Board of Aldermen Draft Minutes Thursday April 20, 2017

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MINUTES FOR THE BILLINGS BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS

REGULAR MEETING ON APRIL 20, 2017 AT 7:00 P.M.  IN

BILLINGS CITY HALL

 

Present were:  Mayor Hodges, Attorney William Petrus, Treasurer Chris M. Hopkins, Officer Shawn Dempsey, Water & Sewer Supervisor Randy Poindexter and City Clerk Ruth M. Haskins.

 

Citizens and guests present were:  Gary Verch, Tricia Huffman, Nicolas Harter and

Marvin Woods.

 

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.

Fender stated a teacher had enquired about holding a 5K run as a fund raiser.  Fender says they were thinking about doing this when the Fair was being held.

Brown stated a MODOT employee named Mike had called him to tell Brown that MODOT would not move the 45 MPH sign out, however would post a 55 MPH sign.

 

OLD BUSINESS.a.

a.     Brown discussed storage building at wastewater plant. No bids that were in price range.  Will try to get others, maybe with gravel floor, except where the kennel for the dogs.  Motion to postpone to next meeting made by Brown seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

b.     Coker stated the committee will have another meeting in June. Motion to bring back to the Board in two months made by Coker seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.     No abstentions.

c.      Monger has filed the quit claim deed for the retainage area on John St. donating it to the City. FYI.

d,     Poindexter submitted a quote for a flow meter to be installed inside the Fire Department at $2,197.00 plus $80.00 for the saddle. Motion made by Coker to approve the purchase seconded by Powell.  Venable asked if the Fire Department would pay half of that price.  VanZandt responded no they say they do not need it.  Voting “Aye” Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” Venable.  No abstentions.

e.      Hopkins reported that Blevins has finished the FEMA project. Would like to have permission to release the check for $20,452.50.   Motion to approve the release of the check made by Venable seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

f.      Archer-Elgin recommended the Board accept the bid from Ace Pipe Cleaning, Inc. Motion made by Fender to award the CCTV Inspection Project to award the contract to Ace Pipe Cleaning, Inc. for the amount of $70,432.00 seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

g.     Consent Agenda. Poindexter stated DNR has instructed the City to start chlorinating all the time.  At the present time, Poindexter is going to Sam’s buying bleach by the gallon, it would be cheaper to purchase it in 55 gallon barrels.  Motion to approve the Consent Agenda made by Fender seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye”  Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

h.     Motion to approve payment of wages, expenses, bills, statements and other expenditures for the month of March 2017 made by Coker seconded by Powell. Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

i.     Motion to amend agenda to add Library Board Ordinance made by Coker seconded by Venable.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

j.     Motion to amend agenda for emergency item for the water department made by Fender seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

k.    Library Board Ordinance not available. Motion to postpone to next meeting made by Coker seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

l.     Motion to approve bid from Clean Stream for pumps for chlorine in the amount of $1,560.92 and two barrels of chlorine at $3.07 per gallon made by Fender seconded by Brown. Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

Motion for a 15 minute recess to acknowledge departing Board Members and to welcome new Members made by Powell seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

NEW BUSINESS, MEMORIALS, PROCLAMATIONS AND ORDINANCES.

A.     Oath of Office given to new Board Members, Ward one Tricia Huffman; Ward two Nicolas Harter and Ward three Marvin Woods.

 ROLL CALL.

Huffman             Present

Fender                Present

Harter                 Present

Brown                 Present

Woods                 Present

Coker                  Present

B.      Mayor discussed donating $200.00 to the Billings Ministerial Alliance for the Easter Egg Hunt. Motion to approve the donation made by Fender seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Coker, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

C.      Mayor presented a bid for a new lawn mower at $9,552.00 from Yarbrough Equipment. Fender asked if the old mower was to be a trade-in.  Mayor stated he did not think they would give anything for it, was just going to keep it for a back-up.  Fender asked about the length of the warranty.  Mayor thought it was a one or two year warranty.  Board wanted the Mayor to try to get $1,000.00 for the old mower.  Motion to approve the purchase with the above condition made by Harter seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Coker, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

