Board of Aldermen Meeting Thursday, July 20, 2017

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

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

 

 

AGENDA FOR THE REGULAR SESSION OF THE BILLINGS

BOARD OF ALDERMEN MEETING ON JULY 20, 2017 AT

7:00 P.M. IN THE BILLINGS CITY HALL.

 

ROLL CALL.

 

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

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

 

NEW BUSINESS, MEMORIALS, PROCLAMATIONS & ORDINANCES.

a.   Cameron with Elgin-Archer Engineers to discuss next projects for water as directed by the letter from DNR.  Possible Vote.

b.  Cameron to discuss obligations for the Bond on water and sewer rates.  Possible Vote.

c.   Mayor to discuss purchasing a portable car port for the Generator at the Plant.  Possible Vote.

d.   Christian County representative for the Library Board about the election for the tax increase that will be on the August Ballot.  Possible Vote.

e.   Poindexter to present quotes for new trash pump, will need when sever the water lines at the old tower at the old City Hall.  Quotes in the packet.  Possible Vote.

f.   Jed Forrester to discuss the quality of Billings Water.  Possible Vote.

g.   Dale Pride to discuss last month’s water bill, thinks his usage too high.  Randy and Keith both checked could not detect a leak.  At Mr. Pride’s request a new meter was installed.  Possible Vote.

h.   Mayor to discuss repairs to the Dakota service truck and the Ranger animal control truck.  Bids in packet for Dakota.  Verbal quote from Tail pipers on the Ranger for $327.00 for A/C work.    Possible Vote.

i.   Coker requested a letter explaining her absenteeism for the last three meetings be read to the Board by the Mayor.  Possible Vote.

j.   Library Board has requested the Mayor to appoint Tina Didreckson to the Library Board for a term of 2 years.    Possible Vote.

k.   Library Board has requested a review of the Library Ordinance changes.

l.   Coker asked for the following FYI’s be on the Agenda; Library will Host a Back to School Bash at Library 8-5 from 9 to 1, Bake Sale, Free Haircuts for Kids, Serving Hot Dogs & Lemonade.  Also Library will host a Scholastic Book Fair from July 31st to Aug. 5th during normal hour.

m.   Harter to discuss the cell phone bill for Chief Taylor.  Possible Vote.

n.    Harter to discuss inspections for rental units.  Ordinance in packet.

o.    Hopkins would like to attend the Board of Directors Meeting for GFOA in Columbia on Friday, August 11, 2017.  Will only need mileage reimbursement of $192.50.  Possible Vote.

p.    Hopkins to discuss Building Permit fee for Billings School Safe Room, four inspections will cost the City $120.00.  If water tap is needed the cost would be $2,000.00 and sewer connection would be $750.00.  Possible Vote.

q.    Hopkins to discuss the sidewalk project on Pine Street from Howcroft to Howard.  Bid is in packet.  Ad was placed in the paper.  Possible Vote.

r.    Consent Agenda.  Vote.

 

Review and approve the Minutes of the Regular Session of the Board of Aldermen, June 15, 2017.

Review and approve the Minutes of the Closed Session of June 15, 2017.

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 Library Minutes.

s.    Review and approve payment of wages, expenses, bills, statements and other expenditures for the month of June, 2017.  Possible Vote.

 

 

OLD BUSINESS.

a.    Attorney to discuss bids for the storage building at the plant.  Due to the prevailing wage laws, will have to reconsider who should be awarded the job.  Possible Vote.

b.    The bid for the repairs of the sidewalk and drainage ditch on Mt. Vernon is in the packet from Les Thomas for $11,850.00.  Possible Vote.

c.     Board to give approval for the Mayor to sign the contract with MDC for the new phone service.  Also AT & T was contacted and stated they did not provide the service needed for the new phone service, however Hopkins called Mediacom and they will provide the service on a three year contract.  First year will be $129.99 per month.  Second year will be $139.00 per month.  Third year will be $149.00 per month.  Board also needs to approve the Mayor signing the Mediacom agreement.  Possible Vote.

d.    BILL NO.  17-06  An Ordinance Authorizing Entry of an Agreement for Private Crossing By and Between The City Of Billing, Missouri and BNSF Railway Company.  First and Second Reading. Possible Vote.

e.    BILL NO.  17-07 An Ordinance Amending the Municipal Code of the City of Billings, Missouri at 8 700.050 Regarding Residential Water Rates and 8 700.080 Regarding Sewer Rates.  First and Second Readings.  Possible Votes.

f.     BILL NO.  17-08 An Ordinance Amending The Municipal Code Of the City Of Billings, Missouri

At Chapter 145 Regarding Public Library and Library Board.  First and Second Readings.      Possible Vote.

