Agenda for tonight’s Baldwin City Council meeting
The Baldwin City Council will have its regular meeting at 7:30 tonight at the American Legion Hall. Here's the agenda:
City of Baldwin City
Regular Meeting of the Governing Body
Monday, July 19, 2010 – 7:30 P.M.
American Legion/City Hall
I. Call to Order: The Hon. Ken Wagner
II. Public Comments and Questions
III. Consent Agenda: (All matters listed on the Consent Agenda are to be considered under one motion and will be enacted by one
motion. There is to be no separate discussion on any Consent Agenda Item. If discussion is desired by an elected official of the City on any
Consent Agenda item, then that item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered separately).
A. Consider the draft minutes of the July 6, 2010 Regular Meeting
B. Consider Appropriation Ordinance No. 2010-7B: claims against the City for goods
provided and services rendered.
C. Consider re-appointment of Jeff Dingman as the city’s representative to the KMGA
Board of Directors for a two-year term beginning on September 1, 2010.
IV. Committee/Commission Reports or Presentations
A. As available.
V. Special Reports or Presentations
VI. Unfinished Business
VII. New Business
A. Consider the first reading of an ordinance establishing overtime compensation policies
for police officers.
VIII. Discussion Items from Council Members or Staff (not for action at this time)
IX. Schedule & Announcements (upcoming meetings & events)
A. Community Development Committee: 4pm, July 20 @ City Hall
B. Council budget work session, 6pm, July 20 @ Public Works
C. Public Health & Safety Committee: TBD
D. Public Works/Utility Committee: TBD
X. Executive Session
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