Bay City Council returns from recess
City Council is back in session following its traditional summer recess and has begun the budgetary process for 2013. A fiscally conservative approach, marked by targeted cuts and restructuring of debt, has allowed the city to operate within its means without dipping into reserves specifically earmarked for public improvements to benefit our Bay Village residents. The Finance Committee is meeting frequently as the budget takes shape.
The Public Improvements Committee will soon begin a series of meetings with city administration to layout long-term public improvement plans. An aging infrastructure will require investment in municipal buildings, parks and recreation, roads and continued sewer upgrades.
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Proud to Serve,
Paul Koomar, Council President
Dwight Clark, Council At-Large
Scott Pohlkamp, Council At-Large
David Tadych, Council Ward 1
Clete Miller, Council Ward 2
Karen Lieske, Council Ward 3
Mike Young, Council Ward 4