The Fulton City Council will discuss the city budget during its regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the council chambers in the upper level of Fulton City Hall, 18 E. Fourth St.
Board members will hear from Anna Zerr on behalf of the Kingdom Christian Academy who will be requesting a fee waiver for Memorial Pavilion for a 5K fundraiser on Saturday, December 4, 2021.
Under the consent agenda, the board has a request of approval from Janet Trowbridge for the annual Fulton High School Homecoming Parade to be held Friday, October 1 at 3 p.m. as well as one from Barb Deville for the annual Fulton Jaycees Christmas Parade to be held Saturday, December 4 at 1 p.m.
Councilmen Jeff Stone will present a resolution authorizing Fulton Mayor Lowe Cannell on behalf of the City of Fulton to sign all necessary documents in relation to a contract with HDR Engineering Inc. of Lee's Summit for the 2021 Stinson Creek TMDL Implementation Negations Project.
The board will hear another resolution from councilman John Braun authorizing Mayor Cannell to make application and sign all necessary documents in relation to the Officer Safety Equipment and Technology Grant through the Missouri Department of Public Safety.
Councilman Alan Combs will present the last resolution that will allow Mayor Cannell to sign all necessary documents in relation to an agreement between the City of Fulton, the Mid-Missouri Regional Planning Commission and Crawford, Murphy and Tilly Inc. for zoning and code updates and modifications.
Council members will hear the first reading of an ordinance authorizing the mayor to sign all necessary documents in relation to a Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Fulton and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources for the continued implementation and maintenance of the Native Plants and Pollinators Pilot Project and establishing an effective date.
They will also hear a second reading of an ordinance fixing the tax rate and levying taxes for the calendar year of 2021, on all taxable property in the city of Fulton, and establishing an effective date.
Tuesday night's council meeting is open to the public and will be livestreamed at www.fultonmo.org or on the city's YouTube channel.