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Salem City Council To Consider Three Proposals Monday Night

By Bruce Kropp, WJBD News

The Salem City Council will consider three requests at Monday's City Council meeting.  

The council will be asked to allow the Salem Swordfish Swim Team to hold its Annual Triathlon Event on Sunday, June 23rd.  It includes use of the Aquatic Center and one of the Bryan Park shelters.  

The council will consider an amendment to the Salem Business and Industrial Commission Note Assumption Agreement for property on U.S. 50 near the Selmaville Road.  The change will not tie the city's repayment of the loan to the availability of Tax Increment Financing District money.  The SBIC purchased the property in 2000 for an industrial project that never was finalized through a loan agreement with the Jefferson, Marion, Washington Community Development Corporation.  The city would continue to make the 23 acres of land available for industrial development.

The council will be asked to give second reading approval to allow day care group homes as a special use permit in the same zoning districts the smaller day care facilities are currently allowed.  

The meeting begins at six Monday night at Salem City Hall.  

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