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Updated: Aug 12, 2020

Order of Agenda at the Mayor’s discretion

Note: Persons addressing the council with concerns, requests or proposals are asked to limit their time to five (5) minutes. If you do not state, at the time you ask to be put on the agenda, what you will be addressing with the council, a decision cannot be made and voted on by the council at this meeting.

  1. Call to Order

  2. Roll Call

  3. Approve Agenda

  4. CONSENT AGENDA: All items listed under the consent agenda will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Council Member requests separate consideration prior to the time Council votes on the motion. (Additions/corrections/approval/place on file) a. Minutes – July 8, 2020 Regular Mtg b. Bills approval c. Department Reports • Clerk Bank Reconciliation/Cash Report/Treasurer Report – July 2020 • Clerk Budget Reports – July 2020 • Deputy Clerk Utility Billing Reconciliation – July 2020 • Fire Report –July 2020 • Ambulance Report – July 2020 • Council Committee Reports – July 2020 ° Water/Sanitation ° Streets • Investment Report – 2nd Quarter

  5. Discussion/Possible Action – Boiler

  6. Discussion/Possible Action – City Hall Sidewalk

  7. Discussion/Possible Action – Chapter 77 Golf Carts and 78 Off Road Utility Vehicles

  8. Discussion/Possible Action – Municipal Pipe – Sanitary Sewer Project

  9. Discussion/Possible Action – Moving September council mtg from the 9th to 16th

  10. Discussion/Possible Action – Selling of the 2007 Simplicity mower, 1987 Ford F-150, Cushman 3-wheeler, and building

  11. Discussion/Action – Resolution No. 20-32 Authorizing FY20 Year End Transfer

  12. Discussion/Action – Resolution No. 20-33 Appointment of Deputy Clerk to City Clerk

  13. Discussion/Action – Resolution No. 20-34 Approving the Annual Street Finance Report

  14. Discussion/Possible Action – Purchase of Industrial Park lot

  15. Discussion/Action – Approve Appointment of Jane Bloodworth and Reappointments of Michael Nuss and Carol VanHove to the Historic Preservation Commission effective immediately and ending July 9, 2023

  16. Discussion/Action – Approve payment to Carrico Aquatic Resources for $13,627.09 for pool heater

  17. Discussion/Action – Approve payment to Servpro for $2531.10 for disinfecting Police Department/City Hall

  18. Discussion/Possible Action – Angela De La Riva, Hardin County Economic Development Director

  19. Discussion/Possible Action – CGA Report

  20. Franklin Street Bridge

  21. Sanitary Sewer Improvement Plan

  22. 2019 Watermain Project

  23. ADA Access City Hall

  24. Storm Sewer City Hall

  25. North Butler Street

  26. Public Works Department Comments

  27. City Clerk Comments

  28. Mayor & Council Comments

  29. Locator (Wessels)

  30. Gravel by Heritage Center from railroad (Mayor)

  31. Public Comments (State Name & Address, Limited to 5 minutes, Council cannot take action)

  32. Adjournment

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