City of Clinton moves meeting date to hold budget workshop

Will get plan for opening community center

The city of Clinton will hold its June City Council meeting a week late.

Originally scheduled for June 22, the rescheduled meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. Monday, June 29, allowing the city to hold a budget workshop at 5 p.m. Monday, June 22. Clinton City Manager Roger Houck told council Monday, May 18, “We’ll have better sales tax numbers — local and state,” for the meeting on June 22, he said.

Parks and Recreation Department will also give a presentation for its phased re-opening during the meeting on June 29. Houck said the department has been formulating plans for daily operations, especially concerning the Clinton Community Center where summer camps are expected to be available. Houck said they expect 100 pre-K through sixth-grade children for the summer camps, and as many as 300 additional children.