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Council holds public hearing, regular session

The Farmington City Council will meet beginning at 6:30 p.m. today in council chambers, located at 110 W. Columbia St.

First on the tentative agenda for the council is a public hearing for an application by Robert Gierse for a historic property designation for 106 W. Columbia St. A first and second reading and council action on an ordinance for this designation is listed under legislative items on the tentative regular session agenda.

Also listed under legislative items is a second reading and council action on an amendment to the ordinance regarding school zone, amending to add a new definition of a school zone, as well as adding a section regarding the signage to indicate a zone as well as a new schedule of included zone areas.

One item listed under old business includes council action on a resolution for the city to enter into a contract with Redmond and Sons Excavation, as well as action on resolutions for an architectural preservation grant agreement for the property at 104 and 106 W. Columbia St., the appointment of members to serve on the Mineral Area Community Improvement District Board of Directors, a contract with Lead Belt Materials Co. Inc. for 2018 asphalt street improvements, a contract with Kingsland Concrete for new installation and removal and replacement of concrete curb, gutter and sidewalks, a lease agreement with Jeffery W. and Krista B. Bullock for property at 106 Aldergate and a resolution for the city to adopt the St. Francois County All-Hazard Mitigation plan.

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

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