Agenda January 12, 2017 Board of Aldermen Meeting

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City Of Billings   P.O. Box 207   Billings, MO 65610

Phone 417-744-2581                          Fax 417-744-4560

 

 

 

AGENDA FOR JANUARY 12, 2017 REGULAR SESSION OF THE

BILLINGS BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS IN THE

BILLINGS CITY HALL AT 7:00 P.M.

 

ROLL CALL.

 

Mayor Hodges to open the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

 

OLD BUSINESS.

a.   BILL NO. 17-01 —  An Ordinance Amending the Budget for the Fiscal Year

 

     January 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016.  First and Second Reading.  Vote.

b.   Discuss employee pay raises for 2017,( pay raises for 2016 were discussed October

 

      8, 2015 Board meeting), postponed from December 29th Special Called Meeting.

      Possible Vote.

 

NEW BUSINESS, MEMORIALS, PROCLAMATION AND ORDINANCES.

a.    Consent Agenda.  Vote.

 

      Review and approve the Minutes for the Regular Session Meeting of the Board of  

      Alderpersons on December 8, 2016.

      Review and approve the Minutes for the Special Called Session of the Board of

     Alderpersons on December 29, 2016.

     Review and approve the Treasurer’s Report.

     Review and approve the Police Report.

     Review and approve the Municipal Court Report.

     Review and approve the Animal Control Report.

     Review and approve the Wastewater Maintenance Report.

     Review and approve the Water Report.

     Review and approve the Building Inspector’s Report.

     Review and approve the Planning and Zoning Minutes.

b.   Doris Schmidt to discuss having a Cattle Show at this year’s Fair.  Possible Vote.

c.   Review and accept Mr. Kelly’s letter of resignation.  Possible Vote.

d.   Discuss RQF for new attorney.  Possible Vote.

e.   Mayor to make appointments for City Employees as follows: 

 

City Clerk                              Ruth M. Haskins

Deputy City Clerk                 Chris M. Hopkins

Police Chief                            David Taylor

City Treasurer                       Chris M. Hopkins

Animal Control Officer         Keith Hilburn

Water Supt.                            Randy Poindexter

Building Code Enforcement Terry Danley

Water Clerk                           Gail Steinert

Engineer                                 Archer-Elgin, Engineering

Board to approve appointments in aggregate.  Possible Vote.

f.   Mayor to make appointments for liaisons as follows:               

 

Planning and Zoning                  Jessie Coker

Library Board                             Mickey Brown

Fair Board                                   Jack VanZandt

Board to approve appointments in aggregate.  Possible Vote.

g.   Board to make nominations for President of the Board.  Possible Vote.

h.   Brown to discuss status of Library utilities, city funding, etc.  Possible Vote.

i.   Brown to discuss status of flusher truck.  Possible Vote.

j.   Brown to discuss building garage at treatment plant.  How are the bids to be solicited? 

 

     Possible Vote.

k.  Mayor needs approval for chlorination equipment for Well #2 and Well #3 as emergency

 

     hook-ups of pump and tank at Well #3 and pump at Well #2.  The total cost will be

     $760.00 complete.  Possible Vote.

l.   Review and approve payment of wages, expenses, bills, statements and other expenditures

 

     for the month of December 2016.  Possible Vote. 

 

No further business.

 

Adjournment.

 

The Undersigned, Hereby Certifies That a True Copy of the Foregoing Agenda was posted at City

Hall, Billings, Missouri on this the 10th day of January 2017 at 3:00 p.m.

 

 

 

 

_________________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

Draft Minutes of Special Called Meeting December 29, 2016 Board of Aldermen

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MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS SPECIAL CALLED

MEETING ON DECEMBER 29, 2016 AT 7:00 P.M. IN BILLINGS CITY HALL

 

Present were:  Mayor Michael Hodges, Officer Levi Neely, Water & Sewer Supt. Randy Poindexter, Treasurer Chris M. Hopkins and City Clerk Ruth M. Haskins.

 

Citizens and guests:  None.

 

ROLL CALL.

Jack VanZandt           Present

Holly Fender               Present

Mickey Brown            Present

Don Powell                  Present

Melissa Venable         Present

Jesse Coker                 Present

 

Mayor Hodges asked everyone to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.  None.

 

OLD BUSINESS.

BILL NO. 16-23 — An Ordinance Amending the Zoning Code and Official Zoning Code Map by Changing the Classification of Property owned by David Rauch from “R-1” to “C-2” and from “R-1” to “R-2”.  Motion to have the First Reading by Title Only made by Brown seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Mayor asked the City Clerk to read Bill No.  16-23 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No.  16-23 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the First Reading of Bill No.  16-23 by Title Only made by Brown seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion to have the Second Reading by Title Only made by Powell seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.        No abstentions.  Mayor Hodges asked the City Clerk to Read Bill No.  16-23 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No.  16-23 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the Second Reading and for Final Passage thereof made by Powell seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  BILL NO.  16-23 is now ORDINANCE 16-23.

