Local News: Jackson Board of Aldermen Agenda 6-6-22 (6/6/22)


Mayor and Board of Aldermen for the City of Jackson

Regular meeting

6 p.m. Monday

Adoption of the agenda

* Motion adopting the agenda of the regular meeting

Approval of minutes

* Motion to approve the minutes of the regular meeting of May 16

Financial affairs

* Motion approving the payment of semi-monthly invoices

Action Items

Electricity, Light and Water Committee

* Motion accepting the City of Jackson’s 2021 Annual Audit Report, as prepared by Beussink, Hey, Roe and Stroder LLC of Jackson.

*Motion accepting proposal from CK Power of St. Louis in the amount of $7,735.50 to provide services under the Generator Services Program for Water Supply Well #4 at 580 N. Union Ave.

* Bill proposing an order authorizing a contractual agreement with CK Power, relating to the generator services program for water supply well No. 4, at 580 N. Union Ave.

*Motion accepting proposal from CK Power of St. Louis in the amount of $7,735.50 to provide services under the Generator Services Program for Water Supply Well #6 at 1149, Nell Green Street.

* Bill proposing an ordinance authorizing a contractual agreement with CK Power, relating to the generator services program for water supply well No. 6 at 1149 Nell Green St.

Street, Sewer and Cemetery Committee

* Motion to change the date of the ordinary meeting and study session of the College of Aldermen from July 4 at 6 p.m. to July 5, on the occasion of Independence Day.

* Motion to allow the sale of intoxicating liquor, malt liquor (beer) and non-intoxicating beer at the BackStoppers Backyard BBQ fundraising event, to be held October 1 at Pavilion No. 1 on Parkview Street at Jackson City Park, as submitted by Marc Ashby.

*Motion approving Cape Girardeau’s BOLD Marketing proposal in the amount of $10,163 for the provision of services under the 2022 Wastewater Bonds Education and Awareness Strategy.

* Bill proposing an order approving a contractual agreement with BOLD Marketing, relating to the provision of services under the 2022 Wastewater Bonds Education and Awareness Strategy.

*Motion accepting offer from Bootheel Exteriors LLC of Bertrand, Missouri, in the amount of $750 per event, to provide services under the City Park Mowing Services Program.

* Bill proposing an ordinance authorizing a contractual agreement with Bootheel Exteriors LLC, relating to the municipal park mowing services program.

Citizen contribution not on the agenda

Information items

* Mayor’s report

* Board member reports

* City Attorney’s Report

* Report by city administrator

* Discussion of future agenda items

Executive session

Motion to have an executive session. Litigation, personnel and property purchase. Authority is Section 610.021 and 610.022, Missouri Revised Statutes, as amended.

New Council

Administer the oath of office to newly elected

* The mayor appoints the chairman and members of the electricity, light and water committee

* The mayor appoints the chairperson and members of the street, sewer and cemetery committee

* The mayor appoints the president of the college of aldermen

* The mayor appoints members of various councils, committees and positions

Discussion points in study session

1) Circle Fiber Project Update — Kevin Cantwell, Big River Communications

2) Telephone and Internet Services Program — Request for Qualifications

3) I-55 Electrical Substation Construction Project – Submission of Bids

4) I-55 Electrical Substation Transmission and Distribution Line Project – Submission of Bids

5) East Main Street Sidewalk Project — MoDOT Transportation Alternatives Program Grant Opportunity

6) Jackson Walk Update! Program

7) Update on US bailout funds

8) Elements already deposited

9) Additional items (unspecified)

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