Here’s a roundup of what local elected leaders are scheduled to talk about during public meetings this week.
Springfield City Council
To watch: The city's system requires registration to watch and to participate in meetings. Use the links for meetings to register and get information to attend.
To listen: Dial 1-971-247-1195 or 877-853-5257 and use the meeting ID.
To comment: There will be instructions during the meeting for speaking during public comment or public hearings.
When: 6 p.m. Tuesday
What: Staff will ask councilors for guidance on spending American Rescue Plan Act funds and present the annual comprehensive financial report.
ID: 863 6327 5521
When: 7 p.m. Tuesday
What: After opening the meeting and considering the consent agenda, councilors will hold public hearings on a capital improvement plan for 2023 to 2027 and on a new fee option for developers working in the right of away.
They'll then listen and respond to general public comment.
The council also will discuss reappointing the city's current representative to the Metropolitan Wastewater Management Commission.
Councilors then will decide whether to approve the sale of city-owned property on South 57th Street. The city purchased the property intending to redevelop it into a new fire station, but it's no longer needed for that purpose.
ID: 863 6327 5521
Eugene City Council
To watch: Meetings stream online at bit.ly/Eugene-meetings and broadcast on Comcast channel 21.
To listen: Dial 1-971-247-1195 or 877-853-5257 and use the meeting ID and passcode.
To comment: When there's a public forum or public hearing, there will be an option to join the meeting. People who call in also can comment. There are instructions given for speaking during the meeting.
When: Noon Wednesday
What: Councilors will go over the municipal court judge's self-evaluation.
They have time for a second topic if needed but don't have anything set for discussion.
ID and passcode: 847 2852 1132; council9
Contact city government watchdog Megan Banta at email@example.com. Follow her on Twitter @MeganBanta_1.
This article originally appeared on Register-Guard: On the Agenda: American Rescue Plan Act, municipal judge evaluation