Discussion on a TIF application and a few comments were highlights from a fairly basic Chenoa City Council meeting Tuesday evening.
Cheryl Jolly appeared before the group regarding a TIF/BDD application but Jolly was told this would have to be discussed at a future meeting as there is no agreement to vote on yet. More will likely be coming down the road.
Local resident Sarah Michaels promoted the Route 66 Red Carpet Corridor Festival coming Saturday, May 7 which will include events in Chenoa. During public comments, a question was asked about the police contract with Gridley.