City Council Briefs: License Approvals, Millage Discussion and More
Highlights from Tuesday's City Council meeting.
The Clawson City Council met for about 30 minutes on Tuesday at City Hall to discuss a few agenda items:
- The council approved coin operated device licenses for the American Legion, Fabricare Cleaners & Coin Laundry, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Moose Winooski’s, National Coney Island, Renshaw Lounge, Soccer Café, Tavern on the Main, The Hide-Out and The Laundry Palace.
- Dance licenses were approved for American Legion, Clawson Steak House, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Knights of Columbus, Moose Winooski’s, Royal Kubo and Shilla’s.
- Council also approved a resolution to recognize the Clawson Mavericks football organization as a nonprofit organization so the group can obtain charitable gaming licenses.
- The council also talked briefly about the city's millage proposal. City Manager Mark Pollock said many residents have expressed concern over what the city has to done previously to cut costs. Pollock said voters may refer to the ballot proposal infomational document on city's website. You can also calculate how much the millage will cost you as a taxpayer by visiting www.mytaxcalc.com/clawson
News you can use
- The Teen Center will host a Making Good Choices program at 11 a.m. Jan. 27 at the Hunter Community Center. The program is for middle and high school students and features a list of guest speakers from the community.
- The Clawson Athletic Booster Club will host a a euchre party at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 3 at Knights of Columbus Hall. Admission is $15, which includes food and prizes.
- The Parks & Recreation Department is requesting all local civic groups send it event dates for 2012 to go on the community calendar. This is also to avoid conflicting dates of local events.