Duck hunting will be discussed again Monday by the Higginsville Board of Aldermen. Click to hear KMZU’s Bob Allen talk with Higginsville City Administrator Lee Barker:
Barker says the utility committee spoke with a group interested in reopening the topic at a meeting last month. The committee will be a proposal to the board to change the water-fowl hunting hours as a compromise between hunters and fishermen.
A representative from MIRMA will be on hand to award a risk management grant to the city. Barker says the grant will be used by several departments to upgrade the technology used to keep residents safe in case of an emergency.
Barker says they will also be looking at preparations for two holiday events. The chamber of commerce has approached the board about closing main street for two parades, one in November and one in December.
The board convenes at 7:30 in Council Chambers in City Hall.