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News : Preview Of Tonight's Trenton City Council Meeting
Posted by Randy on 2014/8/11 9:50:02 (457 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton City Council agenda for a meeting tonight includes public requests by Jonathan Simpson to talk about Trenton Municipal rates, and, by Jennifer Hottes of Black Silo Winery regarding not being allowed to sell wine at the grandstand area during the North Central Missouri Fair.
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Councilman Jim Bush has asked the Council to discuss the sale of beer at the grandstands.

Bush also is asking the Council to consider repealing its July 28th vote---which called for the gates to be open to the reservoirs in western Trenton to allow easier access for fishing. As a result of that vote, the Trenton Board of Public Works, the next night, asked TMU Director, Chad Davis, to develop a list of what needs to be done to make that area more secure---and the cost.

Other items on the Trenton City Council agenda for Monday night include an ordinance granting a conditional use permit to allow Mark Ledbetter to attach a 4 by 8 foot business sign on his house at 1618 Mable Street. The request was approved by the Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission during a meeting Monday night.

The Council is to consider an ordinance authorizing a power pole replacement agreement with RS Electric Utility Services. The Trenton Board of Public Works last week approved a bid from RS Electric Utility Services of St. Joseph to replace poles for a North 69 kilovolt line at a cost of nearly $224,000. It was the lowest of bid among 3 received. The construction project requires final action by the Trenton City Council.

The Trenton City Council, during its July 14th meeting, approved an ordinance requiring owners of rental properties to provide the code enforcement officer with their name, address, and address of each rental property. The requirement is effective October 1st. The Trenton Council, Monday night, is to consider a fine of at least $100 if a property is not registered by October 1st.

The Trenton City Council is scheduled to have a closed session regarding personnel.

Council meetings also typically have several reports from Councilmen, the Mayor, and City Administration.

The Trenton City Council meeting is Monday night at 7 o'clock at City Hall.

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