Hagerstown Mayor and Council’s regular session isn’t a packed agenda tonight

August 22 – The Hagerstown Mayor and Council will hold a regular session tonight at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers at 1 E. Franklin Street and will be the last time the group gets together until September 12. 

There will be three appointments made tonight. 

Wes Decker, Communications Officer with the City of Hagerstown, said, “One of them is the Hagerstown Youth Council Partner Group members will be sworn in. Those are sort of the mentors for teenagers who are in the Hagerstown Youth Council. Hagerstown Housing Authority will have a couple of appointments, and there will be one appointment to the Historic District Commission.”

The appointments are volunteer positions. 

There will also be a proclamation for Forget Me Not Month, which will be in September. 

Citizen comment will follow the appointments and proclamation. 

Decker said, “So the bulk of the agenda then, on the consent agenda, 17 items. There is nothing under unfinished business, and then new business where we normally have 15, 16, 17 items, there are only eight there. Not a whole lot but again, that’s the business that needs to be taken care of as mayor and council, and council specifically, will be approving all of those items there under new business, I would think. They usually don’t get this far on the agenda if they’re not going to be approved.”

The meeting can be attended in person or viewed on the City’s Facebook Page or YouTube Channel. 

For the agenda tonight, click here: https://hagerstown.novusagenda.com/agendapublic/MeetingView.aspx?MeetingID=1209&MinutesMeetingID=-1&doctype=Agenda