New mayor to be sworn in Monday evening in Sedalia

| April 16, 2018
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SEDALIA, Mo. — A busy agenda is planned for Monday night’s meeting of the Sedalia City Council, including a swearing-in ceremony for new city officials, including Mayor-elect John Kehde.

An agenda posted Friday lists a number of items for discussion. Among them will be reports from the citizens’ traffic advisory commission and the planning and zoning commission.

A bid will be awarded for ballistic body armor vests and helmets for the Sedalia Police Department and approval to change an order amount from Septagon Construction Company for the new police department headquarters will be considered.

Council will consider the purchase of a Crafco Supershot 125D Melter crack sealer in the amount of $40,366.90 for use by the street department.

An ordinance relating to the sewer use charge system fees and incorporation of those fees into the city’s fee schedule will be brought forward before council considers approving a petition for the creation of a new Crossing Community Improvement District.

Ronald Williams is expected to be appointed to the housing authority board before adjournment.

Following adjournment, outgoing Municipal Judge Deborah Mitchell and outgoing Mayor Stephen Galliher will give remarks before new city officials, including Mayor-elect Kehde take the oath of office.

The meeting is slated to get underway at 7:00 p.m. Monday at the Sedalia City Hall.

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Brian Lock is a reporter, anchor and assignment editor for KMZU News.