A presentation on the Gardiner’s stormwater evaluation report is expected when the Gardiner City Council meets Wednesday.

The report was commissioned to assess parts of the city’s stormwater drainage system and recommend a priority list with budget estimates for the most critical work.

The Gardiner City Council meets at 6 p.m. Wednesday in the City Council chamber at 6 Church St.

Councilors also will hear a presentation of the fiscal year 2017 annual financial report and an update on the Cobbossee Trail design.

Elected officials are also expected to consider:

• Approving a right of way request from the Maine Department of Transportation as part of the Cobbossee Trail project;

• Holding a discussion of the heating issues at the Public Works facility and City Hall complex;

• Changing the name of First Right Road to Irving’s Way and naming the public way near Cobbosseecontee Stream by the Arcade parking lot Front Street;

• Accepting a deed from the General Services Administration for the conveyance of a communications tower, buildings, equipment and property at 78 Libby Hill Road;

• Appointing Aleczander Davis-Caire to the Housing Committee, and Jeannine L’Heureux to the Parks and Recreation Committee;

• Renewing the pawn broker’s license for Gardiner Trade Pawn; and

• Granting a special event permit for the Wile-O’Neil wedding June 30 in the park next to Johnson Hall.

Two executive sessions are scheduled. One is to consider a change to the option agreement the city has with Developers Collaborative on the former T.W. Dick property; the other is to dismiss a lien and lien charges on a Gardiner property. If the council chooses to take action on either subject, the vote will be taken in open session.


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