Farmington city

The Farmington City Council, Mineral Area College Board of Trustees and the Bismarck Board of Aldermen will hold meetings today. 

Farmington City Council

The Farmington City Council will meet for three public hearings and regular session beginning at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers, located at 110 W. Columbia St.

Public hearings scheduled include proposed amendments to land uses in zoning districts, an application for a special use permit at 110 N. Carleton to allow for storage buildings and an application for an amendment to the Planned Unit Development at Butterfield Gardens.

A first reading by title only is tentatively scheduled during legislative action in regular session for the first two public hearings, with a first and second reading and council action tentatively scheduled for the third hearing.

Also among the legislative items on the tentative agenda are a first reading by title only for parking restricted during certain hours on the Sports Complex parking lot and a first and second reading for an agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for the installation of roadside flashers.

There are a number of resolutions up for council action under the consent agenda. Those items include a sign location lease with Lamar Companies, contract with Visu-Sewer of Missouri, LLC for the installation of cured-in-place-pipe at the Smith Subdivision, contract for sale of real estate to Wolk Holdings, LLC, resolution for city to enter into and execute an interconnection and operating agreement with First State Community Bank, and a resolution to accept an easement for stormwater detention basin area at Westmeyer Meadows Subdivision.

Council will also hear committee reports, the city administrator report and the mayor’s report.

The public hearing and regular session are open to the public.

Mineral Area College

The Mineral Area College Board of Trustees will meet in regular session today in the VanHerck Boardroom on the school's Park Hills campus.

According to the tentative agenda, the board will receive the State of Missouri report; hear the fall census enrollment report; learn about the NCMPR Award for Alumni Magazine, receive updates from the MAC Foundation and Arts Council; and hear reports on campus safety, classified staff and the faculty forum.

In old business, the board will consider a bid for upgrades to North College Center and hear an AQIP update from Dr. Diana Stuart. In new business, the board will conduct the first reading of board policy pertaining to early retirement.

The meeting is open to the public.

Bismarck Board of Aldermen

The Bismarck Board of Aldermen will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. tonight in the old train depot at 901 E. Main St.

According to the tentative agenda, the board will hear from Hoyt Herbst and Jamie Hodge regarding a housing inspection at 634 Center St., and consider requests from the Bismarck Development Committee to install tree benches at Sundale Park and reassemble the park and recreation board.

In new business, the board will consider approving the dates of Nov. 13-15 for the city's annual fall cleanup and Dec. 2 for the annual Christmas tree lighting; receive information on merchant licenses; and vote on an ordinance designating eligible projects that can be funded with water system upkeep funds.

The meeting is open to the public.

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