includes the awarding of demolition bids for four homes that sit in the flood plain. The city purchased three properties in the 300 block of LaPorte Street and one at 401 Cleveland Street with FEMA grant funds. Bids for the demolition were taken under advisement at the last board of works meeting. City officials hope to complete the work this fall.