The Trenton Building and Nuisance Board will meet prior to the Trenton City Council meeting at the Trenton City Hall Monday, October 22nd.
The Building and Nuisance Board will review 13 properties at its meeting at 6 o’clock that evening. That review includes four properties for the declaration of a nuisance, six for a public hearing, two for findings of fact, and one for a certificate of existence of a dangerous building. The agenda also includes 2018-2019 demolition as well as updates on current structures and nuisances.
The Trenton City Council will consider six ordinances Monday night at 7 o’clock. Several ordinances would approve agreements and a supplemental agreement.
Those agreements are with Advanced Environmental Testing and Abatement, Incorporated for asbestos abatement, the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for the Airport Improvement Program, and the Missouri Department of Transportation for a street light at the intersection of Highway 6 and Iowa Boulevard.
The supplemental agreement is with Olsson Associates for consulting services on aviation project construction. Other ordinances would authorize the purchases of real estate owned by Rick Hull as successor trustee of the James M. McCarty Trust Agreement and real estate owned by Gloria J. Coffman.
New business on the City Council agenda includes discussion of bids for breaker and relay testing, scrap metal, a fire training tower, lime sludge removal, fire department window replacement, and scrap from the old asphalt plant.
Also on the agenda is a discussion of an economic development discounted electric rate for a business; cash reserve policies for electric, water, and wastewater; the next meeting; and a proposal for the south end of the hangar at the airport.
A closed session is also planned.