D.      Poindexter discussed having the instruments at the wastewater plant calibrated at a cost of $500.00 annually by Lou Rauch. Motion to approve made by Brown seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Coker, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

E.       Mayor discussed the water bill at 619 SW Hwy. 14. Gary Verch stated the grinder pump works to a point, still have to flush several times.  Verch never asked the City to reduce the bills, that was a comprise that the previous Mayor approved.  Harter asked how much the minimum bill was each month.  Clerk answered $54.00 for 2,000 gallon.  Verch asked that the City honor that agreement until the new pipe on the entire line.  Mayor stated the house is down under grade.  Poindexter stated the Engineers were working on the problem.  Fender stated the City needs to give them until the end of the year, before anything is done.  Motion to leave the charge at the minimum at least until the end of the year made by Brown seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Coker, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

F.      Hopkins discussed Use Tax as an FYI.

G.      Mayor made the following recommendation for appointments to the Fair Board: Janine Staiger and Lisa McClelland for a two year term; Susan Sieloff, Doris Schmidt, Jerry Vermule, Gary Verch and Melissa Venable for one year terms.  Motion to made in aggregate for the appointments made by Brown seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Coker, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

H.       Board to make recommendation to the Mayor for the appointment for a liaison to the Fair Board.  Huffman nominated by the Board.  Motion made to appoint Huffman to the Fair Board made by Fender seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Coker and Harter.  Voting “Nay” None.  Huffman abstained.

I.        Mayor discussed the change order for Hogan’s Painting to provide and install check valve recirculation system (Tap Co. Patten) at a cost of $6,245.00 that will be added to the contract. Motion to approve the change order for Hogans made by Coker seconded by Harter.  Voting “Aye” Woods, Fender, Brown, Coker, Harter and Huffman.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

J.       Report from Ted Nichols on delinquent taxes. FYI.

 

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

 

 

                                                                        ________________________________

                                                                        Michael B. Hodges, Mayo

 

 

ATTEST

 

 

______________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

 

Board of Aldermen Meeting Thursday, April 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 APRIL 20, 2017 REGULAR SESSION OF THE BOARD

OF ALDERPERSONS FOR THE CITY OF BILLINGS, MISSOURI

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.  Brown to discuss storage building for wastewater plant.  Possible Vote.

b.  Coker to discuss Employee Policy & Procedures Committee Meeting (Minutes in Packet).  Committee  has postponed this to the June Board Meeting.

c.  Johnny Monger has submitted the Quit Claim Deed to be recorded on the retainage area on

 

     John Street. FYI.

d.  Poindexter to discuss the cost of a water meter for the Fire Department.  Poindexter has a price

 

     For an insertion flow meter, which would be installed inside on existing pipes.  Price is $2,197.00.  Possible Vote.

e.  Blevins Asphalt finished the FEMA project.  Request permission to release the check for

 

$20,452.50.  Possible Vote.

f.  Archer-Elgin and City Staff held a bid opening on April 13th for the CCTV Inspection of Sanitary

 

Sewer System Project.  (Letter enclosed)  The engineers recommend awarding the project to Ace

Pipe Cleaning, Inc. of Kansas City, Mo for the low bid of $70,432.00.  The bid sheet is enclosed in

packet.  Possible Vote to award the Contract to Ace Pipe Cleaning, Inc.

g.  Consent Agenda.  Vote.

 

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

      Meeting of March 16, 2017.

      Review and approve Employees Policy & Procedure Committee Meeting of March 23, 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.  (February & March)

      Review and approve the Building Inspector’s Report.  

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

 

month of March 2017.  Possible Vote.

 

Motion to have a 15 minute recess to acknowledge departing Board Members and to welcome new

members to the Board.  Possible Vote.

NEW BUSINESS, MEMORIALS, PROCLAMATIONS AND ORDINANCES.

 

  • Certification of Election Results from April 4, 2017.  Oath of Office for the new members of

 

The Board.

            Ward One           Tricia Huffman

            Ward Two           Nicolas Harter

            Ward Three        Marvin Woods

            Extension of Capital Improvements Sales Tax passed 58% to 42% for two more years.

 

  • Mayor to discuss donating $200.00 to the Billings Ministerial Alliance for the Easter Egg Hunt,

 

which was held at the Billings Assembly of God Church.  Possible Vote.

