BANGOR – The following are city meetings and other activities for the week ahead. All will be held in City Council chambers at City Hall unless otherwise indicated.
. Monday: City office closed for Columbus Day observance.
. Tuesday: 7 p.m., school committee, agenda includes recognition, school security measures, Oct. 1 enrollment, changes and implications on Individuals with Disabilities Act funding, SAT profile for Class of 2006, extra duty assignments, July and August financial statements.
. Wednesday: 4 p.m., Bangor Housing Authority board of directors, 161 Davis Road, agenda includes discussion regarding vouchers, purchase of electricity, proposed commissioners conference; 6 p.m., City Council’s business and economic development committee, special meeting, agenda includes consideration of community development residential rehabilitation loans; 6:15 p.m., City Council, executive session regarding permanent racino site; 6:30 p.m., City Council, executive session regarding lawsuit against Citizen Communications; 7 p.m., harbor committee, harbor master’s building on Front Street, agenda includes follow-up discussion on new flagpole, overview of city’s waterfront redevelopment plan, discussion about waterfront activity and planning in adjacent communities; 7:30 p.m., City Council, regular meeting, agenda includes amended lease for permanent racino site, memorandum of understanding with Bangor Land Trust and Keep Bangor Beautiful to create Bangor Trails Project committee and designation of city representatives, resolve expressing city’s opposition to the Taxpayer Bill of Rights citizens initiative referendum that will appear on November ballot, authorization of Sylvan Road sewer extension.
. Thursday: 5 p.m., Dakin Pool executive committee, city manager’s office, agenda includes status of site plan, uses of pending state grant, update on fundraising campaign; 7 p.m., historic preservation commission, agenda includes request to replace second floor balcony deck and roof membrane.
. Saturday: 4 p.m., Park Woods transitional housing complex, Bolling Drive, dedication of mural “War Inside Me” by Bob Shetterly, Patricia Wheeler, Maureen Block and Doug Rawlings.
Detailed information about the meetings is available at www.bangormaine.gov.