An ordinance involving false alarms was finalized at the Sedalia City Council meeting Tuesday night.

Click to hear KMZU’s Brad Hartman talk with Sedalia City Administrator Gary Edwards:

Gary Edwards

Edwards says, “The city has a high number of these alarms going off on a regular basis.”

Edwards says, “With the new ordinance businesses will be allowed to have up to three false alarms before they are fined.”

The council also heard a presentation from the Pioneer Trails Regional Planning Commission and approved a bid for a new police vehicle.

An agreement was also made with Pittsburgh Corning about a water evaporation issue.