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City Council Agenda
Monday, December 11, 2017
7:00 P.M.
200 S. Holden
Warrensburg, MO  64093  

1.
6:30P.M.

Work Session

1.I.
2.
7:00P.M.

Call to Order Regular City Council Meeting

3.

Roll Call

4.

Approval of City Council Minutes

4.I.

City Council minutes

5.

Adoption of Agenda

6.

Presentation

6.I.

Community Survey Results Presentation

Representatives of ETC Institute will be presenting
7.

1st/2nd Reading Ordinance

7.I.

Ordinance to Approve the Final Plat of Awesome Blossoms Addition

An Ordinance Approving and Accepting a Final Plat of Awesome Blossoms Addition, a Subdivision in the City of Warrensburg, Missouri, Located at 212 N. Holden Street

Presenting: Barbara Carroll, Director of Community Development

7.II.

Network Switch and Wireless Project

An ordinance approving the City Manager to execute a contract with Infinitech for the Network Switch and Wireless Project

Presented by Jim Kushner/Gary Swanson  IT Department

8.

Other Business

8.I.

Property and Liability Insurance Renewal

A Resolution of the Council of the City of Warrensburg Accepting a Proposal Prepared by Mike Keith Insurance for Property, Liability and Cyber Insurance for 2018

Matthew Lue Presenting
8.II.

Approval to Send Letter to MODOT Requesting Annexation of Route 13 ROW

Authorizing the Mayor to Request MoDOT Petition the City to Annex a Portion of Route 13 Right-of-Way North of Highway 50

Presenting: Barbara Carroll, Director of Community Development
9.

Appearances to the Council not listed on the Agenda

10.

Miscellaneous Matters from the Mayor and/or City Council

12.

Director of Finance Report

13.

Closed Session

The City Council will meet in the Southeast Conference Room, upstairs at 102A South Holden, Warrensburg, for Executive Session

Call to Order

Roll Call permanent

Vote to close part of this meeting pursuant to Section 610.021 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri, relating to:

 (1)      Legal actions, causes of action or litigation involving the City and any confidential or privileged communication between the City and its representatives and its attorneys.

(2)     Leasing, purchase or sale of real estate where public knowledge might adversely affect the amount paid in the transaction.

(3)    Hiring, firing, disciplining or promoting of particular employees by a public governmental body when personal information about the employee is discussed or recorded.

(12)   Documents or any documents related to a negotiated contract until a contract is executed, or all proposals are rejected.

(13)  Individually identifiable personnel records, performance ratings or records pertaining to employees or applicants for employment