 BILL NO. 16-24 — An Ordinance Imposing and Extending a Tax for Capital Improvements on all Sellers for the Privilege in Engaging in the Business of Selling Tangible Personal Property of Rendering Taxable Services at Retail at the Rate of .5 Percent on the Receipts from the Sale at Retail of all Tangible Personal Property or Taxable Services at Retail Within Said City, if such Property and Services are Subject to Taxation by the State of Missouri under Provisions of Chapter 144 RSMo Pursuant to the Authority Granted by, and Subject to the Provisions of,  Section 94.577 RSMo; Providing for the Sun setting of such Tax, and providing for Submission of this Ordinance to the Qualified Voters of Said City for  their Approval at the General Municipal Election to be held in said City on April 4, 2017.  Motion to have the First Reading of Bill No.  16-24 by Title Only made by VanZandt seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Mayor Hodges asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-24 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No.  16-24 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the First Reading by Title Only made by Powell seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion to have the Second Reading of Bill No. 16-24 by Title Only made by VanZandt seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Mayor Hodges asked the City Clerk to read Bill No.  16-24 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-24 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the Second Reading by Title Only and for Final Passage thereof, made by VanZandt seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None. No abstentions.  BILL NO. 16-24 is now ORDINANCE 16-24.

BILL NO. 16-25 — An Ordinance Amending Subsection 13 of Section 215.010 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Relates to Nuisances Affecting Health.  Motion to have the First Reading of Bill No. 16-25 by Title Only made by Coker seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Mayor Hodges asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-25 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-25 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the First Reading by Title Only made by VanZandt seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion to have the Second Reading of Bill No. 16-25 by Title Only made by Fender seconded by Brown.  Mayor Hodges asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-25 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-25 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the Second Reading by Title Only and for Final Passage thereof, made by Coker seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown,  Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.        BILL NO.  16-25 is now ORDINANCE 215.010.

 

NEW BUSINESS, INCLUDING MEMORIALS AND ORDINANCES.

Hopkins discussed the Budget Amendment for 2016. Motion to accept the amendment made by Brown seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

 

Hopkins discussed the Budget for the Fiscal year of 2017. Hopkins read the narrative for the Budget for January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017.  Venable stated any raises and evaluations will be discussed in the January meeting.  Motion made by Coker seconded by VanZandt.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

BILL NO. 16-26 — An Ordinance for Establishing the Budget for the Fiscal Year January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017.  Motion to have the First Reading of Bill No. 16-26 by Title Only made by Coker seconded by Fender.  Mayor Hodges asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-26 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-26 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the First Reading of Bill No. 16-26 by Title Only made by VanZandt seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion to have the Second Reading of Bill No. 16-26 by Title Only made by Brown seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Mayor Hodges asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-26 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill 16-26 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the Second Reading by Title Only and for Final Passage thereof, made by Coker seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  BILL NO. 16-26 is now                 ORDINANCE NO. 16-26.

Mayor discussed getting cell phones for the Water and Sewer Department under a City plan, that way they will not have to use their personal phones. Motion made by Powell to obtain cell phones, no second, motion dies.  Mayor will check with several phone services about obtaining phones and bring back to the Board with prices.

 

No further business.

 

Motion to adjourn made by Coker seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

 

 

                                                                        ______________________________________

                                                                         Michael B. Hodges,  Mayor

 

 

ATTEST

 

 

________________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk   

 

 

Draft Minutes of December 8, 2016 Board of Aldermen Meeting

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MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS REGULAR MEETING ON

DECEMBER 8, 2016 AT 7:10 P.M. IN BILLINGS CITY HALL

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Present were: Mayor Michael Hodges, Chief David Taylor, Attorney Jim Kelly, Water & Sewer Maint. Supt. Randy Poindexter, Treasurer Chris M. Hopkins and City Clerk Ruth M. Haskins.

 

Citizens and guests present were:  Mr. & Mrs. Hank Whitlow, Kelsy Cochran, Tammy Henry, Johnny Monger, Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Sanders and David Rauch.

 

ROLL CALL.

Jack VanZandt               Present

Holly Fender                  Present

Don Powell                    Present

Mickey Brown               Present

Melissa Venable           Absent

Jessie Coker                   Absent

 

Mayor asked everyone to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

Mayor asked if anyone had anything that is not of the Agenda.

 

Brown stated a citizen had asked him to look into moving the 60 MPH sign east bound on Hwy. 60 farther to the east.  Brown talked to Chief Taylor and got a number to call MODOT, talked to an engineer about this concern.  VanZandt stated that sounds like a good idea.  The engineer is to check on this.  Powell asked Chief Taylor if this was a problem?  Chief responded no.

