Painting Water Tower Bid Notice

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Posted by chopkins | Posted in Notifications | Posted on 22-09-2016

00100  ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

City of Billings, Missouri

Water Tower Painting

Sealed bids will be received by The City of Billings, at City Hall, 202 NE Elm Street (US Hwy 60, Billings, MO 65610 until 1:00 p.m., on Friday, October 07, 2016, and there at said office publicly opened and read aloud for the construction of the following:

Water Tower Painting for the City of Billings, Missouri. The base bid project consists of the cleaning and painting the exterior of a 200,000 gallon capacity single pedestal water tower.  Selected areas of the tank wet interior will be cleaned and painted and the floor of a landing in the dry riser will be cleaned and painted.  Contractor is responsible for maintaining system pressure while the single storage tank is out of service.

A complete digital set of the bidding documents are available for a non-refundable fee of $25.00 by going to our website www.archer-elgin.com and clicking on Project Bid Information or by going to QuestCDN at www.questcdn.com and by entering Quest Project  #4664453 on the website’s project search page. Please contact QuestCDN at 952-233-1632 or email at info@questcdn.com for assistance in free membership registration, downloading, and working with this digital project information. Paper specifications and plans are on file for examination at the office of City of Billings, Missouri and at the office of the Engineers, Archer-Elgin Engineering, Surveying and Architecture, 310 East 6th Street; Rolla, Missouri 65401.  Paper copies of the bidding documents may be obtained from the Engineer upon payment of a non-refundable sum of $50.00 for each complete set.  An additional amount of $25.00 will be charged for mailing of bidding documents. No partial sets of Specifications or Drawings will be issued.

A complete set of the bidding documents may be obtained from Archer-Elgin, or reviewed at the following locations:

 

Archer-Elgin – Engineer

310 East 6th Street

Rolla, MO  65401

Phone: 573-364-6362

Fax:     573-364-4782

City of  Billings

202 NE Highway  60

P. O. Box 207

Billings, MO 65610

Phone: 417-744-2581

Fax:      417-744-4560

FOR REVIEW PURPOSES ONLY

 

QuestCDN

www.questcdn.com

Phone: 952-233-1632

info@questcdn.com

Quest Project #4664453

 

The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive informalities or irregularities, and to determine the lowest responsive and responsible Bidder, and to award the contract on that basis.

 

A MANDATORY Prebid Conference will be held at City Hall at 10:00 AM, September 30, 2016.  All prime bidders are required to attend this meeting.  Bids must be submitted for the project on the Bid Form bound in the Bidding Documents.  Bid Envelope must state “Billings Water Tower Painting”.

 

Each bidder must submit a bid security in the amount of five percent (5%) of their total bid.

 

The prevailing hourly rate of wages, as determined by the Industrial Commission of Missouri, will be complied with on this project, and not less than the prevailing hourly rate of wages as found by the agencies or Court of Appeals shall be paid to all workmen performing work under this contract.

 

No bidder may withdraw his bid within 90 days after the actual date of the opening thereof.

 

 

               September 20, 2016                                                                                         City of Billings                  

Date                                                                                                                       Owner

 

ENGINEER’S PROJECT NO.      15700101-04

Draft Minutes Special Called Meeting Tuesday, Sept 20, 2016

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Posted by chopkins | Posted in Board of Aldermen Minutes | Posted on 22-09-2016

Minutes for the September 20, 2016 Special Called Meeting of the Board of Aldermen Meeting at 7:00 P.M. at Billings City Hall Boardroom.

Present were: Mayor Michael B. Hodges, Chief David Taylor, Deputy City Clerk/Treasurer Chris Hopkins, and Water-Supt. Randy Poindexter.  Absent was City Clerk Ruth Haskins.

Guest present was: Sam McDonald from McLiney and Company.

Mayor Hodges asked for a Roll Call of the Board Members: 

VanZandt             Present

Powell                  Present

Coker                   Present

Brown                  Present

Fender                  Absent

Venable Absent

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

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.    Mayor Hodges asked if there was anyone present who was not on the Agenda that wished to address the Board.  No citizens or additional guests were present.

 

NEW BUSINESS, INCLUDING MEMORIALS AND ORDINANCES.

