Patterson Council will meet Tuesday
Public hearings will be held before final action is taken Tuesday night on three ordinances including one concerning parking on public streets in Patterson.
Currently, parking is permitted on any street at any time, unless the city council specifically prohibits such action. The ordinance on the table reverses that action.
Also slated to be discussed are ordinances concerning recreational vehicles and those concerning mobile home parks.
As introduced by the council at the November meeting, the ordinances concern mobile homes and mobile home parks in B-business zones to be governed by the same rules applied to those in T-trailer zones; an ordinance defining recreational vehicles, motor homes, travel trailers and campers; and an ordinance stating where those temporary facilities are allowed to be utilized and for how long.
The last ordinance disallows using RVs as permanent residences. It will allow them to be on city utilities for no more than 30 days per calendar year.
Following public hearings on all of these ordinances at 7 p.m., the council is slated to take final action.
Also on the agenda for Tuesday’s regular monthly meeting are updates to the holiday schedule and new SWeeDee rates.
The meeting will be held at city hall and is open to the public.