MARSHALL, Mo. — The Marshall City Council is scheduled to gather for a regular meeting Monday evening.

A tentative agenda indicates that committee reports will be followed by reports from the city administrator and mayor.

A resolution to encourage Marshall citizens to learn more about Proposition D, which would see the implementation of a two-and-a-half cents per year sales tax increase to be gradually phased in over four years. The revenues from the tax would be used for highway infrastructure improvements as well as for funding for the Missouri Highway Patrol.

A number of ordinances will be considered, including for contracts between the city, public works department and PAR Electrical; as well as between the city and Marshall Philharmonic Orchestra and for the Marshall-Saline Development Corporation.

Any other council business will be considered before the meeting is adjourned.

Monday’s meeting of the Marshall City Council is slated to begin at 6:00 p.m. at the Marshall City Office Building.