 

a.      Sam McDonald from McLiney and Company addressed the Board about the need to amend Ordinance No. 16-11 that was approved and passed August 25, 2016.  The need to amend this Ordinance occurred since the 2013 Bond Obligation was paid in full this month thus allowing the Bonding Company to put the new Bonds on the Market and secure the interest rate for the 2016 Revenue Bonds 1st draw of $1,220,000.00 at 3.25%.

BILL NO. 16-14—An Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 16-11 authorizing the issuance of $1,220,000.00 Principal amount of Combined Waterworks and Sewerage System Refunding and Improvement Revenue Bonds, Series 2016, of Billings, Missouri and Authorizing Certain Other Documents and Actions in Connection Therewith.  Motion made by Coker seconded by VanZandt to have the First Reading of Bill No. 16-14 by Title Only.  Voting “Aye” Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Sam McDonald proceeded to read Bill No. 16-14 by Title Only.  Motion made by Coker seconded by Powell to accept the First Reading of Bill No. 16-14 by Title Only.  Voting “Aye” Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion by Powell seconded by VanZandt to have the Second Reading of Bill No. 16-14 by Title Only.  Voting “Aye” Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  The Mayor indicated to McDonald to read Bill No. 16-14 by Title Only.  McDonald read Bill No. 16-14 by Title Only.  Motion by VanZandt seconded by Powell to accept the Second Reading and for Final Passage thereof.  Voting “Aye” Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion by Powell seconded by VanZandt that Bill No. 16-14 be accepted as Ordinance No. 16-14.  Voting “Aye” Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Bill No. 16-14 is now Ordinance No. 16-14.

b.      Motion made by VanZandt seconded by Powell to approve the replacement sprocket on the chain for the aeration basin for up to $ 3,000.00.  Voting “Aye” Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

c.      Hopkins led the explanation of possible disconnects in the Code Book that were listed in Board packet.  Alderperson Coker suggested getting Attorney and Building Inspector recommendations for some of these changes for the October meeting.  Chief Taylor mentioned the Conceal and Carry Law will change January 2017 and needs to be looked at as well.

 

No further business.

 

Motion to adjourn at 7:45 p.m. made by Coker seconded by VanZandt.  Voting “Aye” Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None. No abstentions. 

 

 

                                                                                                         ____________________________________

                                                                                                         Michael B. Hodges, Mayor

 

 

ATTEST:

 

 

_______________________________________

Chris M. Hopkins, Deputy City Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cancel Library Board Meeting Sept 20, 2016

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Posted by chopkins | Posted in Agenda | Posted on 20-09-2016

Library Board Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Sept 20, 2016 had been cancelled at 4:10 p.m.

Special Called Board of Aldermen Meeting Tuesday, Sept 20, 2016

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Posted by chopkins | Posted in Agenda | Posted on 19-09-2016

 

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

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

 

 

 

NOTICE AND CALL OF A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE BOARD OF

ALDERMEN FOR THE CITY OF BILLINGS, MISSOURI

ON SEPTEMBER 20, 2016 AT 7:00 P. M.

 

The Undersigned, the duly elected Mayor of the City of Billings, Missouri does hereby call a Special Meeting of the Board of Aldermen of the City of Billings, such meeting to take place at 7:00 p.m. on the 20th day of September, 2016 at the Billings City Hall, 202 NE US Hwy. 60, Billings, Missouri.

 

ROLL CALL.

 

Mayor will open the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

 

NEW BUSINESS, INCLUDING MEMORIALS AND ORDINANCES.

  1. BILL NO. 16-14 — AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 16-11 AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF $1,220,000 PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF COMBINED WATERWORKS AND SEWERAGE SYSTEM REFUNDING AND IMPROVEMENT REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 2016, OF BILLINGS, MISSOURI, AND AUTHORIZING CERTAIN OTHER DOCUMENTS AND ACTIONS IN CONNECTION THEREWITH.  First and Second Readings.  Vote.
  2. Approve an expenditure for repairs to the Wastewater System in an amount up to $3,000.00, this would be to replace a sprocket on the chain for the aeration basis. Vote.
  3. Discuss changes to the Code Book, list in packet. Possible Vote.

 

 

No further business.

 

Adjournment.

 

                                                      

_____________________________________

Michael B. Hodges, Mayor

 

 

Return Signed by Police Officer _________________________________, when Notice is delivered to the Alderman on September 19, 2016.

