News Section: Local Government
This Week in Local Government: April 28-May 2, 2014
BRADENTON – The Manatee Council of Governments will hold one of their quarterly meetings on Monday. The Sarasota-Manatee MPO will also meet Monday morning, when it will hold a public hearing on several proposed amendments to its Transportation Improvement Program. During a workshop on Tuesday, the BOCC will hear a Housing and Urban Development report on its Community Development Block Grant/HOME Program. Tuesday evening, Manatee Schools Superintendent RIck Mills will meet with local residents at Miller Elementaryabout the proposal to sell surplus property owned by the school. The Bradenton City Council will convene for a workshop on Wednesday. A Thursday BOCC Land Use meeting will include a vote on approval of a map amendment for more than 32 acres for development.
Monday April 28
Manatee Council of Governments Meeting (Agenda)
Bradenton Area Convention Center
One Haben Boulevard
Sarasota/Manatee MPO Meeting (Agenda)
8009 15th Street East
Tuesday April 29
Manatee County Commission Work Session (Agenda)
4th floor, County Administration Building
1112 Manatee Ave West
Community Meeting with Manatee Schools Superintendent Rick Mills
601 43rd Street West
Wednesday April 30
Bradenton City Council Workshop
Auditorium Conference Room
1005 Barcarrota Boulevard
Thursday May 1
Manatee County Commission Land Use Meeting (Agenda)
1st floor County Administration Building
1112 Manatee Avenue West
Editor's Note: This Week in Local Government lists scheduled meetings of the various municipal governments who are covered in this publication, for which meeting results will be posted the next day after the meeting occurs. That includes the Manatee County Commission, Manatee County Planning Commission, Tourist Development Council and Port Authority, as well as the Manatee School Board, Sarasota-Manatee MPO, Bradenton City Council and Palmetto City Commission. For other meetings including island governments, downtown development authorities, CRA, fire boards, historical councils, code enforcement boards, and nuisance abatement boards, please refer to the specific municipality's calendar on their official website. In instances where multiple boards convene on the same day and we are not able to cover all meetings due to staff limitations, meetings are prioritized for coverage at our discretion.
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