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Two cities, MAC meet today

Two city boards and the Mineral Area College Board of Trustees will each hold meetings today.


The Farmington City Council has one public hearing scheduled before the start of tonight’s regular session.

The public hearing is for a street vacation application of Woodchase Avenue submitted by L.J. Miller. The council will hold a first reading on the matter during regular session.

Other legislative items include second readings on an alleyway vacation between Cayce Street and Second Street, two separate changes in zoning ordinances, along with a second reading amending the public works design standards.

A first and second reading with council action are scheduled for the execution of a development agreement with the redevelopment plan for the Karsch Boulevard and Downtown Farmington TIF District, as well as an ordinance amending the fiscal year 2016 operating budget.

Council will also take action on two consent agenda items, which include a lease purchase financing agreement with US Bank Corporation for a fire truck and a construction agreement with Ameren Missouri for the Woodlawn substation.

Committee reports are also scheduled during regular session.

The public hearing begins at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers at 110 W. Columbia St., with regular session immediately following. Both are open to the public.


Bismarck Mayor Seth Radford will be recognizing Buddy Poppy Proclamation Day when the city’s board of aldermen meet in regular session at 7 p.m. tonight in the old train depot on South Main Street.

Other items of business listed on the tentative agenda include the approval of three liquor licenses and a discussion of employee health insurance.

The meeting is open to the public.


The Mineral Area College Board of Trustees meets in regular session at 2 p.m. today in the boardroom on the Park Hills campus.

According to the tentative agenda, the board will hear the state of Missouri report from MAC President Dr. Steve Kurtz, Phi Theta Kappa report from Emily Murdock, 2016 summer semester enrollment report from Jean Merrill-Doss, classified report from Connie Hester and faculty forum report from Rich Flotron.

Also, Dr. Kurtz will provide the trustees an update on Central Methodist University’s commencement and Dean Kay Crecelius will report on upcoming festivals, fairs and competitions.

In old business, the board will consider approval of the revised academic calendar.

The meeting is open to the public.

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