 

  • Mayor to discuss purchasing a new lawn mower, bid included in packet.  Possible Vote.
  • Poindexter to discuss having the instruments at the Wastewater plant calibrated annually at a

 

cost of $500.00 per year.  Possible Vote.

 

  • Mayor to discuss the water bill at 619 SW Hwy 14.  City has only been charging a minimum

 

rate for a number of years.  With the installation the grinder pump, should they now be charged

            on the usage per month?  Possible Vote. 

 

  • Hopkins to discuss Use Sales Tax, this could be a potential new revenue source.  However, this

 

requires a vote of the people to approve, which could not be on the ballot until April of 2018.

Possible Vote.

 

  • Mayor to make recommendations for appointments to the Fair Board.  Janine Staiger – two year   term; Lisa McClelland – two year term; Susan Sieloff – one year term; Doris Schmidt – one year;

 

Jerry Vermule –one year term and Gary Verch – one year term.  Possible Vote.

 

  • Board will have to submit recommendations to the Mayor for an Alderperson to be the liaison for the Fair Board.   Possible Vote.
  • Mayor to discuss change order for Hogans Painting at the water tower to provide and install check valve recirculation system (Tap Co. Patten) at a cost of $6,245.00 added to the contract.  Possible Vote.
  • FYI.  Report from Ted Nichols on delinquent personal and real estate taxes in packet.

 

 

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 April 2017 at 4:00 p.m.

 

 

 

___________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

Library Agenda for Tuesday, April 11, 2017

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                                    BILLINGS CITY LIBRARY

                                                AGENDA

                                    April 11,2017 6:30PM

                                          LIBRARY BUILDING

                                           252 NE US Hwy 60

 

Old business:

A. Volunteers

B. What needs to be done before opening

 

 

New business:

A.    Reading of Treasurer Report and approval

B.    Reading and approval of minutes of March 7, 2007 meeting.

C.    Bake Sale and Book Sale Final totals

D.    Book Fair on opening day

E.     Concession Stand during the Billings Fair

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

Prepared by Jenna Groves

04/10/17 3:38 pm

 

 

 

Railroad Meeting

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Billings RR Public Meeting Flier (002)

No Planning & Zoning meeting Scheduled for Thursday, April 6, 2017

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No Planning & Zoning Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, April 6, 2017.

Draft Minutes of Special Called Meeting March 16, 2017

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MINUTES OF THE SPECIAL CALLED SESSION OF

THE BOARD OF ALDERPERSONS ON MARCH 16, 2017

AT 7:00 P.M. IN BILLINGS, MISSOURI

 

Present were: Mayor Michael Hodges, Attorney William Petrus, Chief David

Taylor, Water & Sewer Maint. Supt. Randy Poindexter, Treasurer Chris M.

Hopkins and City Clerk Ruth M. Haskins.                                                                    

 

Citizens and guests present were:  Marshall Decker, Nick Harter, Jan Morrison, Whitney Packwood, Ivanna Maxwell, Nancy Thomas, Jenna Groves and Tonya Reynolds.

 

ROLL CALL.

Jack VanZandt                  Present

Holly Fender                      Present

Don Powell                         Present

Mickey Brown                   Present

Jessie Coker                       Present

Melissa Venable                 Present

 

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

 

PUBLIC PARTICATION.

Jenna Groves asked that item g. under New Business be taken off the Agenda.

City Clerk stated the Board will have to vote to take that item off the Agenda.

No vote can be taken under Public Participation.

Fender asked Poindexter if Mrs. Parcell’s water problem is fixed.  Poindexter

responded that there were three different leaks and they have been repaired.

Coker asked if the Concession stand would be ready for next week.  Hopkins responded it was on the schedule for Friday.

 

OLD BUSINESS.

