The Boonville City Council will meet Monday to discuss amending the 2018-2019 fiscal year budget and providing funding to local agencies.
The council will review this amended budget for the first time June 4, but won’t vote until the June 18 meeting. Under the revised budget, $100,000 would be added to wastewater system improvements. If the new budget passes, Boonville’s total capital projects budget will be $4,371,000.
The council will also take a first look at the local agency funding recommendations. A committee, selected by the mayor, heard presentations from local non-profits requesting money. The city will give a total of $65,800 to local organizations. The final decisions will also be made during the June 18 meeting.
Monday’s meeting will start with council members reviewing $937,558.47 worth of spending on the consent agenda. This includes a pay request from Byrne and Jones Construction for $757,848.47 for soccer turf installation. Byrne and Jones Construction signed a contract with the city for $2,988,000. As the soccer complex installation has progressed, the city has raised its project budget to $3,020,053.85. The council also will review a payment request from Lehman Construction for $179,710.20 for wastewater treatment facility improvements. Lehman Construction signed a contract worth $2,195,102, and has until Nov. 2 to finish the work.
The council also will discuss awarding a $86,485.15 bid to Kansas City-based Vance Brothers for asphalt pavement seals. Additionally, council members will decide whether to award a $119,656 bid for additional soccer goals from Sportsfield Specialties. Regulation-size goals are included in the Byrne and Jones contract, so this bid would purchase smaller, children’s goals for the new soccer complex.
Alliance Water Resources, Boonville’s water and wastewater operation manager, will give a presentation to the council on their activity over the last month. This will include detailed reports from Missouri’s Department of Natural Resources about the city’s drinking water quality.
The council will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, June 4 in the City Council Chambers. The meeting will also be livestreamed on the council’s YouTube channel.