RICHMOND, Mo. — The Richmond City Council will hold their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday night.
A tentative agenda indicates that the meeting will consist of regular reports from standing committees, a report from Mayor Mike Wright as well as a report from Interim City Administrator Tonya William.
A number of items of new business will be considered, including a presentation from Henkel Technologies about the Relay For Life. Council is also expected to select an auditor for the city.
An ordinance to amend the budget for the 2017 fiscal year will also be taken into consideration.
In addition, Council will discuss the purchase of K-Lift Station Pump, switching their telephone and internet services. Finally, an estimate from Eharas Services for grinding compost material at the city’s compost site will be given and taken under advisement.
The meeting will get under way Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at Richmond City Hall.