MACOMB — City aldermen are set to vote on two engineering services contracts when they meet on Monday. One is a $21,000 contract with Maurer-Stutz for work on this summer's North Randolph Street overlay project, and the other is a $28,000 contract with Benton and Associates for work on a set of bus shelters.
The city council will also hear first reading of an ordinance that would amend the liquor code regarding video gaming. A final vote is scheduled on an ordinance amendment to allow liquor possession and consumption by persons renting cabins or campsites at Spring Lake Park.
The council will be asked to consider hiring Sully's Lawn Maintenance of Prairie City to mow lawns at a rate of $45 per hour. For the mowing of city property, aldermen will be asked to vote on the purchase of three zero-turn lawn mowers from Birkey's Farm Store at a cost of $25,000.
A request to raise the maximum downtown development revolving loan amount to $25,000 will be considered. The council will also be asked to approve a $22,000 loan for Mark Kelly's CMK Jewelry and Repair at 35 East Side Square.
City recognition will be given to four individuals — Ed Lavin, Ryan Carle, Jodi O'Rourke, and Mary Spencer — who assisted Alderman Tom Koch with what turned out to be a medical emergency.
The council meeting is scheduled to begin at 5:15 p.m. on the second floor of Macomb City Hall.

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