If Monday’s Billings City Council consent agenda is any indication, the Magic City will continue to grow.
A public hearing followed by a council vote on placing the proposed Family Safety Levy on the Nov. 4 ballot is the final piece of business on Monday’s Billings City Council agenda.
With a vote scheduled on whether to move forward with drafting a nondiscrimination ordinance, Monday’s Billings City Council meeting could be one of the most crowded of the year.
Monday’s work session will give the Billings City Council its first crack at the $277.4 million budget proposed for 2014-15.
The Billings City Council will be asked Monday to return a $100,000 reserve to the Better Billings Foundation to help the organization install another waterslide at the Oasis Water Park.