An agreement with Ray County regarding the confinement of prisoners will be discussed at Tuesday’s City Council meeting in Richmond. Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with City Administrator Ron Brohammer:
Brohammer said the proposed changes would cost the City about $2,000 per year. “The Ray County Jail houses prisoners for the City of Richmond if we have occasion to put someone in behind bars,” said Brohammer, “We have a contract with them. They’re raising their price over what it has been. It’s ben $25 a day for men and $30 for women, and they’re raising it $5 each, to $30 for men and $35 for women.”
A resolution establishing a fire cadet program will be considered. Council has already approved the insurance fee, and Brohammer said several youth have expressed interest.
Council is also expected to consider a Richmond Police Department grant request to MoDOT. If the dpartment gets the grant, they could receive about $4,000 to put more of the force out on the road at certain times.
A work session will be held at 5:30. A presentation about re-financing the municipal complex will be held.
The regular session will start at 6:30 in Council Chamber.