Discussion of future infrastructure needs will dominate the Senoia City Council retreat this weekend, according to the meeting agenda.
The council and staff will head to the north Georgia mountains for the retreat, which will be held Friday and Saturday at The Dillard House in Dillard.
The agenda has Friday being devoted to discussion of the sewer plant, water plant, and adding new city personnel in the 2020 budget.
Engineer Chris Poje will teleconference in to discuss the proposed new sewer plant. There will also be a discussion on the city’s water treatment plant.
Saturday’s agenda has 20 items, including storm water and funding update, occupational tax, fee schedules, residential leak insurance, commercial and residential development review, special events, the demolition of homes in the historic district, and future development and sewer capacity.
Also on the agenda are the discussion of a farmer’s market, parks and recreation, the alcohol ordinance, acquisition and funding of new parking locations, the industrial park, TSPLOST, multi-purpose neighborhood trails, and “Main Street - Train Depot - Travis St. project.”
The retreat is an open meeting for any local residents who wish to attend. Hours are noon to 5 p.m. Friday, and 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1 - 4 p.m. Saturday.