A parking ordinance and three resolutions are among agenda items to be considered by the Greencastle Common Council when it meets in regular session at 7 p.m. Tuesday at City Hall.
The second reading of Ordinance 2006-2 will establish parking regulations during street sweeping operations. The council granted its first approval to the rules in May when Street Commissioner Paul Wilson presented the rule that would restrict parking on the streets surrounding the courthouse square so the streets could be cleaned in one night.
Resolution 2006-9 will declare an economic revitalization area for F.B. Distro's distribution center on Ind. 240.
Resolution 2006-10 authorizes additional appropriations to the city's annual budget. A public hearing on that resolution is scheduled for the outset of the meeting.
Resolution 2006-11 supports the Safe Routes to School grant application for the Connector Trail Project of People Pathways.
Also on the agenda are street closure for the Putnam County Fair Parade, set for Friday, July 21. The parade is planned to start at the intersection of Washington and Wood streets at 6 p.m., and to reach the courthouse square at 6:30 p.m. Staging for the parade floats and entries will be at Greencastle High School, and along Wood Street.
A request will also be heard to use the city's Columbia Street parking lot on Sunday, July 22 for a benefit motorcycle ride and other activities, as planned by Custom Cycle on Indiana Street.
Other items on the agenda include public petitions and comments, department reports and approval of claims.
The meeting is open to the public.