Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Friday, November 6, 2009
City of Ozark Missouri
|P.O. Box 295||Fax||417-581-0575|
BOARD OF ALDERMEN TENTATIVE MEETING AGENDA
MONDAY, November 16, 2009
12:00 P.M. BOARD OF ALDERMEN WORK SESSION
POSTED November 05, 2009 Ordinance #09-
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
APPROVAL OF THE MINUTES OF THE PREVIOUS MEETING(S):
REPORT ON QUESTIONS FROM PREVIOUS MEETING(S):
BILLS OPEN FOR PUBLIC DISCUSSION:
- BILLS REQUIRING A PUBLIC HEARING:
- FIRST READING BILLS:
- EMERGENCY BILLS:
- PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT BILLS (TAX BILLS):
- AMENDED BILLS:
SECOND READING AND FINAL PASSAGE OF BILLS. NO PUBLIC DISCUSSION. BOARD DISCUSSION ONLY:
REPORT OF OFFICERS, BOARDS AND COMMITTEES:
1. Administrative Committee: City Administrator Steve Childers-
1. Review Amendments to the 2010 Budget Wrap
Up Expenditures- Administrative, Police,
Streets, Municipal Court and Capital
- Visitor-Greg Williams, Connell Insurance.
Discuss Sub Contractor Agreements.
Project Manager Cara Jones-
- Update on RFQ Process.
- Departmental Goals and Accomplishments for 2009 and 2010.
- Review and Discussion of Compensation Analysis.
NEW BUSINESS/COUNCIL COMMENTS:
The tentative Agenda of this meeting may include a vote to close part of this meeting to discuss Litigation-Personnel-Real Estate pursuant to RSMO: 610-021 (1,2,3) and such other matters as may come before the Board.
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Thursday, November 5, 2009
As you may know, the board of aldermen are in the midst of budget discussions for 2010. Creating a budget is arguably the most important function of the board and can determine the whole atmosphere of a city for the following year. This is the time when your elected officials can truly represent and serve you by putting your tax dollars where you feel they need to go. Budget planning is always difficult, but in this time of economic distress deciding on priorities is all the more difficult.
CALL TO ACTION:
PLEASE call BOTH of your aldermen and the Mayor and let them know what your priorities for our city are in 2010.