Peekskill city officials are scheduled to have a workshop and Common Council meeting tonight in city hall.
During tonight’s workshop, which begins at 6:30 p.m., officials are scheduled to discuss a $10 registration fee for users of the Kiley Youth Center, which was was one of the areas at risk of facing staffing cuts in this year’s budget. The fee, which would be paid every quarter, is one of the ways city officials hope to make up the $30,000 in revenue needed to keep the center open.
Officials are also expected to discuss a proposed law to allow bed and breakfasts in the city. A public hearing on the law is scheduled to take place later during the Common Council meeting, which takes begins at 7:30 p.m.
Public hearing are also scheduled for the establishment of an energy loan program and the granting of a special permit for a on 115 North Water St.
The Common Council is also expected to designate the officials banks and the officials newspapers for the city during tonight’s meeting. Agendas are available in the PDFs attached to this story.