While the dog law will get the headlines, a more obscure resolution on Monday's agenda is of interest.
Council will adopt a new benefits policy for non-union employees who are new hires to the City.
It will require a 25% contribution to health insurance premiums, which is the amount now paid by Council's two contract employees, the manager and clerk.
While the immediate impact is minimal, it does further send the message there is a real cost to benefits like this as 25% of a family plan is about $300 a month.
This is a measure I advanced again last year and it comes to a vote tonight.
Current contribution levels for management employees is about 15%.
NOTE-The dog law was not listed on the agenda page but is in the stack of resolutions and ordinances. In any event it will require unanimous consent to be voted on Tuesday. Without that, it rolls to the next meeting. That is the most likely scenario.