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Reporter’s Notebook: Berea City Council

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Ursula Saadeh
Reporter’s Notebook: Student Government & Berea City Council

On Jan. 8 and Jan 16., Berea City Council met for their weekly meetings.

On Jan. 8, Mary Brown was elected president pro tempore. Alycia Esson was elected back as the Clerk of the Council. Council Committee and additional appointments were announced by Ward 3 Berea City Councilman Jim Maxwell.

On Jan. 18 the council addressed questions regarding Issue 2. The 6-month moratorium on whether the Council would grant permits for medical marijuana dispensaries to open within the community is over, and they discussed the implications of zoning for medical dispensaries.

They discussed the Shade Tree Commission grant, which funds a tree inventory on public property, including parks. The inventory has begun, and they are determining the health status of local trees.

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The council adopted their annual MLK resolution to honor the 2023-24 anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s birth.

The council also adopted an ordinance to support services for the city of Berea’s engineering department for construction and post-construction oversight.

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