Mountain Grove City Council Approves Franchise Fee and Closes Streets To Trucks

The Mountain Grove City Council met in a short meeting at 6PM Tuesday night. After the meeting was called to order, minutes were approved and the court and police reports were reviewed by the Mountain Grove City Council had the second reading on a bill on a franchise agreement with Intercounty Electric…

The reading was approved for the second reading. City Council had the first reading of a bill restricting truck traffic on High, Thompson and Randal Streets. City Council had heard comments at a prior meeting about trucks damaging property when they got stuck in the residential areas on those streets after getting lost trying to find the Industrial Park…

Council approved the first reading, the bill will come up for a second reading at a future meeting. City Council then entered a closed executive session to discuss personnel.

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