 

Mrs. Whitlow stated Kelsy Cochran has received an extreme invoice for repair to water meter and labor, it was almost $400.00.  Whitlow stated they were looking for a water leak that was never found.  Mrs. Whitlow stated it looked as if the city people were paid twice, charged for meter which she did not receive and a valve.  Poindexter stated it was not a water meter, it was a meter set and water pit that was damaged by the back hoe operated by Mr. Whitlow.  Tammy Henry stated when the back hoe struck the water line and jerked the line and it pulled the city side of the water line.  Poindexter stated the meter set had been pulled into the meter pit and he was unable to get a tool in to get the meter set off, so he had to break up the clay tile meter pit. 

Henry stated it did not damage the meter pit.  Mrs. Whitlow stated she was there three different times but they were not ever there when she was there.  Henry stated they were paid twice.  VanZandt stated if they were working on city time, the city is only wanting to be reimbursed for his time.  VanZandt asked if after the line was replaced by Whitlow the meter stopped spinning.  They responded yes the leak stopped.  VanZandt stated the Board is willing to reduce the invoice to $177.50 minus the $24.00.  Henry stated Whitlow did not break the meter pit.  VanZandt stated the meter set was bent and could not get out without breaking out the pit.  Henry stated they were still getting paid double.  VanZandt stated the city is only trying to get reimbursement for the wages.  VanZandt stated the Board will go to $120.00 plus the $24.00.  Brown stated Poindexter was working on a private matter.  Mayor stated you are only paying for one-half of the bill.  Whitlow asked if she would be able to make payments.  Brown asked where the hole was, if on your property it is up to the owner to get taken care of.

 

Hopkins stated DNR sent a form to be filled out and returned, however the Board needs to answer a question that is on the form.  Should a regional wastewater district be willing to operate your system, how willing would you be to this option.  Board responded unlikely.

 

OLD BUSINESS.

  1. BILL NO. 16-20 — An Ordinance Repealing the Provisions of Chapter 610 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Relates to Peddlers and Solicitors.  Motion to have the Second Reading of Bill No. 16-20 by Title Only made by VanZandt seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

Mayor asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-20 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-20 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the second reading and for Final Passage thereof made by Brown seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

  1. Hopkins discussed increasing the City Liability from three (3) million to six (6) million. The additional three (3) million dollar liability would cost $3,600.00, however on page six (6) of the contract it reads if the city pays the Railroad $725.00 that would be covered under the Railroad’s coverage.  Blevins has been contracted to do the asphalt, however they will not do the work until the insurance is in place.  The Railroad is repairing the crossing by replacing the ties with concrete slabs and some asphalt.  The Railroad has a contract with Blevins for the asphalt.  If the work is not finished by the end of December the money will have to be sent back to the federal government.  Kelly stated this is the Railroad holding the city hostage, just need to tell them to go fly a kite.  Kelly stated the contract has not been signed, therefore no money is owed to them.  Hopkins stated then all the money from the mitigation will have to be sent back.  Fender stated the old Mayor is the person who did the mitigation estimate for the work to be done.  Kelly asked if the $725.00 is each year or just a one-time payment.  Hopkins stated a one- time payment.  Kelly stated if the contract is signed, then the $10,000.00 payment will be due, and the city is claiming to own the road to the crossing.  Hopkins stated the city was deeded the road in 1992 from the Fabro family.  Kelly asked if the deed had been accepted.  Kelly stated then just pay the $725.00 for the insurance instead of $3,600.00, which would be a waste.  Motion to obtain the Insurance Certificate from Tony Taylor for $3,000,000 to present to Blevins to have the work completed at the Railroad crossing and authorize the Mayor to sign the contract with the Railroad made by Fender seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  2. Hopkins discussed the Nine (9) month Budget Amendment adjustment.  Hopkins stated there were was clerical errors on the Amendment.  The total adjustment was $3,085.00 in expenses.  Board was made aware of the error, will amend in December.
  3. Poindexter discussed the needed repairs at the Wastewater Plant.  Bert Bond was to do the repairs, however it has not been started.  Poindexter has another quote from Smith & Edwards Construction for $4,350.00.  Motion to accept the quote for the repairs from Smith & Edwards for $4,350.00 made by VanZandt seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

 

NEW BUSINESS, MEMORIALS, PROCLAMATION AND ORDINANCES.

