At Tuesday's Fulton City Council meeting, the council will hold a public hearing to discuss the levy rate for property taxes and will discuss several resolutions.
A public hearing will be held "for the purpose of certifying the rate of levy for property taxes for the 2023 tax year" within Fulton city limits, the meeting agenda states.
The July director of administration report and the July financial statement will both be presented to the council.
Four resolutions are on the agenda for Tuesday's meeting.
The first resolution would authorize the mayor to enter into a contract with Twillman Construction Company, of Fulton, for grave excavation services.
The second resolution would authorize the mayor to sign the necessary documents for an amendment to the Burns and McDonnell Agreement, which relates to the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System Permit (NPDSEP).
The third resolution would authorize the mayor to sign the necessary documents for another amendment to the Burns and McDonnell Agreement. This amendment would relate to the Wastewater Collection System Evaluation Services (WCSES) associated with the Integrated Management Plan Project.
The final resolution for the meeting would state the city's intent to seek funding the Missouri Department of Transportation's (MODOT) Transportation Alternatives Program Grant. This resolution would also allow the mayor to "pursue activities in an attempt to secure funding," the agenda states.
One ordinance will have a first reading at Tuesday's meeting. The ordinance is for approval to add plat six to the Willow Creek subdivision.
One ordinance will have a second reading. The ordinance is to establish the tax rate and levying taxes for the 2023 calendar year. The rate would be $.5271 for each $100 of assessed valuation of taxable property in city limits.