Here’s what’s ahead for the April 6th, electronic Salisbury City Council Meeting… Mayor Alexander will proclaim: April 18th through the 24th as National Crime Victim’s Rights Week and The Month of April as Financial Literacy, Child Abuse Prevention, Autism Acceptance and Fair Housing Month. Council will consider: •\tEndorsement of a partnership with Operation Hope to engage community partners for the 1MBB initiative. •\tTwo Land Development District Map Amendments and hold related public hearings. The first to rezone nine acres in the vicinity of Jake Alexander Blvd. and South Main Street from Residential Mixed Use and Highwyay Business to Residential Mixed Use and Establish a Conditional District Overlay for an 84-unit multi-family development. The second to rezone six acres located in the 100 block of Brenner Avenue to maintain the underlying Corridor Mixed-Use, remove the existing, expired Conditional District Overlay and establish a new Conditional District Overlay to allow for an 84-unit, multi-family development. •\tAuthorizing Mayor Alexander to execute an easement to Rowan County for a Chemical Booster Station to serve the North East Water System. •\tAuthorization for a sole source purchase from Badger Meter, Inc. for $585,000 for cellular endpoints and the extended warranties and adoption of a Capital Project Ordinance for $1 million to purchase and install advanced metering infrastructure endpoint upgrades. •\tAnd a resolution establishing filing fees for municipal elections The meeting starts at 6 pm. Anyone who wishes to speak during public comment must sign-up by 5 p.m. on April 6th, by contacting Kelly Baker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704-638-5233. Written comments received by April 6th at 5 p.m. will be shared with City Council but not read out loud during the meeting. All City Council meetings will be held electronically until further notice to remain consistent with limiting physical interactions and the potential spread of COVID-19. The meeting will be streamed live at salisburync.gov/webcast and on the City’s Facebook and Twitter accounts. You can also view the meeting later on demand at SalisburyNC.gov/videos, or broadcast on WSRG –TV (Hotwire channel 394 and Spectrum channel 16).