Marshall City Council to discuss equipment and police collective bargaining

| February 5, 2018
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City of Marshall Building

MARSHALL, Mo – The Marshall City Council will gather for a regular session Monday evening, February 5, 2018 that will include discussion of police collective bargaining.

Included on the agenda are various committee reports, including those from the Mayor and City Administrator.

There will be discussions and follow ups on a number of issues involving police car bids, as well as bids on a heavy duty truck, snowplow and a sand/salt rig.

Council will also hear from a local business requesting a liquor license and make a resolution recognizing the Fraternal Order Of Police as the bargaining representative of the Commissioned Police Officers of Marshall.

Council will gather in chambers at 6:00 p.m.

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