City Council To Consider Purchase Of Property and Equipment
The Chillicothe City Council will consider the purchase of a piece of property, a paver for the Street Department, and a request to donate a fire truck to the museum as part of Monday’s City Council meeting. The council meets at 6:30 pm at the CMU office.
The agenda begins with the consideration of bids for a new paver for the Street Department. The council will consider the engineering contract for the playground work at Simpson Park.
The Mayor will have a recommendation to fill an opening on the Chillicothe Board of Public Works.
City Administrator Darin Chappell will lead several discussions, including a request from Grand River Historical Society requesting the fire truck on loan from the city be donated to the museum, a discussion on including hearing aids in the health insurance benefits, the work release agreement with the Missouri Department of Corrections.
Chappell will lead a discussion and present an ordinance for the purchase of property from Scrap-All.
He will also have a presentation for the Chillicothe street Assessment Program and a proposed Street Plan.
An executive session is planned to follow the regular meeting.