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Terre Haute City Council Meetings Scheduled To Take Place In City Hall Court Room at 6PM

The Terre Haute City Council will hold it’s regular meeting Thurs. Nov. 7th 2019 in the City Hall Court Room at 6 P.M.

All residents are invited to attend this meeting, and every meeting. Mark your calendars and see Terre Haute’s leaders in action.

The Current Terre Haute City Council Members are George Azar, Curtis DeBaun, Don Morris, Amy Auler, Earl Elliot, Karrum Nasser, Todd Nation, Neil Garrison, Martha Crossen.

City Council member Don Morris and Karrum Nasser will not be returning to next years city council. Morris lost the primary race to Tammy Boland who also won enough votes in the general election to secure a Council-At-Large seat. Nasser ran for mayor and gave up his council seat. Nasser’s seat was won by Cheryl Loudermilk, retaking the seat her husband once held for 20 years after he was forced off the council when State Law changed. No police or firefighter can sit on a governing body that sets a salary/budget for those departments. Norm Loudermilk works for the fire dept and was on the city council that controls its salary, benefits, budget, and appropriations. State Law does not prohibit a spouse from doing this.

The Terre Haute City Council meetings are on Thursday at 6PM on the following days the remainder of 2019

  • Nov. 7th
  • Nov. 14th
  • Dec. 5th
  • Dec. 12th

On the agenda for Nov. 7th meeting is

REGULAR MEETING OF THE TERRE HAUTE CITY COUNCIL
6:00 PM, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7, 2019
CITY HALL COURTROOM
AGENDA
Meetings of the Terre Haute City Council are recorded and broadcast on Charter Cable Television. City Council meeting videos may also be available for viewing on the City’s website. Your attendance at this public meeting may result in the recording and broadcast of your image and/or voice. By remaining in the room, you are giving your permission to be recorded and televised.

  1. Moment of Silence and Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag
  2. Calling of the Roll
  3. Thirty (30) Minutes Of Time for Public to Comment on Items Not On the Agenda
  4. Correcting the Journal of the Preceding Meeting If Needed
  5. Communication from the Mayor
  6. Reports from City Officials
  7. Reports from Board of Public Works and Safety
  8. Reports from Standing Committees
  9. Reports from Non-Standing Committees
  10. Items Previously Tabled
  11. TAX ABATEMENTS FOR CONFIRMATION
  12. ITEMS ON SECOND READING
    a. Appropriations
    b. General Ordinances
    c. Special Ordinances
  13. SPECIAL ORDINANCE 22, 2019 – Rezoning of property located at 1425 East Pugh Drive
    d. Resolutions
  14. ITEMS ON FIRST READING
    a. Appropriations
    1) APPROPRIATION 18, 2019- $6390.00 from EDIT #0404-0096 to Demo of Unsafe Buildings, #432.018
    2) APPROPRIATION 19, 2019- $92,000.00 from Police/LIT (Other Revenue)#0751-0017-00-390.010 to Purchase of Equipment(Police) #444.010
    3) APPROPRIATION 20, 2019- $6,000.00 from Police/LIT (Other Revenue)#0751-0017-00-390.010 to Purchase of Equipment(Police) #444.010
    4) APPROPRIATION 21, 2019- $17,000.00 from EDIT #0404-0096 to Demo of Unsafe Buildings, #432.018
    b. General Ordinances
    c. Special Ordinances
    DRAFT
    1) SPECIAL ORDINANCE 37, 2019- Rezoning of property located
    immediately West of 4675 Margaret Avenue
    2) SPECIAL ORDINANCE 39, 2019- Rezoning of property located at 2020
    E. Voorhees St.
    d. Resolutions
    Michelle L. Edwards, City Clerk
    DRAFT

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