 

NOTICE TO BE RETURNED TO THE CITY CLERK.

Draft Minutes Board of Aldermen Meeting September 8, 2016

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Posted by chopkins | Posted in Board of Aldermen Minutes | Posted on 14-09-2016

 

Minutes of the Board of Alderpersons Regular Meeting on

September 8, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in Billings City Hall

 

Present were:  Mayor Michael Hodges, Officer Shawn Dempsey, Building Inspector Terry Danley, Attorney Jim Kelly, Treasurer Chris M. Hopkins and City Clerk Ruth M. Haskins.

 

Citizens and guests present were:  Garrett Pearce, Troy Pearce, W. J. Walker, Sherry Bath, Kandie Fritsche, Larry Wiles, Jan Morrison, Ivanna Maxwell, Hanna Smith and Ken Reid.

 

Mayor Hodges asked the City Clerk for a ROLL CALL.

VanZandt             Present

Fender                  Present

Brown                   Present

Powell                   Present

Venable                 Present

Coker                    Present

 

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

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

Mayor asked if there was anyone who wished to speak.

Larry Wiles is a resident that lives on Pine Street.  Wiles was concerned about making Madison Street by Casey’s a one way street.  Wiles stated that would create problems for some of the people who live at the Senior Housing on the end of Madison Street.

Mickey Brown asked if the City would purchase one new chair for the Board Table.

VanZandt stated the Fair Board was to be congratulated for the nice Fair this year.  VanZandt asked if there was anyone who wanted to volunteer for the Fair Board, they could use the help.  Most of the people on the Board have been serving for a long time and as they get older they cannot handle all the work.  The Board starts meeting in January if anyone would like to join, please notify City Hall.

 

OLD BUSINESS.

  1. Brown discussed calling the Christian County Court House.  There are 50 people in town that the county considers acreage.  Browns thoughts on this, it costs money to make an ordinance, costs money to change an ordinance and as Animal Control indicated it will cost money if any livestock gets outside the fence.  Brown stated he did not want livestock by where he lives and doesn’t think anyone else in town does.  Another option, if the ordinance were changed, 3 acres would be the minimum land to have livestock, minus the house and lawn.  The other option is to put it on the April ballot, however Mr. Kelly has stated that is only a poll.  Brown also stated if put on ballot and assess a fee per head of livestock would that be binding.  VanZandt stated he liked the options available, but still thinks it needs to be on the April 4, 2017 ballot.   Mr. Kelly stated there would have to be two different questions, one would be a tax.  Worse case would be, no cannot have livestock in the city and the other one on the fee would pass.   Mayor asked if any questions need to be about the shots that livestock would need.  Coker stated livestock is a big investment and people will take care of their investment.  Brown stated 3 acres will take in 14 people.  Coker responded that is not a big percentage of 500 people.  Mayor stated the other percentage of the people need to have a chance to voice their opinion, which is why it needs to be put on the ballot.  Walker stated if the other people are not property owners they cannot vote on the question.  Mayor stated the town cannot be divided into where you live or I live it needs to be the entire city.  Coker responded where these people who want livestock live is on the outskirts of town, so there is a separation.  Venable stated 3 acres would limit the number of livestock to 6 head.  Coker stated if they own the property, they should be able to do what they want with it.   Fender wanted to know who would be checking the 100 ft. fence line.  Coker stated the Code Enforcement Officer.  Brown stated where would you draw the line.  Coker responded that is what is being discussed.  Fender asked if someone has 2.89 acres wants livestock is the Board going to amend the Ordinance again.  Coker stated 3 acres would be fine.    Fender asked would the Ordinance be amended and will that fix this so it will not come back again.  Venable stated it can always come back.  VanZandt wanted to know if a complete Ordinance or just amend.  Mayor asked they wanted to bring this back next month.  Mr. Kelly stated there is no motion on the floor.  Motion to amend the livestock Ordinance to read 3.25 acres minus the house and yard made by Coker seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Brown, Coker and Powell.  Voting “Nay” None.  VanZandt and Fender abstained. 
  2. Venable stated her documentation will not fit in the packet.  Venable presented big signs that the Public Works would post in the areas that would have a boil order for the water.  Venable also had door hangers.  VanZandt asked if Venable was going to have other people to do the door hangers, the city only has two people to do things like this.  Venable stated the fire department or the CERT people could do the door hangers.  VanZandt stated the signs would be a good idea, but the two people from the water department would be down in the ditch trying to fix the water leak. 
  3. Venable stated that is Coker’s item.  Coker stated the paper work was not in City Hall in time.  Coker will bring into the City Hall.  Motion to postpone to the October Board meeting made by Coker seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  4. Mayor appointed, subject to Board approval, Mickey Brown as the Library Board liaison until May 2017.  Motion to approve the appointment made by VanZandt seconded be Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  Brown abstained.
  5. Mr. Kelly has no update, the person from BNSF has never gotten back to him by email, so no action will be taken.
  6. Danley stated the copy of the ADA report is available, however now we are waiting on the ISO report.  Danley stated the City is no longer liable.  No action taken.

