The Madison City Commission will consider authorizing an agreement between the city and South Dakota State University for the university to perform a study on a pavement management system for the city when the commissioners meet at 5:30 p.m. on Monday at City Hall.
SDSU officials have told the city commissioners that a pavement management system will help city personnel in evaluating pavement condition, outlining the most cost-effective maintenance treatments, and performing the maintenance and rehabilitation treatments. The study has a 2 1/2 -year timetable.
Before their weekly meeting, the commissioners will hold their monthly city supervisors' meeting at 4:30 p.m. in the Madison City Library.
The commissioners will hold a hearing at 5:35 p.m. concerning the assessment rolls for city sidewalk improvements and repairs related to sidewalk improvement projects 2012-2, 2012-4, and 2012-5. After the hearing, they will consider adopting the assessment rolls and levy assessments for the three projects.
The commissioners will consider authorizing the mayor to sign a statement of support for an application made by the Inter-Lakes Community Action Partnership to apply for a grant to help homeless and near-homeless households in ICAP's 14-county service area.
The commissioners will consider approving a temporary alcohol license for the Dakota State University Foundation and Aramark for a foundation event held Oct. 19 at the Dakota Prairie Playhouse.
The commissioners have scheduled an executive session (1) to consult with legal counsel about proposed or pending litigation or contractual matters and (2) to discuss marketing or pricing strategies by a commission of a government-owned business when a public discussion may prove harmful to the competitive position of the business.