Meeting tonight includes receiving public comment on County Road C2 traffic study.
The Roseville City Council this evening (Monday) is expected to continue discussion on City Manager Bill Malinen’s proposal for a two-year budget covering 2012 and 2013. Other items include the council receiving public comment and discussing a traffic study involving County Road C2; appointing candidates to the city Human Rights Commission and considering final plat approval for Pulte Homes' proposed development at the northwest corner of Lexington Avenue and County Road C2. The rest of the Council meeting agenda can be found on the city of Roseville Web site. The council meeting is scheduled to start at 6 p.m. at City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Drive.
Citizen review to be taken at Aug. 8 meeting.
More than 50 Roseville residents opposed to making County Road C2 a heavily-traveled east-west artery attended this week's Roseville City Council meeting. Most wore blue-and-white “Keep C2 closed” signs, signaling their opposition to connecting separate segments of County Road C2 between the busy north-south arteries of Snelling and Lexington Avenues North to ease traffic on Josephine Road. Josephine Road residents earlier this year proposed connecting the sections of County Road C2 – their fourth such proposal since 1988 – to ease traffic volume near their homes. Roseville Council members delayed taking testimony until their Aug. 8 meeting after Mayor Dan Roe and other Council members sensed a lengthy string of testimony from C2 residents…