Public Protests Methadone Clinic In Jackson

Public Protests Methadone Clinic In Jackson

The Jackson City Council honored retired City Manager Mike Daly at their meeting last night.  In front of a large group of friends and supporters of Daley, Mayor Connie Gonzales read a proclamation from the Council honoring Daly, who served as City Manager for 18 years, leading the city through the economic difficulties of the Great Recession and through numerous projects and events.  In other business, the Council approved the membership for the Measure E Advisory Committee, which will review applications for Measure E funds.  These funds, also known as “TOT” or Transit Occupancy Tax, is collected on hotel stays in the city, will go to groups, activities, and events that promote tourism and visitation to the city.  Interested parties can apply at Jackson City hall.  The Council also approved predestinating nine plots at the Jackson Cemetery from military to general use.  Also last night, several members of the public addressed the Council during public comments over the opening of a Methadone treatment center in the City, but as the treatment center was on the meeting's agenda, the Council took no action.

 

Written by This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Additional information