 

Mayor may ask for a Motion to go into Closed Session Pursuant to Section 610.021(3) RSMo

 

Meeting Closed to the Public.  Reopen Regular Session. 

 

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 18th day of July. 2017 at 3:30 p.m.

 

__________________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

 

 

Library Book Fair

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Billings City Library

Scholastic Book Fair

July 31st – August 5th

during regular business hours

Mon-Fri     3:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Saturday    9:00 am – 1:00 pm

 

August 5th

9:00 am – 1:00 pm

Back to School Blast

at

Billings City Library

 

Library Board Meeting Monday, July 10, 2017

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                                    BILLINGS CITY LIBRARY

                                                AGENDA

                                    July 10,2017 4:00PM

                                          LIBRARY BUILDING

                                           252 NE US Hwy 60

 

Old business:

A. Volunteers

B.Back To School Bash

New business:

A.    Reading of Treasurer Report and approval

B.    Reading and approval of minutes of June 23, 2017 meeting.

C.    New Board Member ,possible vote

D.    Review Library Ordinance, possible vote

       E. Expenses spent and reimbursement for board member, possible vote

       F. Expenses spent and reimbursement for board member, possible vote

 

 

Prepared by Jenna Groves

07/10/17 1:14 pm

 

 

 

 

 

No Planning & Zonning scheduled for Thursday, July 6, 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               

 

 

No  Planning & Zoning Commission scheduled

for

Thursday, July 6, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

_________________________________

Chris M. Hopkins, Deputy City Clerk

 

 

 

Posted at City Hall 07/3/2017   4:30 p.m.

Draft Minutes of Board of Aldermen Meeting June 15, 2017

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MINUTES OF THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN REGULAR SESSION MEETING

FOR THE CITY OF BILLINGS ON JUNE 15, 2017 AT 7:000 P.M.

 

Present were:  Mayor Michael Hodges, Attorney William Petrus, Chief David Taylor, Treasurer Chris M. Hopkins, Building Inspector Terry Danley and City Clerk Ruth M. Haskins.

 

Citizens and guests were:  Ken Hopkins, Dan Crouch, Dale and Lannette Morisset and

Arthur Dalla Rosa.

 

ROLL CALL.

Huffman                    Present

Fender                       Present

Harter                       Present

Brown                       Present

Woods                       Present

Coker                        Absent

 

Mayor asked everyone to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

Mr. Dalla Rosa from the Billings Assembly of God Church addressed the Board concerning the perceived feeling of the church that they were being harassed about the cutting of their grass.  They have received two letters regarding mowing.  It was their understanding that as long as they bought a $5.00 hay permit, the grass could grow beyond 12”.  Chief explained if the grass was cut for hay it could grow to 24”, however if it was just bush hogged then it could only be 12” before they would be issued a letter of non-compliance.  Chief explained they were not being harassed.  Mr. Dalla Rosa stated they did not understand that the Ordinance was written in that way.

 

OLD BUSINESS.

