February 14, 2020| Meetings|
Public notice is hereby given that a Regular Session of the Nevada City Council will be held on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers located at 120 S. Ash, Nevada, Missouri.
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This Agenda may be modified with the express or implied consent of the City Council during the meeting.
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Invocation – Bill Platt
4. Roll Call
6. Approval of Minutes
a. February 4, 2020 Regular Session City Council Minutes
7. Appointments to Boards and Commissions
8. Consideration of Bids
a. Consideration of Bid No. 2020-02 Medium Duty Rescue Truck – Fire Department
b. Consideration of Bid No. 2020-08 Police Vehicles – Police Department
c. Consideration of Bid No. 2020-11 Water Treatment Plant High ServiceMotor Repair – Alliance
d. Consideration of Bid No. 2020-12 Truck Repair – Public Works
9. Public Participation from Those Registered with the City Clerk
10. Communications and Petitions
a. Daughters of the Revolution (DAR) – Murals
11. Old Business
a. Second Reading of Bill No. 2020-012 Establishing a Fee Schedule for the Use of the Frank E. Peters Municipal Golf Course.
b. Second Reading of Bill No. 2020-013 Authorizing the Execution of an Agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for Sign Program Participation.
c. Second Reading of Bill No. 2020-014 Approving the Application for Federal Financial Assistance Under Section 5311 of Chapter 53, Title 49 United States Code.
d. Second Reading of Bill No. 2020-015 Amending Chapter 37 of the Municipal Code of the City of Nevada, Missouri Concerning Fences.
e. Second Reading of Bill No. 2020-016 Authorizing the Execution of an Agreement with Mayer Specialty, LLC of Goddard, Kansas for Video Inspection Services.
12. New Business
a. Consideration of Bill No. 2020-017 Amending Chapter 11 of the Municipal Code of the City of Nevada, Missouri.
b. Consideration of Bill No. 2020-018 Amending Chapter 25A of the Municipal Code of the City of Nevada, Missouri.
c. Consideration of Bill No. 2020-019 Amending Chapter 2 of the Municipal Code of the City of Nevada, Missouri.
d. Consideration of Bill No. 2020-020 Authorizing the Execution of an Agreement with Kaysinger Basin Regional Planning Commission (KBRPC) for an Economic Development Program.
e. Consideration of Bill No. 2020-021 Amending Section 20-23 of the Code of the City of Nevada, Missouri.
f. Consideration of Bill No. 2020-022 Approving Memorandum Agreement.
g. Consideration of Bill No. 2020-023 Authorizing and Directing the Opening and Construction of a City Street Providing Access to the Proposed Animal Shelter Facility and Providing for First Years Appropriation Therefrom.
h. Consideration of Bill No. 2020-024 Approving a Lease Agreement with the Nevada Animal Shelter Corporation, and Authorizing and Directing the Execution Thereof.
i. Consideration of Resolution No. 1549 Confirming the Streets to be improved in 2020 with Transportation Sates Tax Funds.
j. Consideration of Resolution No. 1550 Show Support for the Partnership between the City of Nevada and the Vernon County Commission to Participate in a Countywide Emergency Notification System.
a. Monthly Department Reports
i. Municipal Court – January
ii. Fire Department – January
iii. Animal Control – January
iv. Police Department – January
v. Alliance Water Resources – January
vi. Finance – January
i. Business License – January
b. Boards and Commissions Written Minutes/Reports
c. Mayor’s Report
d. City Manager’s Report
14. Miscellaneous Matters
15. Executive Session
a. The Mayor Requests an Executive Session for Reasons in Accordance with Section 610.021 RSMo., Subparagraph (3) Hiring, firing, disciplining or promoting of particular employees by a public governmental body when personal information about the employee is discussed or recorded.
Dated this 14th day of February, 2020 and posted at 3:30 p.m.
Johnna Williams, Deputy City Clerk
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