 

  1. Sherry Bath went to Planning and Zoning Commission and showed them the letter from the City asking for a million dollar liability coverage to retain the items on the sidewalk in front of the shops.  The President of the Planning and Zoning Board, Jason Baker, stated this is pretty simple, this is not a Planning and Zoning issue will have to go back to the Board of Aldermen.   Bath stated they had tried to do everything that needed to be done.  VanZandt stated the ADA is above the City as far as the regulations for the clear space needed for wheelchair access.  Danley also stated your insurance company should do an inspection every time the policy is renewed.   No action taken.
  2. BILL NO. 16-13 — An Ordinance Amending Section 6 of Ordinance No. 14-13 Relating to the Establishment of a Free Library and a Public Library Board.  Motion to strike Bud N. Pierce, Mayor; amend to Michael B. Hodges, Mayor; made by Coker seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Motion to have the First Reading of Bill No. 16-13 by Title Only made by Coker 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. 16-13 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-13 by Title Only.  Motion to approve the First Reading of Bill No. 16-13 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. 16-13 by Title Only made by Powell seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Mayor asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 16-13 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 16-13 by Title Only.  Motion to approve the Second Reading 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.  Motion that Bill No. 16-13 be made Ordinance 16-13 made by Brown seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

 

NEW BUSINESS, MEMORIALS, PROCLAMATIONS AND ORDINANCES.           

  1. Motion to approve and adopt the Consent Agenda made by Coker seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  2. Hopkins stated the Commercial Insurance is due to be renewed by November 6, 2016, will need to be voted on in October on the three quotes.  Motion to approve Tony Taylor to give Hopkins three quotes for the Insurance made by VanZandt seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  3. Mayor discussed the other pump from the lift station on Beech Street is in need of repair and will cost about the same as the last one, which has been installed.  Motion to approve up to $3,000.00 for the pump repair made by VanZandt seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  4. Fall clean-up will be scheduled for October 20, 2016.  Motion to approve the date made by Brown seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions. 
  5. Mayor stated an ad had been placed in the paper for the tuck point repairs to City Hall, however there was no response.  VanZandt knew a mason that told him the rock for the building is very high at this time.  Coker stated need to put an ad in the Springfield paper.    Coker asked Hopkins to place an ad in the Springfield paper.
  6. Motion to accept Kaye Crawford’s resignation from the Library Board made by Brown seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay’ None.  No abstentions.
  7. Mayor to appoint two new members to the Library Board with Board approval, Jan Morrison and Ivanna Maxwell.  Motion made by Brown seconded by Powell to approve the appointments.  Coker stated the Library Board will confirm the length of the term.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  8. Mayor discussed making Madison Street a one-way street, from Pine to Hwy. 60.  VanZandt stated it does not need to be made a one-way street.  Motion to postpone to October meeting made by VanZandt seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  9. Mayor discussed making 4 spaces on Commercial Street, behind City Hall, 2 Hour parking limit.  Motion to approve the 2 hour parking limit on Commercial Street, 4 spaces, made by Coker seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None, No abstentions.
  10. Motion to approve payment of wages, expenses, bills, statements and other expenditures for the month of August, 2016 made by Coker seconded by VanZandt. Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

 

Motion to go into Closed Session Pursuant to Section 610.021(1) RSMo made by VanZandt seconded by Powell.

ROLL CALL VOTE.

VanZandt           Aye

Powell                 Aye

Coker                 Aye

Brown                Aye

Fender               Aye

Venable             Aye

 

Meeting Closed to the Public.