  1. Brown discussed flusher tank. No truck has been found for the flusher.  Poindexter stated someone might want to buy the flusher.  VanZandt stated it is in pretty bad shape.  Motion to sell made by VanZandt seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  2. Brown stated a couple of months ago discussed building storage for the equipment that is outside, which should be inside. Ad was placed in the paper and received a few bids, which were all too high.  Brown would like to continue to try to find someone that would be more reasonable.  Motion to postpone and discuss next month made by Brown seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  3. Coker to discuss Employee Handbook. Mayor asked if a meeting was held by the committee.  Coker stated no.  Coker asked if Fender and Brown are still on board.  Motion to postpone to have committee meeting to March 23rd at 6:00 p.m. before the Town Hall meeting and then bring back to the April 20th Board Meeting made by Coker seconded by Venable.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  4. Coker requested update on the FEMA project completion date. Coker stated they were cutting the pavement out today.  Hopkins stated the extension was granted to April 7th.
  5. Coker revisited the request for Cell Tower money at the last meeting. Venable stated several years ago Christian County Economic Development was promised $500.00. Venable inquired could that not be used for the Library Broad.  Hopkins stated that was still on the Table.  Brown asked how much was in the account, and why do you need the $550.00.  Coker asked the Library Board Members what was the purpose for this money.  Brown asked why Christian County is not sharing the tax that is collected from the City.  Fender stated when is the City to be finished with giving money.   Mayor stated Coker is getting away from the discussion of this.  Motion to give the Library $275.00 from the Cell Tower money on a one-time thing made by Brown seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.

NEW BUSINESS, MEMORIALS, PROCLAMATIONS AND ORDINANCES.

  1. Consent Agenda. Motion to accept and approve the Consent Agenda made by VanZandt seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  2. BILL NO. 17-04 An Ordinance Amending the Municipal Code of the City of Billings, Missouri at 110.170 Regarding Times of Regular Meetings. Motion to have the First Reading of Bill No. 17-04 by Title Only made by Brown seconded by VanZandt.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Mayor asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 17-04 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 17-04 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the First Reading of Bill No. 17-04 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. 17-04 made by Powell seconded by VanZandt.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Mayor asked the City Clerk to read Bill No. 17-04 by Title Only.  Haskins read Bill No. 17-04 by Title Only.  Motion to accept the Second Reading and for Final Passage thereof, made by VanZandt seconded by Brown. Voting “Aye” Venable,

Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.  Bill No.17-04 is now Ordinance 17-04.

  1. Marshall Decker reviewed the 2016 annual audit for the City of Billings. City has a good cash balance.  Mr. Decker asked if there were any questions.
  2. Mayor to remove Mickey Brown as liaison to the Library Board and appoint Jessie Coker as the liaison. Motion to accept the resignation of Mickey Brown as liaison and appoint Jessie Coker to the Library Board made by Fender seconded by Venable.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  Coker & Brown abstained.
  3. Brown would like to postpone the 40 X 50 building bids for the wastewater plant to next meeting. Motion made to postpone by Brown seconded by Coker.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell an VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  4. Engineer recommended a motion to award the contract to Gregg Crawford Const. for the rehab of the Sand Filter Building in the amount of $48,228.00. Motion to award the contract to Crawford Const. made by Coker seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  5. Motion to Table this item, Repealing Chapter 145 Public Library and Library Board Ordinance made by VanZandt seconded by Coker. Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  6. Packwood updated issues for the Library. Library will open in May.  On April 1st they will be having a book sale as a fund raiser.  Library hours will be from

