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This Week in Local Government: June 10-14, 2013


BRADENTON – It's a light week for local government boards. On Monday, the Manatee School Board will hold public hearings for revisions to the District's Student Progression Plan and Student Code of Conduct (including revisions to parental rights policy, search and seizure and police questioning policy, and the introduction of unannounced lockdown drills). The board will also hold a public hearing for approval of advertising proposals for revising charter school policy and policy to support preference for local businesses for purchasing and contracting. The Bradenton City Council will vote on whether to approve various business permits on Wednesday, and the Manatee County Planning Commission will meet on Thursday.

Monday June 10

Manatee County School Board Meeting (Agenda)

5:45 p.m.

Manatee County School Board Bldg.

215 Manatee Avenue West


 *Representative of the state Transition Team that recently produced an evaluation report and Economic Recovery Plan for the Manatee County School District will be available to answer questions from the School Board and public from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. 

Tuesday June 11

No meetings

Wednesday June 12

Bradenton City Council Meeting (Agenda)

8:30 a.m.

City Hall

101 Old Main Street


Thursday June 13

Manatee County Planning Commission Meeting (Agenda)

9:00 a.m.

BOCC Chambers

1st floor County Administration Building

1112 Manatee Ave West


Editor's Note: This Week in Local Government lists scheduled meetings of the various municipal governments who are covered in this publication, for which meeting results will be posted the next day after the meeting occurs. That includes the Manatee County Commission, Manatee County Planning Commission, Tourist Development Council and Port Authority, as well as the Manatee School Board, Sarasota-Manatee MPO, Bradenton City Council and Palmetto City Commission. For other meetings including island governments, downtown development authorities, CRA, fire boards, historical councils, code enforcement boards, and nuisance abatement boards, please refer to the specific municipality's calendar on their official website. In instances where multiple boards convene on the same day and we are not able to cover all meetings due to staff limitations, meetings are prioritized for coverage at our discretion.


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