At Tuesday's Fulton City Council meeting, the council will hear a request from Fulton Rotary Club and discuss a few new items.
Stephanie Vollmer will speak to the council on behalf of Fulton Rotary. The group is requesting the partial closure of Court Street on April 15 from noon-3 p.m. for a car, Jeep and bike show event. This area will also be the end location of Rotary's Poker Run event.
Court Street from the city hall parking lot entrance to the intersection of 2nd Street would be closed for the duration of the event.
Tamara Tateosian, Callaway County Chamber of Commerce executive director, will speak to the council and provide a quarterly update for the Chamber.
Mayor Lowe Cannell will present a proclamation to recognize women's history month.
One resolution is on the meeting's agenda. This resolution would authorize the Mayor to extend the current contract with Fulton's Housing Authority. This would be for the provision of supplemental police services, and would not exceed two months.
One bill will have a first reading at the meeting. This bill would reclassify a tract of land at 2011 King Carter Blvd. A public hearing will also be held at the meeting for this rezoning.
Two bills will have second and final readings. The first bill is related to animal control officer in the city code, and the other bill would authorize the Mayor to sign the necessary documents to apply for a Missouri Department of Transportation application for federal/state assistance. This would be for project design for the airport runway lighting project.
The meeting will begin Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.