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Neosho Daily News - Neosho, MO
  • Neosho City Council to met Tuesday

  • The second and final readings of an ordinance to approve a lease purchase transaction and the delivery of refunding certificates of participation to refinance the city’s lease obligations entered into in 2007 and 2010 for renovation of the municipal auditorium and the senior citizens center await Neosho City Council when that board meets Tuesday.
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  • The second and final readings of an ordinance to approve a lease purchase transaction and the delivery of refunding certificates of participation to refinance the city’s lease obligations entered into in 2007 and 2010 for renovation of the municipal auditorium and the senior citizens center await Neosho City Council when that board meets today.
    The council meets at 7 p.m. at the council’s chambers.
    Unfinished business also includes a review and discussion of city water and sewer adjustment policy. Council will consider one bid, for ladder 1 hydraulic cylinder repair for the fire department.
    In new business, council will hold the first reading on three bills:
    • Providing that the revenues and expenditures budget be amended for the current fiscal year for building inspections, development services, recycling, the senior center, and the airport.
    • Providing for the submission of a certain enumerated gross receipts tax to the voters of the city of Neosho in accordance with Article 10, Section 22 of the Constitution of the state of Missouri and providing for the language of the Proposition for such tax as described herein at the Nov. 4, 2014 general election.
    • And, procedures to report personal financial disclosure statements and conflicts of interest for certain municipal officers.
    Also, the council will consider approvals of:
    • The Joplin Humane society agreement;
    • The irrevocable consent to annexation and agreements submitted for properties located 14408 Kodiak Road, and at 13795/13799 Pella Lane;
    • Of legal services rendered on behalf of city clerk Nora Houdyshell, and of revising the open records policy and provide direction for current sunshine requests.
    Following the regular meeting, the council will move into closed, executive session for consideration of legal and personnel issues.

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