During the regular meeting, commissioners are scheduled to discuss revisions to sign regulations, which have been in the works for about a year.
The commission held a public hearing on the matter in April, but has not voted on the 33 pages of revisions. If approved, the new code would change size limits for certain signs and make restrictions on interstate signs more lenient, among other modifications.
The city commission is also scheduled to discuss change to rules for parking downtown.
In April, the Winchester First Board of Directors suggested a series of changes to improve parking downtown. Proposals include increasing parking tickets from $5 to $20, installing diagonal parking on a section of East Broadway and reducing loading zones. Commissioners have not voted on any of the measures yet.
Both the special work session and regular meeting will be held at City Hall and are open to the public.
On Wednesday, the Clark County Fiscal Court plans to hold a public hearing during its regular meeting at 9:30 a.m. at the Clark County Courthouse.
The court is seeking public input on a proposed property maintenance code, which would prohibit 16 types of nuisances like tall weeds, junk appliances and piles of putrid rubbish. Court members want to gage public opinion on the matter as they try to balance the needs of rural and urban areas.
Also during the meeting, the court will vote on a resolution to name the new industrial park access bridge in honor of James J. Coleman, who served as chairman of the Winchester-Clark County Industrial Development Authority.
The meeting is open to the public.
Lastly, the Winchester Municipal Utilities Commission will meet in special session at 6 p.m. Thursday at WMU's headquarters on Main Street. An agenda for the meeting has not been finalized.
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