Neosho City Council will hold the first reading of a bill to accept the results of the April 5 election and will finalize the ordinance by holding the second and third readings under emergency measure to open Tuesday’s 7 p.m. meeting in council chambers of city hall, 203 E. Main St.

Neosho City Council will hold the first reading of a bill to accept the results of the April 5 election and will finalize the ordinance by holding the second and third readings under emergency measure to open Tuesday’s 7 p.m. meeting in council chambers of city hall, 203 E. Main St.
The current council will adjourn so oath of office can be conducted to newly elected council members William Doubek and Ben Baker. The new council will elect a mayor, replacing Richard Davidson, and mayor pro tem. Davidson still will be on council.
The new council will consider one bid submitted by the public works department for the 2016 street slurry seal project.
New business includes consideration of an auctioneering services agreement, vacation of a portion of a road and utility lane easement, and an irrevocable consent for Sprint Street Developers.
Reports of city officers include March financials from the finance department and Alliance’s March report of the wastewater department.
Council solicits citizen involvement to fill open seats on boards, committees and commissions.