Note: This work session has been canceled due to weather and will be rescheduled at a later date.
Agenda items for a Tuesday evening Oak Ridge City Council work session include a briefing on a proposed U.S. Department of Energy landfill, a proposed comment letter on the K-25 History Center at Fire Station Number Four in west Oak Ridge, and next steps on an independent review of turnover and morale in the Police Department.
The work session starts at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the Multipurpose Room of the Central Services Complex.
The proposed comment letter on the K-25 History Center could also address the proposed observation structure and grounds plan.
Council could also discuss and work on finalizing the establishment of a joint committee for the Oak Ridge Preschool project with a goal of establishing space needs, developing an affordable finance plan, developing a project timetable, and making a public education plan. Oak Ridge City Manager Mark Watson has recommended including three city staff members—Janice McGinnis, Jon Hetrick, and Pat Fallon—in the group, along with one City Council member.
The ORPD review is also expected to include administrative policies.
Also scheduled to be discussed are any goals or concerns to be examined by the Special Events Advisory Task Force.
Other agenda items include a review of city policies for filling vacancies on city boards, and a discussion and briefing on the expired Daniel Arthur Building and Senior Citizens Center lease.
The City Council could have a special-called meeting at noon February 20 in the Municipal Building Training Room to consider the Oak Ridge Preschool joint committee and the ORPD review.
See the agenda here: Oak Ridge City Council Work Session Feb. 17, 2015.