The Sedalia City Council will begin Tuesday evening with a pre-council meeting. Click to hear KMZU’s Kristie Cross talk to City Administrator Gary Edwards:
“During the pre-council meeting, there will be a quarterly update from Olsson Associates on where they are regarding the large sewer project,” said Edwards,” Another presentation will be given on the status of our research into the cost and logistics involved with installing surveillance cameras near the railroad so that we will know where trains are during the construction of the Washington Street bridge renovation and emergency vehicles will know which crossings not to use.”
Once in regular session, council will consider bids for the purchase of a 100′ platform aerial fire truck estimated at $835,000. They are also expected to reject bids for 41 mobile radios and approve a change order for the Heber Hunt Safe Routes to School Project.
In new business, members will review and consider approval of an agreement between the city and B&P Excavating for an improvement project at the intersection of State Fair Boulevard and ProEnergy Boulevard. They will also take into consideration an agreement with the Sedalia Area Chamber of Commerce in which the city would pay $4,800 to cover funding of the organization until funding becomes available from the tourism tax.
The last item on the agenda will be the consideration of an agreement with Stifel, Nicolaus, and Company, Inc. for the firetruck, the Washington St. Bridge contract, and a potential library project.
The pre-council session will begin at 6:00 and will be followed by the regular session at 7:00 in council chambers.