January 4, 2019| Meetings|
Public notice is hereby given that a Regular Session of the Nevada City Council will be held on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers located at 120 S. Ash, Nevada, Missouri.
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CITY COUNCIL MEETING
Tuesday, January 8, 2019
1. Call to Order
2. Pledge of Allegiance
3. Invocation – David Rorabaugh
4. Roll Call
6. Approval of Minutes
a. December 18, 2018 Regular Session City Council Minutes
7. Appointments to Boards and Commissions
8. Consideration of Bids
9. Public Participation from Those Registered with the City Clerk
10. Communications and Petitions
11. Old Business
a. Second Reading of Bill No. 2018-042 Amending the Zoning District Map at 911 E. Highland, by changing the zoning from M-1 Light Industrial to C-3 Commercial.
12. New Business
a. Consideration of Bill No. 2019-001 Accepting the bid and authorizing the execution of an agreement with Southard Construction Company of Joplin, Missouri for the Water Treatment Plant Piping Improvements.
b. Consideration of Bill No. 2019-002 Accepting the bid and authorizing the execution of an agreement with McInroy Contractors, LLC, of Nevada, Missouri for the Clay, Sycamore & Alma Street Sewer Improvements.
c. Consideration of Bill No. 2019-003 Accepting the drainage easement at 725 W. Maple, being a part of Lot 4, Block Thirteen of Tucker’s Second Addition as granted by James M. Farris and Lesia J. Farris.
d. Consideration of Bill No. 2019-004 Accepting the bid and authorizing the execution of an agreement with Infrastructure Management Services, LLC, of Tempe, Arizona for a pavement condition survey.
e. Consideration of Resolution No. 1523 Confirming the streets to be improved in 2019 with transportation sales tax funds.
a. Monthly Department Reports
b. Boards and Commissions Written Minutes/Reports
c. Mayor’s Report
d. City Manager’s Report
14. Miscellaneous Matters
Dated this 4th day of January, 2019 and posted at 3:00 p.m.
Johnna Williams, Deputy City Clerk
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