Besides a vote to tie a final bow around  the budget, the aldermen look to be tying off other loose ends in their committee agendas this week.

In the Bigger Fish to Fry category is Riverside: including work on parking, traffic, landscaping, etc. Incidentally, parking spaces, and waiving minimums, seems to take an inordinate amount of aldermanic time.

Capital projects continue to work their ways through the process, including Carr, Angier, fire stations and more.

And an interesting question: should the Aldermen be able to participate in meetings by Skype? Vote by email? That’s coming up in Programs & Services. What do you think?