  1. Consent Agenda.  Motion to review and adopt the Consent Agenda made by Fender seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions. 
  2. Finding of Fact from Planning and Zoning Commission.  Motion to have an Ordinance for the rezoning of Rauch’s property at the corner of Main and Hamilton made by Brown seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  3. Hopkins discussed the Capitol Improvement Sales Tax will sunset in September 2017.  There is enough money left to pay for the repairs to the front wall of City Hall, however not enough to do the needed repairs to the side wall and the rear wall.  Hopkins stated would like for the Board to consider renewing the Sales Tax for two years.  Motion to authorize Kelly to write an Ordinance to extend the Sales tax be put on the April 2017 ballot, this will have to be sent to Kay Brown before January 17, 2017 made by Powell seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  4. Hopkins stated the Ordinances that have been passed since April need to be sent to Sullivan’s to recodify.  Motion to have the Code Book up dated made by Fender seconded by VanZandt.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  5. Hopkins and Chief Taylor discussed the employee insurance, they have two quotes one from Humana and the other from Cox Health.  There is a difference of $3,000.00 per year, with Humana the more costly.  At the present time, the plan is with Humana, most of the employees would like to stay with Humana.  Motion to renew the employees insurance with Humana made by Fender, might have to go over this at Budget time, seconded by VanZandt.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  6. Rauch stated the signs had been bought by private citizens, however they now belong to the city.  Rauch was gone on vacation, the sign had been hit be a vehicle and was in the ditch.  A MODOT employee was good enough to put them back up, but the Leon Rauch sign needs to be replaced.  VanZandt stated need to get some prices.
  7. Fender discussed the Booster Club taking the concession stand for the softball games this Spring, if no one else is taking this.  VanZandt stated when that was originally built it was for the Booster Club.  Motion to postpone to the February 9, 2017 meeting made by VanZandt seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  8. Venable absent.  Table.
  9. Venable absent.  Table.
  10. Venable absent.  Table.

 

 

 

 

  1. Hopkins discussed the 2017 Budget Preparations set for December 29, 2017 to finalize.

Motion to have Special Meeting December 29th at 7:00 p.m. made by VanZandt seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.   Hopkins has 4 questions that have to be answered:             

Is the City doing the Fireworks in 2017?  Motion to approve Fireworks made by Brown seconded by VanZandt.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.

 Does Hopkins still need to put money in Police car Reserve?  Motion to continue reserve payments made by Powell seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.

Does Economic Development still receive funds for 2017?  Motion to continue funding this account made by Fender seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown and Powell.  VanZandt abstains.

Does the Library receive funds for 2017?  Motion for no funds for the Library made by Fender seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Powell and VanZandt.  Brown abstains

Is Hilburn to receive $40.00 per month for cell phone?  Motion to approve when a paid receipt is presented made by Powell seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.

 

New assignments for 2017 Budget per Mayor as follows:

     General                 Holly Fender

     PD & Court          Don Powell

     ACO & PZ            Jessie Coker

     Street                     Melissa Venable

     Park                       Jack VanZandt

     Water, Sewer        Mickey Brown

Please make appointment with Hopkins before December 29, 2017.

  1. Motion to review and approve payment of wages, expenses, bills, statements and other expenditures for the month of November 2016 made by VanZandt seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  Abstained 0.  

No further business.

Motion to adjourn made by Powell seconded by VanZandt at 9:35 p.m.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

 

 

 

                                                                                         _________________________________

                                                                                         Michael Hodges, Mayor

 

 

ATTEST

 

 

_________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

 

 

 

Library Agenda January 10, 2017

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                                    BILLINGS CITY LIBRARY

                                                AGENDA

                                     January 10, 2017 6:30 PM

                                          LIBRARY BUILDING

                                           252 NE US Hwy 60

 

Old business:

A.    Eagle Scout Project

 

New business:

A.    Treasurer Report

B.    New Officers

C.    Volunteers

D.    Chili Supper Fundraiser

 

 

 

 

Prepared by: Jenna Groves

01/09/17 12:50 pm

Posted City Hall 2:00 pm 1/09/2017

Planning & Zoning Agenda Thursday, January 5, 2017

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City of Billings          P.O. Box 207           Billings MO 65610

Ph. 417-744-2581      202 NE US Hwy 60     Fax 417-744-4560                

Agenda for Planning & Zoning Commission

for

Thursday, January 5, 2016

7:00 P.M.

Billings City Hall, Boardroom

202 NE US Hwy 60

AGENDA

ROLL CALL of Commissioners

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

 

Review of Minutes for the Regular Meeting on Thursday, December 1, 2016.  Unavailable.

 

OLD BUSINESS

 

None.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

  1. Election of Officers

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

_________________________________

Chris M. Hopkins, Deputy City Clerk

 

Posted at City Hall 01/03/2017   3:30 p.m.

Board of Aldermen Meeting Thursday, December 8, 2016

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City Of Billings   P.O. Box 207   Billings, MO 65610

Phone 417-744-2581                         Fax 417-744-4560

 

 

AGENDA FOR DECEMBER 8, 2016 REGULAR SESSION OF THE

             BILLINGS BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS IN THE

                         BILLINGS CITY HALL AT 7:00 P.M.

