Members emphasized that the issue of children traveling alone in the U.S. is particularly important because it affects many people, particularly in the area surrounding this university.
Kenneth Young will be the city's first Black city manager and will start his new position on Monday, Sept. 27.
The council unanimously passed a resolution Tuesday night acknowledging the systemic and structural racism in the city.
The meeting lasted nine hours.
The speaker is also running to be next year's vice president.
The chancellor will decide on the refunds.
The resolution would add at least ten scooter parking zones to campus.
About ten residents spoke up regarding the ordinances.
The bill is set to be proposed in the state legislature in January.
Construction will probably begin in a year, Mayor Patrick Wojahn said.