Scott City council action
Tuesday, August 2, 2005
* The council opened sealed bids for the closure of the Illmo sewage lagoon. Bootheel Excavation submitted a bid for $156,200 and Heartland Application and Equipment submitted a bid for $151,449. The council did not act on the bids.
n The council passed 6-0 a resolution approving ASA Asphalt's bid of $42 per ton for street paving. The bid was made for $71,982 total, which could change as more small paving projects could be added. Councilmen John Crail and Jeff Curnell were absent.
* The council passed 6-0 a resolution granting the dedication of streets and easements for the Northfield Subdivision. Mayor Pro Tem Robert Tyler presided over the vote since Mayor Tim Porch is one of the subdivision developers.
* The council passed 5-1 an ordinance zoning the abandoned Helene Street north of Mary Street and south of Bridge Street as C-1 for commercial use. The section of street had been abandoned by the city and deeded to James, Elizabeth and David Messmer for development purposes. Ward III Councilman Tyler voted against the ordinance.
* The council voted 6-0 to approve the purchase of a new police cruiser for $15,647.