 

                                    PUBLIC HEARING___________________

 

Mayor to open Public Hearing.

1.     Proposed Request for Rezoning the property of David Rauch at the corner of Hamilton and Main Street from R-1 to C-2, legal description as follows:

 

All of Lots1, 2 and 3 (100 ft. X 120 ft.) and the 40 ft. of the abandoned street abutting the three lots in the original Town of Billings, Christian County, Missouri according to the recorded plat thereof.

2.    Proposed Request for Rezoning the property of David Rauch, address 110 Main St., Billings, Missouri for R-1 to R-2, legal description as follows:

 

All of Lots 4, 5 and 6 (100 ft. X 120 Ft.) and the 40 ft. of the abandoned street abutting the three lots in the original Town of Billings, Christian County, Missouri, according to the recorded plat thereof.

All interested persons and citizens may appear and will be given the opportunity to be heard either in support or in opposition of the Proposed Rezoning. 

Mayor to close the Public Hearing for Proposed Request for Rezoning the property of David Rauch from R-1 to C-2 and from R-1 to R-2.

 

ROLL CALL. 

Mayor to open the Regular Session of the Board of Alderpersons Meeting with the Pledge

of Allegiance.

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

 

OLD BUSINESS.

   a.   BILL NO. 16-20 — An Ordinance Repealing the Provisions of Chapter 610 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Relates to Peddlers and solicitors.  Second Reading only.  Possible Vote.

   b.   Hopkins to discuss additional Commercial Insurance Premium, increase City liability from three (3) million to six (6) million. Possible Vote.

   c.   Hopkins to discuss Nine (9) Month Budget Amendment adjustment. Possible Vote.

   d.   Poindexter to discuss quote from Smith & Edwards Construction for repairs at the Wastewater Plant that Bert Bond had been approved to do for up to $3,000.00, however he has not started the job. Need approval to have another company do the repairs, but at a higher price of $4,350.00.  Possible Vote.

 

NEW BUSINESS, MEMORIALS, PROCLAMATION AND ORDINANCES.

a.      Consent Agenda. Vote.

Review and approve the Minutes for the Regular Session Meeting of the Board of Alderpersons on November 10, 2016.

Review and approve the Treasurer’s Report.

Review and approve the Police Report.

Review and approve the Municipal Court Report.

Review and approve the Animal Control Report.

Review and approve the Wastewater Maintenance Report.

Review and approve the Water Report.

Review and approve the Building Inspector’s Report.

Review and approve the Planning and Zoning Minutes.

b.     Finding of Fact from the Planning and Zoning Commission on rezoning of property at the corner of Hamilton and Main Streets, Lots 1, 2 & 3 from R-1 to C-2 and Lots 4, 5 & 6 from R-1 to R-2. Possible Vote.

c.     Discuss renewing the Capitol Improvement Sales Tax on the Ballot in April for the repairs to the outside of the building. Possible Vote.

d.     Discuss Recodification of Ordinance 16-08 to 16-22. Possible Vote.

e.     Discuss to review renewal insurance with Humana Premium 2017 or change to Cox Health Insurance for 2017. Possible Vote.

f.     David Rauch would like reimbursement for replacing sign, (Leon Rauch Sign) that was damaged by a vehicle. The cost is $160.00.  Possible Vote.

g.     Fender to discuss allowing the Billings Booster Club to use the concession stand for home softball games. Possible Vote.

h.     Venable to discuss decorating City Hall. Possible Vote.

i.      Venable to discuss time sheets for City Hall. Possible Vote.

j.      Venable to discuss Planning & Zoning Book. Possible Vote.

k.     Discuss proposed Budget Preparation for 2017.  Set Special Board Meeting to approve 2017 Budget on Thursday December 29, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.  Possible Vote.

l.     Review and approve payment of wages, expenses, bills, statements and other expenditures for the month of November 2016. Possible Vote.

No further business.

Adjournment.

The Undersigned, Hereby Certifies That a true Copy of the Foregoing Agenda was Posted at City Hall, Billings, Missouri on this the 6th Day of December 2016 at 3:00 p.m.

 

_______________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

Planning & Zoning Commission Thursday December 1, 2016

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City of Billings          P.O. Box 207           Billings MO 65610

Ph. 417-744-2581          202 NE US Hwy 60          Fax 417-744-4560               

Agenda for Planning & Zoning Commission

for

Thursday, December 1, 2016

7:00 P.M.

