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Norton City Council Agenda December 5, 2018

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A G E N D A

December 5, 2018 — 5:30 p.m.

Please turn cell phone to silent/off prior to meeting.

Roll Call

Flag Salute / Invocation

Approve November 21, 2018 City Council meeting minutes

Building/Demolition Permits:

First United Methodist Church – $ 2,750 – Construct garage addition at 805 W. Wilberforce

Visitors:

Bret Shogren, George K. Baum Company – Discuss final project costs & property assessment on street project

Justine Benoit, N.W.K.P. & D.C. – Present Pay Request for CDBG Electric Grant project

Eric Hethcoat – Progress update on CDBG Electric Grant project

= QUESTIONS FROM THE PUBLIC =

OLD BUSINESS:

NEW BUSINESS:

Mayor Miller

Karen Griffiths – Planning Commission Meeting Report

Gerry Cullumber – Report on upcoming “Tip-a-Cop” Event

– Report on Police Officer’s approaching graduation from KLETC

– Request for Public Safety Committee meeting

James Moreau – Report on activity of city departments

Jerry Jones –

Dennis Gilhousen – Discuss Ordinance amending water tap fees

– Discuss Ordinance relating to electric utility point of delivery

– Utility Committee Meeting Report

Robert Bowman –

Chriss McDiffett –

Gary Lacy – Finance Committee Meeting Report

Ron Briery –

Darla Ellis – Consider 2019 Cereal Malt Beverage License Applications

ANY OTHER BUSINESS to come before the Council

COURT REPORT – 2nd Meeting of each month

PAY BILLS: — Appropriating Ordinance #23

UPCOMING MEETINGS / WORK SESSIONS:

December 4

Finance / Utility Committee Meeting

4:00 p.m.

December 5

City Council Meeting

5:30 p.m.

December 19

City Council Meeting

5:30 p.m.

December 24-25

Christmas Holiday

Office Closed

December ???

City Council Reconvenes for year-end business

??

January 21, 2019

Planning Commission Meeting

5:30 p.m.

COMMITTEE

Finance

Utility

Personnel

Public Safety

Parks

Public Works

Chairman:

Gary Lacy

Dennis Gilhousen

Robert Bowman

Ron Briery

Jerry Jones

Chriss McDiffett

Vice Chair:

Chriss McDiffett

Gary Lacy

Jerry Jones

Robert Bowman

Ron Briery

Dennis Gilhousen

Member

Dennis Gilhousen

Chriss McDiffett

Ron Briery

Jerry Jones

Robert Bowman

Gary Lacy

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