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story.lead_photo.caption Paula Tredway/FULTON SUNThe Fulton City Council will read and discuss ordinances dealing with gas prices, elections and speed limits during its regular meeting at 7 p.m. today at Fulton City Hall, 18 E. Fourth St. Tonight’s council meeting is open to the public and will be livestreamed at www.fultonmo.org and on the city’s YouTube channel.

The Fulton City Council will read and discuss ordinances dealing with gas prices, elections and speed limits during its regular meeting at 7 p.m. today at Fulton City Hall, 18 E. Fourth St.

Under the consent agenda, board members will appoint Larry Doyle Jr. to the Tourism Board as the City/County Representative, as well as re-appoint Andrea Ravelo and Monique Jensen to the Tourism Board as City Representatives.

Councilman Ballard Simmons will read a resolution authorizing mayor Lowe Cannell of the behalf of the City of Fulton to sign all necessary documents and authorize expenditures in relation to long-term gas prices with Interstate Municipal Gas Agency for the term of 2024-28.

Council members will hear the second reading of two ordinances.

The first ordinance is for amending Section 110-248 on speed limits within the Fulton City Code by adding a street to be designed as a school zone and establishing an effective date.

The second ordinance is for amending Chapter 42 about elections by repealing certain legislation, enacting new legislation in lieu thereof and establishing an effective date.

Members will then hear a third reading of an ordinance adopting the official Budget and Capital Improvement Program and appropriating the funds of the city for the fiscal year beginning Jan. 1, 2022, and ending Dec. 31, 2022.

Tonight's council meeting is open to the public and will be livestreamed at www.fultonmo.org and on the city's YouTube channel.

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