Three city boards will meet tonight. This will be the first time they’ve met since the April 7 election.
The Park Hills City Council will meet in regular session at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Park Hills City Hall, 9 Bennett Street.
The results of the April 7 municipal election are to be certified and newly elected members of the council are to be sworn in. Exiting council members are to be presented with plaques recognizing their service. The council then is to reorganize.
In addition, Library Board appointments are to be made. The delinquent tax list is up for approval as well.
Other topics to be discussed include an ordinance accepting a subdivision plat survey and a resolution supporting an upcoming 5K run.
City Administrator Matt Whitwell also is scheduled to present a Parks and Recreation Department update and reports on street and sidewalk work and utilities. Terry Leach is scheduled to address the council concerning a gravel driveway.
The Leadington Board of Aldermen will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. Tuesday in the municipal building at 12 Weir St.
According to the tentative agenda, the board will be swearing in newly elected officeholders before covering a wide range of issues that include requests for liquor, fireworks and business licenses; a culvert on Woodlawn Drive; an electronic keypad entry lock and Roberts Alarm Systems; MAC Law Enforcement Academy; LETSAC Conference; purchase of a reserve vest; police department car tires; fire trucks; mosquito control; spring cleanup; upgrading of street department phone; bidding for Woodlawn Cemetery lawn care; bidding for city auditor; Burgess invoice; court clerk training; purchase of a receipt printer; city shirts; city checking account signees; and carpet cleaning.
Meetings of the board of aldermen are open to the public.
The Leadwood Board of Alderpersons will meet at 7 p.m. tonight at Leadwood City Hall, 708 Bank St.
At that time, existing board members will certify the results of the April 7 municipal election.
Afterward, those newly elected to the board will be sworn in. No other business is to be conducted, City Clerk Charlotte Lewis said.
At the next regular meeting, set for Monday, April 20, the new board will take over.
While many other municipal boards certify election results and swear in newly elected officials as part of the business at a regular session, City Clerk Lewis said Leadwood traditionally has called a separate meeting dedicated for that purpose.