The Farmington City Council will meet in regular session tonight.
Among the items are a number of resolutions under the consent agenda up for council approval. The items include a resolution stating the city’s intent to submit a grant application for proposed Maple Street sidewalk project; appointment of Ward II Councilman John Crouch to Mineral Area Community Improvement District Board of Directors; and the appointment of Greg Hampton to the seat in Ward III formerly held by Darrel Holdman who moved from the ward.
Other resolutions include appointment of Ashlee Harris-Brauer as building commissioner for the city; first amendment to an architectural preservation grant agreement for property at 1 N. Jefferson St.; an Architectural Grant Agreement for property at 28 E. Columbia St. in the Karsch Boulevard/Downtown Tax Increment Financing District; approving and adopting the post offer and return to work policy; approving and adopting procurement card policy; approve and accept proposals from Visu-Sewer for rehab work at the north side life state and 2019 work in the Smith Subdivision; and a resolution authorizing the mayor to enter into and execute a restrictive covenant.
Items up for first and second reading and council action on the legislative agenda include ordinances to allow a special use permit at 71 Black Knight Dr. for telecommunications facility; designation of 28 E. Columbia St. as historic property; an agreement with MoDOT for installation of roadside flashers at Route H and Walter Street; as well as amending the municipal code under Building Code, Chapter 505 – Dangerous Buildings.
The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. in council chambers, located at 110 W. Columbia St. and is open to the public.