The Leadington Board of Aldermen and the Farmington Board of Education will both hold meetings tonight.
Leadinton Board of Aldermen
The Leadington Board of Aldermen will meet in regular session at 6 p.m. at city hall, located at 12 Weir St.
According to the tentative agenda, the board will be discussing the right-of-way along U.S. 67 and a Missouri Conservation grant. In new business, items to be covered include the Woodlawn/Taum Sauk Project, a public hearing recommendation, police Taser instructor training, the MML Legislative Conference, Memorial Day volunteers and the February meeting date.
Ordinances being considered include one on the general penalty for violation and another dealing with the election.
The meeting will be open to the public.
Farmington Board of Education
The Farmington Board of Education will meet in regular session at 5 p.m. at the district’s administration building.
During the information portion of the evening, the board will recognize the candidates for three chairs that will be open during the April 4 election.
The board will hear from Mark Krause, the business operations manager, with an update on bond issue projects and from Wade Welch with Hoener Associates for an update on architect projects in the district.
Also on the agenda, the board will be asked to approve the course description guide for the high school so scheduling may begin for the following school year.
Finally, during the communication portion of the meeting, the board will recognize the Heartland Hero from both Roosevelt Elementary and Lincoln Intermediate. In addition, the board will also recognize Lincoln’s Featured Teacher.
The meeting will be held at the school district’s administration building at 1022 Ste. Genevieve Ave. The meeting is open to the public.