3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

  1. Whitney Packwood discussed the modifications wanted for the Library Board. Motion to modify Chapter 145,  Section 145.010; 145.020; 145.030; 145.040; 145.050; 145.060; 145.070 and 145.080 made by Venable seconded by Coker to be written in Ordinance form for passage at the next meeting.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  2. Motion to Table this item j. made by VanZandt seconded by Powell. Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstention.
  3. Motion to Table this item k. made by Powell seconded by Venable. Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  4. Motion to continue free water from the City made by VanZandt seconded by Coker. Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  5. Taylor presented a change on the method of overtime pay for the Police Department. Motion to accept the changes to the Police Department overtime pay made by Venable seconded by Brown.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  6. VanZandt states Rod Cowan wants the concession stand for the Fourth of July Fireworks. Cowan does not want the stand for the Fair.  Library will take the stand for the Fair.  Motion to allow 4-H to have the concession stand for Fourth of July made by Brown seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  7. Hopkins stated Marshall asked where the reserve was for the Bond, called Sam and was told to set up a new account for the reserve of $85,980.00. Venable stated the final payment would be in 2036 instead of 2041, Hopkins stated that would be corrected.  Motion to open the account made by VanZandt seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  8. FYI.
  9. FYI.
  10. Poindexter stated the City’s water loss for last year was 5.8 million gallons and DNR has termed that excessive. Poindexter requested approval to meter the water at the Fire Department.  Motion to get bids on the cost of a meter made by Venable seconded by Fender.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  11. Poindexter requested approval to purchase two (2) used SCBA’s at the cost of $625.00 each to used at the wastewater treatment plant for emergency chlorine leaks. Motion to purchase the two SCBA’s made by Brown seconded by Powell.  Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.
  12. Mayor informed the Board that last Friday there was a sewer back-up on a main, when Bert Bond and Randy Poindexter were trying to clear the main it built up pressure and went into Tonya Reynold’s house. Serv-Pro was called to do the clean-up.  Venable asked why an insurance claim was called in without Board approval.  Hopkins stated it was an emergency.  The insurance adjustor is inspecting the damage.  Venable stated another resident has stated they have had to replace floors due to back-up.  VanZandt stated that is a different matter, their house was built below the sewer grade.
  13. Motion to approve the payment of wages, expenses, bills, statements and other expenditures for the month of February 2017 made by VanZandt seconded by Brown. Voting “Aye” Venable, Fender, Brown, Coker, Powell and VanZandt.  Voting “Nay” None.  No abstentions.   

 

Motion made by Brown seconded by Coker that the Board go into Closed Session for the Purpose of hiring, firing and disciplining an employee Pursuant to Section 610.021(3) RSMo.

Roll Call Vote.

Venable                  Aye

Fender                    Aye

Brown                    Aye

Coker                     Aye

Powell                    Aye

VanZandt              Aye

 

Meeting closed to the Public.

 

Reopen Regular Meeting.

 

 

 

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

 

Adjourned at 9:45 p.m.

 

 

                                                                        _________________________________

                                                               Michael B. Hodges, Mayor

 

 

ATTEST

 

 

 

______________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

City of Billings Committee Meeting, Thursday, March 23, 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 COMMITTEE MEETING OF

BILLINGS ALDERPERSONS ON

THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 2017 AT 6:00P.M.

 

MAYOR HODGES WILL OPEN THE MEETING.

 

COMMITTEE MEMBERS WILL BE MICKEY BROWN, HOLLY FENDER AND JESSIE COKER.

 

DISCUSSION WILL BE:

     POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR CITY EMPLOYEES.

 

THIS IS AN OPEN MEETING.

 

THERE WILL BE NO VOTE TAKEN.

 

 

 

The Undersigned, Hereby Certifies this a True Copy of the Foregoing Meeting.

Posted March 21, 2017 at 3:00 p.m.

 

 

 

________________________________

Ruth M. Haskins, City Clerk

Committee Meeting Thursday, March 23, 2017

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Town Hall Meeting

 

Thursday, March 23, 2017

 

7:00 PM

 

Billings City Hall Boardroom

 

 

Information on the Capital Improvement Sales Tax (2 year extension) needed for the continued renovation of the City Hall East and North walls.

Town Hall Meeting Thursday, March 23, 2017

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Town Hall Meeting

 

Thursday, March 23, 2017

 

7:00 PM

 

Billings City Hall Boardroom

 

 

Information on the Capital Improvement Sales Tax (2 year extension) needed for the continued renovation of the City Hall East and North walls.

 

The Mayor and some City Aldermen may be in attendance.  No city business will conducted nor votes taken.

Library Agenda Tuesday, March 21, 2017

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BILLINGS CITY LIBRARY

AGENDA

March 21, 2017  6:30PM

LIBRARY BUILDING

252 NE US HWY 60

 

Old business:

A.     Volunteers

B.     Nonprofit

C.     What needs to be done before opening

D.     Bake and Book sale preparations

 

 

New business:

A.     Reading of Treasurer Report and approval

B.     Reading and approval of minutes of March 7, 2007 meeting.

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

D.     Friends of the Library

 

 

 

Prepared by Jenna Groves

03/20/17 11:52am