Fulton City Council gave permission to Susan Krumm, on behalf of the Callaway 200, to hold the Callaway 200 Bicentennial Bash 5-9 p.m. Aug. 20.
Ward 2 councilwoman Mary Rehklau and Ward 3 councilman John Braun were not in attendance at the meeting.
Council members on Tuesday night also heard an update on the new Rec-Plex facility. To date, 61 memberships have been sold for a total of 145 individual members.
The council heard and advanced the first reading of one ordinance which authorizes Mayor Lowe Cannell to declare a tract of land located at 209 W. Ninth St. in Fulton to be surplus property, authorizing its distribution and establishing an effective date to a second reading at the next scheduled meeting.
There was also a second reading of three ordinances.
The first one reclassifies a tract of land located at 1205 Old Jefferson City Road in Fulton, and the second one reclassifies a tract of land located at 1140 U.S. 54 in Fulton and establishing an effective date for both.
The third ordinance would amend Appendix A, Section 4, on zoning in the city code, repealing certain regulations and enacting new ones, while establishing an effective date.
Council members heard the second readings, and decided to move the first ordinance to a third reading at the night's meeting and it passed 6-0. The second ordinance was moved forward for a third reading at the next meeting. The final ordinance was motioned to be read for the third time at the next meeting but did not pass with a 5-1 vote.
The council approved a resolution authorizing Cannell to sign all necessary documents in relation to the Patrick Leahy Bulletproof Vest Partnership Grant through the United States Department of Justice and establishing an effective date.
Council members also authorized the City of Fulton to execute a loan agreement with the Missouri Department of Natural Resource's Division of Energy for the purpose of financing certain wholesale electricity and/or natural gas costs incurred due to extraordinary prices from Feb. 10 - 20.
Members decided to continue further discussion on fee proposals in their next work session.
The council's next scheduled meeting is 6:30 p.m. June 22 at Fulton City Hall.