Ludington City Council to formalize committees, approve contracts
The Ludington City Council on Monday will vote on adopting a proposed ordinance that would formally establish and define the duties of the city’s four standing committees.
The committees are personnel and finance, public safety and utilities, building and licenses, and cemetery, parks, recreation and waterfront.
“Action by the standing committees is restricted to approving recommendations to the City Council or as otherwise specifically requested or authorized by City Council,” the proposed ordinance states.
It also states that committee meetings will be held at Ludington City Hall and will be open to the public, except as permitted by the Open Meetings Act. Likewise, all writings that are public records will also be subject to disclosure, except as permitted by the Freedom of Information Act.
To read the full story about everything on the council’s agenda for Monday, read the Saturday edition of the Ludington Daily News.