Billings City Hall, Boardroom

202 NE US Hwy 60

 

PUBLIC HEARING

  1. Opening of Public Hearing – Jason Baker
  2. Proposed Request for Rezoning the property of David Rauch at the corner of Hamilton and Main Street, Missouri from R-1 to C-2, legal description as follows:

All of Lots 1, 2 and 3 (100 ft. X 120 ft.) and the 40 ft. of the abandoned street abutting the three lots in the original Town of Billings, Christian County, Missouri, according to the recorded plat thereof.

Close Public Hearing for Proposed Request for Rezoning the property of David Rauch at the corner of Hamilton and Main Street, Billings, Missouri from R-1 to C-2.

  1. Proposed Request for Rezoning the property of David Rauch, address of 110 Main Street, Billings, Missouri from R-1 to R-2, legal description as follows:

All of Lots 4, 5 and 6 (100 ft. X 120 ft.) and the 40 ft. of the abandoned street abutting the three lots in the original Town of Billings, Christian County, Missouri, according to the recorded plat thereof.

Close Public Hearing for Proposed Request for Rezoning the property of David Rauch, address of 110 Main Street, Billings, Missouri from R-1 to R-2.

All interested persons and citizens may appear and will be given the opportunity to be heard either in support or in opposition of the Proposed Rezoning.

 

Done by the Order of the Board of Aldermen.

 

 

________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

 

AGENDA

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

Opening of the Meeting.

Roll Call of Commissioners.

Review of Minutes for the Regular Meeting on Thursday, November 3, 2016.  Vote.

OLD BUSINESS

 

  1. Finding of Fact for Proposed Request for Rezoning the property of David Rauch at the corner of Hamilton and Main Street, Billings, Missouri 65610 Lots, 1, 2 and 3 from R-1 to C-2.  For Possible Recommendation to the Board of Aldermen.  Possible Vote.  Finding of Fact.

 

  1. Finding of Fact for Proposed Request for Rezoning the property of David Rauch, address of 110 Main Street, Billings, Missouri 65610 Lots 4, 5 and 6 from R-1 to R-2. For Possible Recommendation to the Board of Aldermen.  Possible Vote.  Finding of Fact.

 

  1. Commission to review Construction Plans for Whispering Heights, Phase 2 and 3. Approvals by City (Verbal Approval of Bldg. Inspector)), City Engineer (attached) and DNR (pending).  Discussion.  Possible Vote.

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

None.

 

 

ADJOURNMENT

 

 

_________________________________

Chris M. Hopkins, Deputy City Clerk

 

 

 

Posted at City Hall 11/29/2016   4:00 p.m.

Christmas Parade

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Posted by chopkins | Posted in Notifications | Posted on 21-11-2016

Billings Christmas Parade

is scheduled for

 

Saturday

December 3, 2016

11:00 a.m.

 

Please call Mike Moore

of the Billings Fire Department

for more information

417-299-0129

Draft Minutes of Board of Aldermen Thursday November 10, 2016

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MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS

                      REGULAR MEETING

                                    ON

                    NOVEMBER 10, 2016

                         AT 7:00 P.M.

               AT BILLINGS CITY HALL

 

Present were: President of the Board Melissa Venable, Chief David Taylor, Attorney Jim Kelly, Water & Sewer Maint. Supt. Randy Poindexter, Treasurer Chris M. Hopkins and

City Clerk Ruth M. Haskins. 

 

Citizens and guests present were:  Garrett Pearce, Issac Pearce, Johnny Monger,

Kathy Monger and W. J. Walker.

 

ROLL CALL.

Jack VanZandt            Present

Holly Fender                Present

Don Powell                   Present

Mickey Brown             Present

Jessie Coker                 Present

Melissa Venable          Present

 

Venable opened the meeting with a prayer.

 

Venable asked everyone to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.  After Old Business was completed, Fender stated did not ask for any Public comments.  Fender would like to Thank all the Veterans for their service.  Brown stated the Memorial Wall looks good.  VanZandt asked if any word on the repairs of the building or the Water Tower.  Haskins stated the contractor had brought in samples for the stone and stated as soon as the material was ordered they would start on the City Hall.  Poindexter stated the Engineer was trying to contact Hogan to see when they were planning on starting.

 

OLD BUSINESS.

a.     BILL NO. 16-15 — An Ordinance Amending Subsection 13 of Section 215.010 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Relates to Nuisances Affecting Health. Motion to have the First Reading of Bill No. 16-15 by Title Only made by Brown seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-15 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-15 by Title Only.  Motion made by Fender to accept the First Reading of Bill No. 16-15 by Title Only seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Discussion:  Coker had some concerns, did not understand the exceptions.  Kelly explained and cleared up the misunderstanding.  Motion to have the Second Reading of Bill No. 16-15 by Title Only made by Powell seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender. Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-15 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-15 by Title Only.  Motion made by Coker to accept the Second Reading and for Final Passage thereof seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Bill No.  16-15 is now Ordinance 215.010.

