The City of Boonville will enter into a managed service and hosting agreement with Infini Tech, Columbia, for all of its technology needs.

The City of Boonville will enter into a managed service and hosting agreement with Infini Tech, Columbia, for all of its technology needs.
Before, the city had a professional on staff, but now the council decided they would like to enter into an agreement with a technology firm. This has come about because their staffed professional resigned last month.
A multi-page contract was created to best meet the needs of both entities. A draft was provided to all council members at the Monday evening meeting.
A one-time setup fee of $6,000 will be entitled from the city, which then includes a monthly charge of $4,100.
A purchase of 4.27 acres of land behind the Boonville High School Sports Complex (football field) is in the works by city officials as the needed property will be used for soccer fields.
The speed limit on Bingham Road may soon be changed. Whereas there is a 30 miles per hour limit, it soon could be 40. This speed limit would be raised from the Main Street intersection on up to 11th Street. From 11th Street to Burnett Storage a speed limit of 45 MPH would be enforced. A speed limit of 55 MPH would be enforced on up to the city limit near I-70. A time frame on the speed limit change has not been officially defined.
The Street, Alley and Sanitation Board recommended making E. Walnut Streets between Main and Fourth Street a one way street. The council discussed this proposal on Monday, especially since the final direction of traffic has yet to be determined.