Petersburg’s Washington D-C lobbyist paid the City Council a visit and gave an update on some federal issues during the Council’s regular meeting Monday night. Among other business, the Councilors agreed to weigh-in on next summer’s state ferry schedule. They got an update on efforts to cut the cost of replacing the North Harbor and they took up a measure aimed at defining a dangerous or vicious dog.
Council briefs: lobbyist, ferry concerns, harbor costs, dangerous dogs
Petersburg’s borough assembly Monday, July 6 will be voting on a new contract for employees of Petersburg Municipal Power and Light. The borough has yet to release the terms of the new collective bargaining agreement with the employees represented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. However, staffers estimate the new contract will cost an additional 156-thousand dollars. more
Petersburg is planning several days of fun events to celebrate the Independence Day holiday. Vendor and food booths are open Friday, July 3rd from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday, July 4th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on main street. The festivities kick off Thursday night, July 2nd at the Parks and Recreation community center. more