A rail spur expansion for a local business can only move ahead once Chillicothe commits resources and the Forest Park Cemetery continues to be a hot button issue for locals with loved ones buried there.
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Part of the agenda has allotted time for Joe McLiney to brief council on Phase III of the Power Plant Project and Westbrook & Co. will present the 2015 report on city proceedings and accounts.
A wrong date was placed on a previous furlough order setting up conflicting obligations for the prosecuting attorney.
The 18-year-old Liberty resident was on the I-35 Southbound off-ramp to Parvin Rd. about 1:30 a.m. Saturday when an unidentified mechanical failure forced his vehicle off the roadway.
The 27-year-old allegedly admitted to having over 200 gigs of child porn on his home computer during the investigation.
Richmond leaders heard from advocates wanting a change to a local pet ordinance. Council also approved work to stripe parking lots and right of ways in the downtown district during the brief Tuesday session.
The 81-year-old rider was westbound on private property when the ATV struck a fence and rolled. He was transported to Centerpoint Medical Center.
Everything from a CDBG proposal to the 6-month review of the police department was part of the regular session Monday evening
Reports from standing committees, the mayor and city administrator will be part of the agenda that will feature discussion of a bid for pavement management and striping.