The Philomath City Council plans to meet at 7 p.m. Monday at City Hall.
The agenda includes time for a public hearing on the city’s proposed uses of state revenue sharing funds.
The meeting will also include a presentation on Public Employees Retirement System (PERS) solutions for public services by Sal Peralta and Tim Nesbitt; annual Oregon Liquor Control Commission license renewals; a memorandum of understanding between the Oregon Regional Accelerator and Innovation Network and the eight-city collaborative; a vote on a resolution to adopt a building permit program investigative fee; and a vote on a resolution to support PERS reform.
Routine business will also be a part of the meeting, including time for visitor comments and departmental reports. The mayor is scheduled to issue proclamations for Police Week and Public Works Week.
The city council also plans to go into executive session under state statue to discuss real property transactions.