CARROLLTON, Mo. – The Carrollton City Council gathered for a light agenda Monday, October 19, 2015 at City Hall.
The meeting included a proposed ordinance to sign a lease with Winfield U.S. LLC transferring from United Supplier. Employee Michelle Mathis explains why.
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The ordinance was approved unanimously by council.
A bid was also accepted by council to purchase car ports to protect UV lights at the wastewater plant. The winning bid was from Keith’s MFA for a total of $1,881.00.
Carrollton leaders also heard from a local business that offers wireless internet services, providing a “multiple carrier model” to support local business.
Tony Holland, President of KC Coyote, explains the benefits.
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Mr. Holland says they want to put a second fiber cable tap at the Carrollton Fire Station to provide the highly available network in the county. He asked city leaders to consider the request with the offer of providing the service to the city as part of a long term lease. Council indicated they would consider the offer.
The Carrollton City Council will gather again Monday, November 2, 2015 at 6 p.m.
To learn more about the community of Carrollton, log onto the city’s website.