Budget Amendment Concerning Repairs at Senior Citizen Center Proposed

A budget amendment concerning helping pay for repairs at the Frank P. Giannini Senior Citizen Center has been proposed by the Princeton City Council.

At a meeting Monday night Mayor Kota Young explained what repairs were needed at the senior citizen center.

City Attorney Todd Wetzel then conducted the first reading of the ordinance following a sponsorship from City Council member Pat George.

Also during the meeting, Mayor Young proposed an ordinance that would change the regular session meeting time.

Following a sponsorship by City Council member Brian Conger, City Attorney Wetzel read the ordinance in full.

Both ordinances will be up for vote during the next regular session Princeton City Council meeting on Monday, December 16th at 5:30PM in the Tourism Center in downtown Princeton. The meeting is open to all in the public.