The Fulton City Council will hear from Tamara Tateosian, Executive Director of the Callaway Chamber of Commerce, about the organization's efforts throughout the year during tonight's meeting at Fulton City Hall, 18 E. Fourth St.
The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.
Board members will hear from representatives from the Fulton Police Department, who will request naming rights at the police department building, as well as representatives of the Futon Garden Club, who will request fee waivers for next year's Youth Arbor Day Celebration.
The board will then hear from representatives from Great River Engineering, who will provide an update on the Second Street Bridge AID Grant Project.
There will also be an update on the Legends Rec-Plex facility and Smart Grid.
Councilman Alan Combs will read a resolution authorizing mayor Lowe Cannell on the behalf of the City of Fulton to enter into an agreement with the Callaway Chamber of Commerce of Fulton for services to be rendered in 2022 and establishing an effective date.
Councilman Bob Washington will also read a resolution authorizing mayor on the behalf of the City of Fulton to sign all necessary documents in relation to the Assistance to Firefighters Grant and authorizing the city's monetary match.
Members will hear the first reading of an ordinance authorizing the mayor on behalf of the City of Fulton to execute all necessary documents in relation to the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission Amendment to State Block Agreement regarding project number 19-040A-2.
They will also hear a first reading of another ordinance amending Chapter 110 Traffic and Vehicles on parking on certain streets prohibited or limited by prohibiting stopping, standing and parking on portions of Addalynn Drive, Commons Loop and E. Seventh Street, and establishing an effective date.
The last first reading is regarding a resolution authorizing the mayor on behalf of the City of Fulton to execute an agreement with the City of Holts Summit for animal shelter services, to sign all necessary documents in relation to said agreement and establishing an effective date.
Members will then hear a third reading of an ordinance amending Section 110-248 on speed limits within the Fulton City Code by adding a street to be designated as a school zone and establishing an effective date.
Then, a third reading of an ordinance amending Chapter 42 about elections by repealing certain legislation, enacting new legislation in lieu thereof and establishing an effective date.
Tonight's council meeting is open to the public and will be livestreamed at www.fultonmo.org and on the city's YouTube channel.