b.      BILL NO. 16-16 — An Ordinance Amending Section 605.025 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Relates to the Issuance of Business Licenses. Motion to have the First Reading of Bill No. 16-16 by Title Only made by Brown seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-16 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-16 by Title Only.  Motion made by Powell to accept the First Reading of Bill No. 16-16 by Title Only seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion to have the Second Reading of Bill No. 16-16 by Title Only made by Powell seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-16 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-16 by Title Only.  Motion made by Powell to accept the Second Reading and for Final Passage thereof seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Bill No. 16-16 is now Ordinance 605.025.

c.     BILL NO. 16-17 — An Ordinance Amending Section 605.030 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Relates to License Fees. Motion to have the First Reading of  Bill No. 16-17 by Title Only made by VanZandt seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None. No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-17 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-17 by Title Only.  Motion made by Powell to accept the First Reading of Bill No. 16-17 by Title Only seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion to have the Second Reading of Bill No. 16-17 by Title Only made by Coker seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-17 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-17 by Title Only.  Motion made by Coker to accept the Second Reading and for Final Passage thereof seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Bill No. 16-17 is now Ordinance No. 605.030.

d.     BILL NO. 16-18 — An Ordinance Amending Section 605.050 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Relates to Terms of Business Licenses Issued. Motion to have the First Reading of Bill No. 16-18 by Title Only made by Brown seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-18 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-18 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the First Reading of Bill No. 16-18 by Title Only made by Coker seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion to have the Second Reading of Bill No. 16-18 by Title Only made by Coker seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions. Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-18 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-18 by Title Only.   Motion to have the Second Reading and for Final Passage thereof, made by Fender seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Bill No. 16-18 is now Ordinance 605.050.

e.     BILL NO. 16-19 — An Ordinance Amending Section 605.120 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Billings as the Same Relates to Garage or Yard Sales. Motion to have the First Reading of Bill No. 16-19 by Title Only made by Fender seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-19 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-19 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the First Reading by Title Only made by Powell seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion to have the Second Reading of Bill No. 16-19 by Title Only made by Coker seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-19 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-19 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the Second Reading and Final Passage thereof, made by Coker seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Bill No. 16-19 is now                  Ordinance 605.120.

f.      BILL NO. 16-20 — An Ordinance Repealing the Provisions of Chapter 610 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Relates to Peddlers and Solicitors. Motion to have the First Reading of Bill No. 16-20 by Title Only made by Coker seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-20 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-20 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the First Reading of Bill No. 16-20 by Title Only made by Coker seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Discussion:   Kelly stated the Board needs to understand that this means there will be no regulations for Peddlers and Solicitors.  Venable asked why the repeal of this Ordinance.  Powell stated cleaning up the code book.  Venable asked if there needs to be a Peddlers License.  Hopkins stated with this Ordinance in place the City can’t do any background checks, if there is a Solicitor in town, unless they come into City Hall, the City has no knowledge of the activity.  Kelly stated the citizens could put out a “No Trespassing” sign.  Coker stated she didn’t think this needs to be repealed.   Venable asked Chief the procedure if a citizens calls and states that there is a Solicitor at their door and want something done about it.  Chief stated he will go check the person and get identification for the person and if the citizen tells them to get off their property, they will receive a ticket for trespassing.  Powell stated then this is only to clean up the book.  Motion to postpone to December meeting made by VanZandt seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.        

g.      BILL NO. 16-21 — An Ordinance Amending Section 700.280 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Billings as the Same Applies to Tampering with City Property. Motion to have the First Reading of Bill No. 16-21 by Title Only made by Coker seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-21 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-21 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the First Reading of Bill No. 16-21 by Title Only made by Coker seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion to have the Second Reading of Bill No. 16-21 by Title Only made by Powell seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-21 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-21 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the Second Reading and for Final Passage thereof made by Powell seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye’ Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Bill No. 16-21 is now Ordinance 700.280.

 

NEW BUSINESS, MEMORIALS, PROCLAMATIONS AND ORDINANCES.

a.     Motion to accept and approve the Consent Agenda made by Brown seconded by Fender. Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

b.     Finding of Fact from Planning & Zoning Commission for the Whispering Heights Subdivision Phase 2 & 3 owned by Johnny Monger. Venable talked to Jason Baker about this item and Baker stated he was confused because he had not signed the document and was not comfortable with this being presented due to the fact that the Preliminary Plat for this project had already been approved by a previous P & Z Board, therefore the Board of Aldermen do not need to approve this either.  Kelly stated the Preliminary Plat needs to be approved by the Board.  Kelly stated as submitted complies with all requirements.  Walker stated Simmons Eng. has already approved the Plat, if the new City Engineer approves the Plat the Planning and Zoning Commission will have nothing else to say about this.  Motion to approve the Plat subject to the approval of the City’s current Engineer made by Brown seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

c.      Chief Taylor stated Officer Heelys probation is over, would like to retain of the force. Chief also requested a raise of $.25 per hour.  Motion made by VanZandt to retain Neely and increase his hourly rate by $.25 seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.         No abstentions.

