MACOMB — Aldermen are scheduled to discuss Monday a Macomb Beautiful Association request to plant a white oak tree in Chandler Park. The white oak is the state tree and it would be planted in recognition of the Illinois Bicentennial.
The city council's committee of the whole meeting will also involve a discussion on approving limited alcohol use by adults living in the Spring Lake campground.
Aldermen will discuss the 2018-2019 city budget, which will be voted on in April and take effect May 1.
Several bits of housekeeping action will also be discussed, including amendments to the plumbing code, corrections to the public works section of the municipal code, changing language pertaining to signage at the intersection of Pearl and Jefferson streets, placing handicapped parking signage on a space on the south side of Washington Street near the Randolph Street intersection, and removal of "No Parking" signs along Normal Street between Jackson and Adams streets.
The committee meeting is scheduled to begin at 5:15 p.m. on the second floor of Macomb City Hall.

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