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story.lead_photo.caption The Holts Summit Board of Alderman’s monthly meeting is still scheduled to occur as planned at 6 p.m. Tuesday. File photo

The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen will meet 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Holts Summit Municipal Center and via Zoom to discuss procurements and adopting a budget for 2021. The meeting will include some new precautions due to COVID-19.

The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services said Monday that Missouri is averaging 3,650 new cases a day over the past week. There are 673 current active COVID-19 cases in Callaway County as of Monday afternoon, according to the Callaway COVID-19 website.

Due to these numbers, the City will have three Board of Alderman members in attendance as well as the City Clerk and City Attorney for those that wish to participate in the live meeting. Attendants are required to wear face masks and practice socially-distanced seating.

The agenda will be the same as last week's schedule. Members will continue discussion on Section 38-216 of the City Code pertaining to city streets, adding a new section pertaining to windshields, and entering into an ordinance with Blue Valley Safety Inc. for the maintenance of the emergency warning system.

In new business, the Board will discuss amending section 2-499 of the City Code pertaining to procurements, and discuss adopting a budget for the next calendar year.

During the discussion portion, the aldermen will discuss a request for funds for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, a contract with Aramark — which provides food service, facilities and uniform services to hospitals, universities, and businesses — and the sale of an asset.

The revised agenda shows there will be a closed session meeting at the end if approved by a majority vote of the aldermen members.

The full agenda and link/information for the Zoom meeting can be found on their Facebook page.

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