d.     Hale printing has invoiced the City for $210.00 on the emergency signs. Motion to pay Hale made by Coker seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

 e.     BILL NO. 16-22 — An Ordinance Amending the Budget for the Fiscal Year

January 1, 2016 to September 30, 2016.  Motion to have the First Reading of Bill No. 16-22 by Title Only made by Powell seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-22 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-22 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the First Reading of Bill No. 16-22 by Title Only made by Powell seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion to have the Second Reading of Bill No. 16-22 by Title Only made by Coker seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Venable asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-22 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-22 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the Second Reading and for Final Passage thereof made by Powell seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Bill No. 16-22 is now Ordinance No. 16-22.

f.     Motion to approve payment of wages, expenses, bills, statements, and other expenditures for the month of October, 2016 made by Coker seconded by Powell. Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  

Christmas Parade, December 3, 2016 @11:00 a.m.                                                                                                                  

No further business.

Motion for adjournment made by VanZandt seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

 

 

 

                                                                               __________________________________

                                                                               Melissa Venable, President of the Board

 

 

ATTEST

 

 

_______________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

Board of Aldermen Meeting Thursday, November 10, 2016

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City Of Billings   P.O. Box 207   Billings, MO 65610

Phone 417-744-2581                          Fax 417-744-4560

 

 

                                      AGENDA

AGENDA FOR NOVEMBER 10, 2016

                            REGULAR SESSION

OF THE BILLINGS BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS

                                    IN THE

CITY OF BILLINGS, MISSOURI IN CITY HALL

                                        AT

                                  7:00 P.M.

ROLL CALL

The Meeting will be opened with the Pledge of Allegiance. 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

OLD BUSINESS.

a.     BILL NO. 16-15 – An Ordinance Amending Subsection 13 of Section 215.010 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Relates to Nuisances Affecting Health.  First and Second Readings.  Vote.

b.     BILL NO. 16-16 — An Ordinance Amending Section 605.025 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Relates to the Issuance of Business Licenses. First and Second Readings.  Vote.

c.      BILL NO. 16-17 — An Ordinance Amending Section 605.030 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Relates to License Fees. First and Second Readings.  Vote.

d.      BILL NO. 16-18 — An Ordinance Amending Section 605.050 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Pertains to Terms of Business Licenses Issued. First and Second Readings.  Vote.

e.      BILL NO. 16-19 — An Ordinance Amending Section 605.120 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Billings as the Same Relates to Garage or Yard Sales. First and Second Readings.  Vote

f.       BILL NO. 16-20 — An Ordinance Repealing the Provisions of Chapter 610 of the Code of Ordinances as the Same Relates to Peddlers and Solicitors. First and Second Readings.  Vote.

g.      BILL NO. 16-21 — An Ordinance Amending Section 700.280 of the Code of Ordinance of the City of Billings as the Same Applies to Tampering with City Property. First and Second Readings.  Vote.

 

NEW BUSINESS, MEMORIALS, PROCLAMATIONS AND ORDINANCES

a.       Consent Agenda. Vote.

           Review and approve the Minutes for the Regular Session Meeting of the Board of Alderpersons on

           October 13, 2016.

           Review and approve the Treasurer’s Report.

           Review and approve the Police Report.

           Review and approve the Municipal Court Report.

           Review and approve the Animal Control Report.

           Review and approve the Wastewater Maintenance Report.

           Review and approve the Water Report.

           Review and approve the Building Inspector’s Report.

          Review and approve the Planning and Zoning Minutes.

b.      Finding of Fact from the Planning & Zoning Commission on Whispering Heights Phase 2 & 3 for

          Johnny Monger. Possible Vote.

c.       Chief Taylor to discuss 90 day probation is completed for Officer Levi Neely. Taylor recommends

           keeping him as a full time Police Officer.  Possible Vote.

d.       Hale Printing submitted an invoice for $210.00 for signs for emergency management. Possible Vote.

e.        BILL NO. 16-22 — An Ordinance Amending the Budget for the Fiscal Year January 1, 2016 to

            September 30, 2016. First and Second Readings.   Vote.

f.        Review and approve payment of wages, expenses, bills, statements, and other expenditures for the

           month of October, 2016. Possible Vote.

No further business.

Adjournment

 

The Undersigned, Hereby Certifies That a True Copy of the Foregoing Agenda was Posted at City Hall, Billings, Missouri on this the 8th day of November at 2:00 p.m.

 

 

___________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk