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A woman who has worked behind the scenes of political campaigns will take her first shot as a candidate.
Sedalia 2nd Ward Councilwoman Lauretta Emerson says that newly re-elected Mayor Pro Tem Susan Daniels broke an agreement to relinquish the position to her.
The Sedalia City Council is expected to take up a rezoning request and an agreement with the State Fair for an annual fireworks display at its meeting Monday.
During its regular meeting today, the Sedalia City Council will vote to approve a proposal for a tree inventory of about 1,800 trees in the public right of way.
An audit of the 2012 city finances showed the city is in good standing after the Sedalia City Council heard a presentation from certified public accountants during its pre-meeting Monday.
During a short meeting Monday, the Sedalia City Council approved a bid for 20 new computers for city staff.
A new hangar for the Sedalia Regional Airport will be up for discussion during the Sedalia City Council work session today.
The Sedalia City Council on Tuesday lent its approval to a request by the police department to revive sobriety checkpoints and agreed to pursue an easement on state-owned land for the proposed fire station expansion.
The Sedalia City Council will consider three municipal law enforcement ordinances and review bids for the third phase of City Hall renovations during its meeting Monday.
The Sedalia City Council will take up four ordinances on Monday for sewer improvement projects needed to comply with the state consent order to fix the sewer system.
The Sedalia City Council met Thursday to review a proposal for engineering work and studies to prepare for a host of sewer system improvement projects, revisions to a waste hauling ordinance and the results from a recent air quality study.
James Vaught’s Jan. 29 letter seems to hold the Sedalia City Council responsible for the decision made by Goody’s department store chain to close its stores. Vaught posits the premise that if councilmen hadn’t worked to see Goody’s locate a store here, the Sedalia Crossings shopping area would not have come into being, thereby forestalling the possibility of the store’s eventual closing. He also maintains that the new “throw-away buildings” in the shopping area could also have been avoided.
Four candidates filed paperwork Tuesday morning at City Hall to run for three of the five council seats up for election on April 7.
The Sedalia City Council heard a presentation on its 2008 audit at its work session prior to the council meeting at City Hall on Monday.
The Sedalia City Council took its first steps Tuesday at analyzing problems with employee pensions.
Sedalia firefighters will soon have replacements for outdated breathing equipment.
The Sedalia City Council is scheduled to meet in committee meetings at 6:50 p.m. Monday at City Hall.
The Sedalia City Council expects to give employees a 3-percent raise, buy land and continue downtown streetscaping and establish a composting center in the new fiscal year.
The Sedalia City Council will have a work session Monday in the mayor’s conference room in the Municipal Building, 200 S. Osage Ave.
The Sedalia City Council is expected to set a lower rate for 2007 real estate and personal property taxes.
Sedalia Director of Public Works Bill Beck, right, speaks to Sedalia City Council members, city staff and their guests Monday evening at the Southeast Wastewater Plant during a citywide tour of public works facilities that included stops at the plant, the city maintenance shop, the street department and the compost site. City Administrator Gary Edwards said the tour, the first in a series planned through the summer, are meant to serve as a briefing for council members. “This is a way to demonstrate what is going on with city government and how we do our job,” Edwards said. During the stop at the wastewater plant, one of three that serve Sedalia, Beck detailed some $5 million in upgrades at the facilities including emergency power generators, new air circulation blowers and an ultraviolet light water treatment system.
The Sedalia City Council will hold a work session on Monday to discuss a possible smoking ban ordinance for the city.
Spring is here, but during its meeting on Monday the Sedalia City Council will focus on snow as it votes to approve several winter weather-related ordinances.
During its meeting today the Sedalia City Council will vote to approve changes in several ordinances dealing with the city’s Perpetual Cemetery Fund.