Willow Springs City Council Issues Proclamation for Domestic Violence Month and Raises Utility Deposits

20160922_170628The Willow Springs City Council met Thursday night at City Hall, with all alderman present. The city council held an executive session to discuss personnel, legal issues and real-estate. That was followed by a regular open session at 5PM. Last month’s minutes, bills for payment, financial and departmental reports were approved in the consent agenda. Mayor Kim Wehmer read a proclamation to the Christos House for Domestic Violence month…

City Council also heard a report from Myles Smith on the Ozarks Development Corporation Industrial Park just outside Pomona…

Council also discussed an ordinance to increase the Utility Deposit, City Administrator Beverly Hicks explained the problem…

Council approved both the first and second readings of the ordinance to increase the deposit for renters from $175 to $350, landowners deposits would decrease from $175 to $150. In other business, city council heard a report from Administrator Hicks on the city of Mountain View rejoining MMMPEP (EM-pep) for wholesale electricity purchasing, discussed the job pay and requirements for the City Marshal’s position and set a budget meeting date for early in October and the next regular session later in the month.

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