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Three city boards will hold meetings today. 

Park Hills

The Park Hills City Council will meet in open session tonight at 6 p.m. in council chambers at City Hall, located at 9 Bennett Street.

The council will first hold a public hearing to gather public input on amending the City of Park Hills zoning map. Following the hearing, the council will then consider an ordinance to adopt a new zoning district map for the city.

The council will then hear City Administrator Mark McFarland’s monthly report followed by reports from committees.

In unfinished business, the council will consider an ordinance to amend portions of the city code regarding the volunteer fire department.

In new business, the council will consider an ordinance amending chapters of the city code regarding weeds, grass and brush.

This meeting will be open to the public.


The Bismarck Board of Aldermen meets at 7 p.m. tonight in the old train depot located at 901 W. Main.

According to the tentative agenda, the board will hear from Bismarck R-5 Superintendent Jason King who will be speaking about the schools proposed bond issue.

In old business, the aldermen will open bids for the selling of a 2008 Crown Victoria police car; approve bids for the sidewalk project; and discuss entering a maintenance contract with Vandevanter Engineering for the city treatment plant's pumps.

In new business, the board will consider approving a business license; the annual adult Easter egg hunt at Sundale Park; a contract with Kromm, Rikimaru & Johansen Inc. for the LIFE Center project; a contract with SEMO Regional Planning for administration; and using Charter for the city's internet provider.

The meeting is open to the public.


The Leadington Board of Aldermen meet in regular session at 6 p.m. tonight in the municipal building located at 12 Weir St.

According to the tentative agenda, the board will discuss Penny Lane street lights and Woodlawn Drive; open bids for Woodlawn Cemetery lawn service; consider FEMA and police department resolutions; discuss Red Rooster Road, Chromebooks and iPads, city signs, spring cleanup and Missouri Rural Services workers compensation. The board will also consider an ordinance regarding the city employee manual.

The meeting is open to the public.


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