 

Regular Meeting reopened.

 

No further business.

 

 

 

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

 

 

                                                            _________________________________________

                                                             Michael B. Hodges, Mayor

 

 

 

ATTEST

 

 

______________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

Board of Aldermen Meeting Thursday, September 8, 2016

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Posted by chopkins | Posted in Agenda | Posted on 06-09-2016

 

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

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

 

 

AGENDA FOR SEPTEMBER 8, 2016 REGULAR SESSION OF THE

BILLINGS BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS MEETING IN THE

CITY OF BILLINGS, MISSOURI AT CITY HALL AT 7:00 P.M.

 

ROLL CALL.

 

Mayor Hodges will open the Board Meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance.

 

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION.

 

OLD BUSINESS.

a.    Board to discuss Section 205.350, Livestock Ordinance.  Possible Vote.

b.    Venable to present documentation and discuss Emergency Protocol and Procedure Policy.  No documentation as of

         September 6, 2016 at 3: p.m.

c.     Venable to present documentation and discuss Employee Procedure and Policy.                                                                                                                     

No documentation as of September 6, 2016 at 3:00 p.m.

e.     Board to discuss the appointment and approval of Mickey Brown as the new liaison for the Library Board.  Possible Vote. 

f.      Mr. Kelly to update the City on the status of the BNSF crossing at the wastewater facility.  Possible Vote.

g.      Terry Danley to present to the Board the ADA Report on the Washington Street Inspection of New Beginnings and Kip’ Rocking Chair.  Possible Vote.

h.      Sherry Bath to present the findings of the Planning and Zoning Commission to the Board.  Possible Vote

i.     BILL NO. 16-13 — An Ordinance Amending Section 6 of Ordinance No. 14-13 Relating to the Establishment of a Free Library and a Public Library Board.  Possible Vote.

  

NEW BUSINESS, MEMORIALS, PROCLAMATIONS AND ORDINANCES.

  a.     Consent Agenda.  Vote.

           i.       Review and approve the Minutes for the Regular Session Meeting of the

          Board of Alderpersons on August 11, 2016.

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

          of Alderpersons on August 25, 2016.

          iii.       Review and approve the Treasurer’s Report.

           iv.      Police Report not available.

           v.       Review and approve the Municipal Court Report.

           vi.      Review and approve the Animal Control Report.

          vii.      Review and approve the Wastewater Maintenance Report.

          viii.      Review and approve the Water Report.

           ix.        Review and approve the Building Inspector’s Report.

           x.          Review and approve the Planning & Zoning Minutes.  No Minutes available.

  b.     Hopkins to discuss contacting Tony Taylor to request three quotes for the City’s

            Insurance for the year 2017.  Possible Vote.

   c.     Mayor to discuss the other pump for the lift station of Beech Street, the repaired

pump has been installed.  However, now the other pump needs to be repaired.

Possible Vote.

   d.    Fall clean-up in October, two possible dates 10-13 or 10-20.  Board to approve one of

           two dates.  Possible Vote.

   e.    Ad placed in the paper for bids on the repairs to the building per EMC

           recommendation.  No bids received as of September 6, 2016 at 3:00 P.M.

    f.    Board to accept the resignation of Kaye Crawford from the Library Board.

           Possible Vote.

    g.    Mayor to appoint with the Board’s approval Jan Morrison and Ivanna Maxwell

           to the Library Board.  Possible Vote.

     h.   Mayor to discuss a one-way street on Madison from Hwy. 60 to Pine.  Vote.

      i.   Mayor to discuss two hour parking signs on Commercial Street, behind City Hall

for four spaces.  Possible Vote.

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

expenditures for the month of August, 2016.  Possible Vote.

 

Motion that the Board go into Closed Session for the Purpose of legal actions, or litigation thereof Pursuant

to Section 610.021 (1) RSMo.

 

Meeting Closed to the Public.

Reopen Regular Meeting.

 

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 September, 2016 at 4:00 p.m.

 

 

 

________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

 

No Planning & Zoning Meeting Sept 1, 2016

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Posted by chopkins | Posted in Planning & Zoning | Posted on 30-08-2016

There is no scheduled Planning and Zoning Meeting for Sept 2016.