The Fulton City Council will discuss an increase in gas rates during its regular meeting at 7:00 p.m. tomorrow night in council chambers in the upper level of Fulton City Hall (18 E. Fourth St.).
The council will also discuss the planning and protective services fee proposals, as well as alcohol at the Legends Rec-Plex.
Under the Consent Agenda, members will hear a presentation from Lin Diekamp for approval of the annual Callaway County CROP Hunger Walk to take place on Sunday, October 10. They will also appoint Carl Brauner to the Historic Preservation Commission for a three-year term, as well as Larry Doyle Jr. and Brenna Gough to the Park Board for a three-year term.
Council members will hear five resolutions, the first two would authorize Fulton Mayor Lowe Cannell to sign all necessary documents in relation to contracts, one with Guardian Environmental Services LLC for asbestos inspection services and another with Mid-Missouri Regional Planning Commission in relation to the Community Development Block Grant Residential Demolition Project.
The third resolution would allow the mayor to to sign all necessary documents in relation to a contract with Christensen Construction Company, of Kingdom City, for the Tenth Street Cold Milling and Asphalt Overlay Project.
The fourth would authorize him to sign all necessary documents in relation to the Body-Worn Camera Policy and Implementation Program to Support Law Enforcement Agencies Grant through the Department of Justice.
The last is a resolution approving a project of the Industrial Development Authority of Callaway County for Westminster College.
The council will hear the second reading of an ordinance that would amend Chapter 94, Article IV, in the city code that pertains to the storage, collection and disposal of solid waste. The bill would repeal certain sections in regard to service charges and replace them with new ones.
Council members will hear the second reading of an ordinance that would authorize amendments to the city budget for the fiscal year 2020 in regard to financial procedure and the transfer of appropriations.
Tomorrow night's council meeting is open to the public and will also be livestreamed at www.fultonmo.org or on the city's YouTube channel.