  1. Brown stated there are 4 bids in the packet. The Amish, Robb’s, Les Thomas and Crawford’s.   The Amish is $31,000.00 plus 1,500.00 for insulation for a total of $32,500.00.  Robb’s is $32,500.00.  Les Thomas is $41,740.00.  Crawford’s is $45,600.00.   Crawford is under bond, his company did the Sand Filter Building, however Robb’s is $13,000.00 cheaper.  Crawford’s bid does not include the floor but Robb’s does.  Brown stated he did not know anything about the Amish or Les Thomas.  Brown does know about Crawford’s work and the engineers are ok with his work, Robb’s only by reputation.  Brown stated he did not know anything about pole barns, three of the bidders have told him that it would be September or October before they could start, which would put us into the winter.  Haskins informed Brown that Les Thomas was at the meeting.  Thomas stated he has done a lot of work for the City, sidewalks and removal of the tennis courts.  Brown stated Thomas’ bid is 40 X 56 and the others are 40 X 60.  Thomas stated that could be fixed and he could start much sooner than September.   Thomas will submit a bid by July 20th on site plan.  Fender informed Thomas to get a bid for the next meeting on the site prep and will have DeLong correct their measurements on their bid.  Fender made a motion to accept Robb’s bid package subject to next month’s meeting on approval of the ground work seconded by Woods.  Harter stated they were forgetting about the panels the Amish were to put in.  Brown responded that Robb’s wanted $60 per panel and they should be installed in the side of the building and not the roof due to breakage in storms, which would cause a leak.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown and Huffman. Voting “Nay” Harter.  No abstentions.
  2. Mayor stated the sidewalk on Mt. Vernon by the School needs to be bid. Thomas stated he would have a bid on that by the next meeting.  Motion to postpone to the next meeting made by Fender seconded by Huffman.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  3. Crouch addressed the Board, references provided, given good comments. Fender asked about Media-com’s rates was $129.00 per month, A T & T is $60.00 per month, he would recommend AT&T.  Fender asked how soon this could be installed, Crouch responded sooner than the time given before.  Motion to accept MDC’s proposal for U-Verse on the office phone lines and faxes for a cost of $337.99 per month and $60.00 plus taxes to AT&T per month made by Brown seconded by Harter.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  4. Petrus stated last month discussed the BNSF letter, Petrus stated had called them and explained that only meet monthly. Petrus stated the contract reads that at the end of the 25 years they could close the crossing.  Petrus wants to get clarification of that item.  Has permission to put this off until next month.  Motion to postpone to next meeting made by Woods seconded by Huffman.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  

       

NEW BUSINESS, MEMORIALS, PROCLAMATIONS & ORDINANCES.

  1. Motion to accept Consent Agenda made by Brown seconded by Fender. Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  2. Ms. Olmstead with the Christian County Library could not make the meeting tonight, however she will be here at next month’s meeting.
  3. Motion to move Ms. Brandt’s appearance to the end of the agenda made by Huffman seconded by Fender. Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  4. Mayor would like a motion to pay Hogan’s contract is finished. The amount due is $72,885.90, there is $3,836.00 retainage.  Petrus asked how long will this be held?  City Clerk responded to make sure all lien waivers and paper work completed.  Motion to pay Hogan’s $72,885.90 made by Harter seconded by Huffman.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.                  No abstentions.
  5. Mayor would like a motion to give Ace Pipe Cleaning on the CCTV contract a Notice to Proceed. Motion made to give a Notice to Proceed to Ace Pipe Cleaning made by Huffman seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  6. Mayor would ask to have approval to purchase twenty tons of sand to be put under the swings at the Park. The price is $28.50 a ton for a total of $570.00.  Motion to purchase the sand for the park made by Brown seconded by Harter.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  7. Woods stated has concerns about water and sewer rates being raised 15% every year, they voted this in 2011, with no sunset. At that time it is obvious that was needed then, since that time it has doubled, which when compared to other small towns in the area is the same.  Woods thinks the Ordinance needs to be amended, because we have no control over the increases.  It needs to be reviewed every year.

We should evaluate yearly.  Huffman asked why it was increased in the first place.

Hopkins stated when she started in 2006 there had been no increases for years.  A rate study by a company would have cost the City $3,000.00, so there was a committee formed from the Board.  They came up with a 5% increase on the water and 10% for the sewer to be implemented for January usage of each year.  There is a chart in your book.  In 2012 we were placed under an EPA mandate to make repairs for water and sewer.  In 2016 a Bond was passed for water and sewer improvements.  In the comparison of the increases for the period from 2018 to 2022

there will be 5.79 on the water and 13.01 on the sewer for a total increase for five years of 18.80.  Hopkins contacted the Bonding company, our rates should be 2% of our median income, which is $34,861.00, that would be $69.72 for water and sewer.  If the increase stay the same in the year 2022 the cost for water and sewer would be

$61.01 a difference of $8.71.  The charges would be under what the Bonding Company says we should be charging to maintain payments for the Bond and upkeep.  The Bond Contract states rate must be sufficient to maintain the debt service of 110% for the Bond payments.  Woods stated needs to be reevaluated yearly.  Woods made a motion that the rates are evaluated yearly by the Board and not increased without their approval before the Budget is done seconded by Harter.

