CARROLLTON, Mo. – During the City Council meeting Monday, May 16, 2016, at Carrollton City Hall, council approved a change in traffic patterns and parking set ups at two different ball fields in town.
Carrollton Police Chief Robert Turner asked for these changes due to safety concerns and problems with traffic flow at the city park field north of 6th Street and the Martin Park ballfield at 3rd and Ely Streets.
McCumber Drive will be a southbound one way with three handicapped parking spots on the east side.
Council also approved a new animal control ordinance to put the town in compliance with state law. You can view that ordinance by clicking below.
Carrollton Police Sergeant Christopher Looney was present to explain a new liquor license ordinance designed to compensate for cuts to state resources ensuring liquor law compliance, especially alcohol sales to minors.
Council passed the ordinance and agreed to not have a registration fee for employees during the first year of the ordinance. If necessary a simple amendment will be added to require the fee.
Council also agreed to mark the first two parking spots on the east side of Folger St., just off the square, as temporary unloading zones for people making donations Tuesdays and Fridays between 8 a.m. and noon for H.E.L.P. Services.
The Carrollton City Council will gather again June 6, 2016 at 6 p.m.
Official information including minutes, agendas and ordinances may be obtained by contacting city hall. You can find that information at the city’s website.