Several items are on the agenda for a meeting of the Trenton City Council Monday night, September 24th.
Topics include discussion regarding an electric rate study and a policy for Trenton Municipal Utilities operating funds, discussion concerning the Green Hills animal nutrition building, approval of demolition of structures, an asbestos abatement bid, and discussion regarding the disposal of a 1985 platform fire truck.
The council is to consider a resolution expressing the city’s support of the Main Street approach for local downtown revitalization which is an effort to stimulate economic development and preservation of downtown Trenton.
Several ordinances are on the agenda for Monday night’s meeting including the approval of an abbreviated agreement with Client and Lamp, Rynearson and Associates doing business as Larkin, Lamp, and Rynearson for waterline improvements on 8th, 9th, and Kumler streets in Trenton. Another ordinance is to approve a change order agreement with Burns and McDonnel Engineering for changes in a progressive design-build agreement involving water and wastewater projects.
The council is to consider an ordinance approving an agreement with Asplundh Tree Expert LLC for tree trimming around electric lines. An ordinance on the agenda would approve an agreement with the Missouri Department of Conservation for the purchase of two Promatic trap machines. Other ordinance to be considered involves the release of all interest in the plat known as the Crimson Heights subdivision in Trenton.
The 7 o’clock meeting at Trenton City Hall also has various reports on the agenda as well as time for any public comments.