Voting “Aye” Woods, Brown and Harter.  Voting “Nay” None.  Abstentions Fender and Huffman.  Brown stated will be reviewed in October.  Taylor stated it did not pass.  Petrus stated this means the Ordinance needs to be changed.  Petrus stated the old ordinance will have to be repealed before any reevaluating of the rate increases can be done.  Petrus will have the Ordinance for July meeting.

  1. Ms. Brandt has arrived.  Thanked the Board for giving her the opportunity to

address the Board.  They had 8 bids.  They have scheduled another meeting for next week.  Will have a ground breaking ceremony in mid July.  A tentative completion date is January, 2018.

  1. Woods would like to combine the Fair Board and the Park Board. The Park Board has to be citizens of the city.  Fair Board is not interested in the Park Board.  The revenue that comes in is paid out in maintenance and upkeep of the Park.  Hopkins stated 2,388.00 share of lawn mower, 288.00 for Memorial Wall and Flags, 200.00 for Easter egg Hunt, 25.00 vehicle Maint., 47.69 for Maint. in the park,  808.00 for park portion of Audit,  15.73 for fuel,  contact labor 60.00 repair to bathroom,  17.14

      cleaning bathroom, 9.90 unemployment, 1.56 insurance for employee wages 289.10,

      277.00 admin. wages.  Total $4,540.52.  This is a month behind.  Next month is

       $1,197.60.   Mayor asked about the street fund $7,349.72.  Hopkins stated $1,319.00

      for the Hamilton Street project, $2,388.00 for part of the lawn mower, $1,465.00 for

       the street lights,  street pays for all the lights,  $808.00 for portion of Audit,  $145.00

       for the street sign that was asked about.  Mayor asked what is the typical month

       cost.  Hopkins responded $3,217.00 per month.  Woods asked if the Fair Board pays

       anything to the city for expenses.  Hopkins stated they make their own money and

       spends their own money, they do pay the City for a Business License of $25.00. 

       They also contribute $500.00 to the Fireworks Fund every year.  They stand

       on their own.  They also repay for the electricity for the Park at Fair time.                                           

  1. Woods stated the City needs to start sending out a newsletter. Woods stated he was told there was no news, takes too much time and no funds to mail out. Woods stated had lived here two years and have never received a newsletter.  Fender stated she had never seen one of the newsletters.  Fender stated the website needs to be up dated.  Hopkins stated it is updated now.  Motion made by Fender to a do newsletter

monthly seconded by Huffman.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

  1. Haskins discussed JIS Clerk Training in Jefferson City from July 31st to August 3rd. The lodging is to be paid by OSCA.  The other expense would be mileage and food.  Motion made by Brown seconded by Woods to give permission for Haskins to attend this training.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  2. BILL NO. 17-05  —  An Ordinance of the City of Billings, Missouri to Adopt the Procedure for Disclosing Potential Conflicts of Interest and Substantial Interests for Certain Officials.  Mayor asked for a motion to have the First Reading of Bill No. 17-05.  Motion to have the First Reading of Bill NO. 17-05 by Title Only made by Fender seconded by Huffman.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Mayor asked the City Clerk to read Bill NO 17-05 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill NO. 17-05 by Title.  Motion to First Reading of Bill NO. 17-05 by Title Only made by Woods seconded by Harter.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion to have the Second Reading of Bill NO 17-05 by Title Only.  Mayor asked the City Clerk to read Bill NO 17-05 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill NO 17-05 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the Second Reading and for Final Passage thereof, by Title Only made by Fender seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  3. Motion made by Fender seconded by Harter to review and approve payment of wages, expenses, bills, statements and other expenditures for the month of May, 2017. Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.                                       

 

Mayor asked for a motion to go into Closed Session Pursuant to Section 610.021(3) RSMo at 9:15 p.m.

Motion made by Brown seconded by Fender to go into Closed Session for the Purpose of hiring, firing and disciplining of employees  Pursuant to 610.021(3) RSMo.

ROLL CALL VOTE.

Woods             Aye

Fender            Aye

Brown            Aye

Harter               Aye

Huffman           Aye

 

Meeting Closed to the Public.

 

Reopen Regular Session.

 

No further business.

 

Motion to adjourn made by Brown seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “ Nay” None.  No abstentions.

 

Time 10:35 p.m.

 

 

                                                                        ___________________________________

                                                                        Michael B. Hodges, Mayor

 

 

 

ATTEST

 

 

 

________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

     

Fireworks Show the Best!!!!

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Thank You to all the participants who were in the Billings City Park on Saturday, June 24th.

