By Lou Phelps, Savannah Business Journal
April 17,2017 - With the reduced bi-weekly schedule of regular Thursday working sessions that Mayor Eddie DeLoach put in place several months ago, work for the City Council is backing up. An unusual three-hour work session on a Tuesday was publicized today.
There will be a meeting of the Savannah City Council on Tuesday, April 18, 2017, from 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. in the Media Room, on the second floor of City Hall. The AGENDA is as follows:
- Parking Study Implementation
- Capital Projects Status Review
- Debt Overview
- FY18-FY22 Capital Investments
According to Alderman Van Johnson, “We were given alternate days and dates to choose from; some of us can make it; some of us can’t."
All Work Sessions are open to the public.
- Apr. 12 – Savannah Council Work Session Thursday Agenda includes Utility Billing and Development Report updates
- Apr. 3 – City of Savannah receives federal funding for Hurricane Matthew debris removal
- FEATURE: UPDATED: Consultants recommend County seek $3 mil in fines from CorrectHealth; $2 million due to QuickRx
- Mar. 24 - City Council announces ‘Strategic Priorities” Retreat this Saturday
- Mar. 22 – Senate 298 to incorporate City of Skidaway Island has First Reading in Senate
- Mar. 3 - PHELPS ON POLITICS: CCDC Missing 20% of its Members, But Who's Counting
- Feb. 28 - Residents and Businesses encouraged by City of Savannah to get involved in Great Savannah Cleanup; Kickoff is March 4
- Feb. 27 - Sen. Ben Watson’s Weekly Update; Week ending February 24, 2017
- Feb. 27 – Landings Association holds sessions today with property owners today; Ssked to support Resolution to create city
- Feb. 20 - Rep. Bill Hitchens – Weekly Report
- Feb. 16 – As City Council discusses whether ‘At Risk’ youth are left out of Summer jobs program, a 17 year old dies
- Feb. 16 - Congressman Buddy Carter to hold Town Hall next Tuesday, Feb. 21 at 3:00 p.m. at Armstrong Center
- Feb. 15 – City Council has jam-packed Agenda for Thursday Council Work Session at 12:30 p.m.
- Feb. 14 – New Chair of Chatham's Democratic Party, Alldrien Murray, seeks to build the CCDC
- In ‘State of the City’ speech, Mayor DeLoach announces a “Savannah Shines” Campaign and city’s first Early Childhood program with Dr. Tom Lockamy
- Mar. 2 - The Ronald McDonald House of the Coastal Empire Cornhole Tournament Set For March 11
- Dec. 2 - Chamber and LaunchSAVANNAH to host Holiday Oyster Roast Dec. 15
- Oct. 31 - Chamber Announces Rescheduled Bands in the Ballpark Event for Nov. 17
- Oct. 31 - 25th Anniversary Enmarket Savannah Bridge Run to be held Dec. 3
- Oct. 19 - SDRA to host Savannah Urbanism Series: Building Beauty in the Urban Environment on Oct. 20