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Henderson City board to discuss livestock regulations within city limits

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The Henderson Mayor and Board of Aldermen meeting of June will occur at 7 p.m. this evening, June 10, at Henderson City Hall in the Council Chambers.
Mayor Bobby King and the aldermen will discuss drafting new regulations pertaining to livestock in the city.
There are numerous ordinances that will be considered for approval.
Henderson will hold a public hearing on considering final action on the 2021-2022 City Budget and Tax Rate Ordinance with the proposed tax rate remaining the same at $1.05 per $100 of assessed value.
The board will consider an ordinance on the final reading to adjust water and sewer rates.
Action on an ordinance amending the Henderson Regional Zoning Ordinance will be considered. It would allow a use on appeal and set regulations for solar farms in the planning region.
The mayor and board of aldermen will also consider an ordinance amending the current 2020-2021 Budget to account for revenues and expenditures related to grants.
Other items on the agenda include: considering bids received for a security fence at the utility operations building at 60 Record Drive; considering a resolution approving the 3.0% cost of living increase as well as the standard pay scales for all city departments and considering approval of the 2021-2022 Utility Department Operations and Capital Expenditure Budget.

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