The Queen Candidates had lots of people visiting their booths.  4H “goodies” in the Concession stand was very popular.

Kettle Corn very tasty, Bounce House very busy and Music pleasant to hear and even one couple danced!!!

 

The Light Show was played with a Musical Background this year and it added to the Finale Momentum.

 

Thank You again to all who participated.

              City of Billings

 

 

Weather Going to Be Good – Party in the Sky

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                   City of Billings  

                Fireworks Display

                         at Dusk

           Saturday, June 24, 2017

                 Billings City Park       

                 750 S Pine Street

 

6:00 pm   until ?              Concession Stand – Billings 4H

 

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm          Bouncy House   Carnival Games

                                           Queen Activity Booths

 

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm          Brad Harter Music Ensemble

                                             will play under the Pavilion

 

9:00 pm or so                    Fireworks Display in City Park

                                             at Girls Softball Field

                                                      

Library Agenda for Friday June 23, 2017

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                                    BILLINGS CITY LIBRARY

                                                AGENDA

                                    June 23, 2017 6:30PM

                                          LIBRARY BUILDING

                                           252 NE US Hwy 60

 

Old business:

A. Volunteers

B. Book Fair

C. Concession Stand During Billings Fair

New business:

A.    Reading of Treasurer Report and approval

B.    Reading and approval of minutes of May 9, 2017 meeting.

C.    Back to School Bash

D.    Phone & Email

E.     Approve Calendar

F.     Expenses spent and reimbursement for board member, possible vote

G.   Weekly Newsletter

H.    Library Hours for Fall

 

Prepared by Whitney Packwood

06/22/17 2:36 pm

 

 

Fireworks Display Billings City Park June 24, 2017

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                  City of Billings  

                Fireworks Display

                         at Dusk

            Saturday, June 24, 2017

                  Billings City Park       

                  750 S Pine Street

 

6:00 pm   until ?              Concession Stand – Billings 4H

 

6:30 pm – 8:30 pm          Bouncy House   Carnival Games

                                           Queen Activity Booths

 

7:00 pm – 8:30 pm          Brad Harter Music Ensemble

                                             will play under the Pavilion

 

9:30 pm or so                    Fireworks Display in City Park

                                             at Girls Softball Field

                                                      

Board of Aldermen Special Called Meeting Thursday, May 25, 2017

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MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL CALLED SESSION OF THE BILLINGS

BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS MEETING ON MAY 25, 2017 AT 7:00 P.M

IN BILLINGS CITY HALL

 

Present were:  Mayor Michael B. Hodges, Chief David Taylor, Water & Sewer Maint. Supr. Randy Poindexter and City Clerk Ruth M. Haskins.  Treasurer Chris M. Hopkins absent due to medical leave.

 

Citizens and guest present:  None

 

ROLL CALL.

Huffman                             Present

Fender                                Present

Brown                                 Present

Harter                                 Present

Woods                                 Present

Coker                                  Absent

 

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

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

Fender stated she had talked to Mike Moore and the Fire Department has started a log for water usage.  Poindexter stated will have to rent a tapping set for the meter installation.

Mayor informed the Board that a Police Officer has been terminated.  Will have a Closed Session at the June Meeting.

 

NEW BUSINESS.                 

Poindexter presented a change order for hatch repairs to be added for the contract with Hogan’s on the Tower. The engineer has approved this addition.  Motion made to approve the Change Order to add $1,300.00 to Hogan’s Contract Made by Brown seconded by Huffman.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

Poindexter stated well # 2 has a meter that has quit working and is not counting the flow, which needs to be replaced. Reavis gave a quote of $2,250.00 to replace, however Poindexter stated it will also need a spool for an additional $200 to $300.  Motion to approve up to $2,550.00 to replace the meter and spool made by Huffman seconded by Harter.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

Haskins stated the Project Manager for the school FEMA Shelter called and asked if there will be a building permit cost for the project. Fender stated the total footage would be 8,025 sq. ft. at .25 the cost would be $2,006.25.  Motion to charge a permit fee for the FEMA shelter made by Harter seconded by Woods.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

No further business. 

 

Motion to adjourn made by Fender seconded by Huffman.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

 

 

                                                                                    __________________________________

                                                                                     Michael B. Hodges, Mayor

 

 

ATTEST

 

 

____________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

 

Time:  7:30 p.m.