Northfield Mayor Rhonda Pownell and City Administrator Ben Martig talk about the December 11 City Council meeting. Among the topics, the Council had a presentation from Bridgewater Township relating to whether to pursue an annexation agreement with Northfield or incorporate to become its own city.
Dundas City Administrator John McCarthy talks about the December 10 City Council meeting including a truth in taxation presentation and certification of the annual levy with an 8.2% overall increase, and a work session involving human resources matters, one of which was agreement to extend an offer to the present interim police chief to serve as permanent chief.
Northfield School Superintendent Matt Hillmann reviews the December 10 School Board meeting. Topics include a presentation from SCOPE students involved in the writing of “Eden on the Cannon”, a book about the history of Northfield; truth in taxation presentation and approval of 4% increase in the 2019 levy; approval of architectural, investment services, and construction management firms for upcoming building projects.
Kate McConnell and Emily Fulton of the Northfield Union of Youth talk about the Wallflower Project, a project to help Northfield’s homeless youth find housing. They are currently looking for caring host families willing to bring a youth into their home for a specified period of time.
Northfield Chamber of Commerce President Todd Bornhauser stops by the morning show to announce the winner of the Snowflake Hunt, talk about the festivities planned for tonight at the Winter Walk in Northfield, and the Light the Bridges 2019 campaign.