The Maryville City Council met on November 13 with a short agenda addressing purchases, contracts, a property lot split and a change order for concrete streetwork.

• Approved a purchase/maintenance agreement with The Victor L. Phillips Company, Kansas City, for a Takeuchi trackloader with an annual lease of $12,232.68 for 36 months.

• Signed a contract with White Cloud Engineering and Construction, Maryville, for engineering services of the grade control structure in Peach Creek at $15,000 for the $66,666 project. This action will complete the requirements of the Department of Army, Corps of Engineering, Kansas City.

• Authorized a lot split at 325 East Third Street owned by Andrew Nordbye, Maryville.

• Accepted a change order with JD Bishop for 8,512 feet of Aurora Avenue curb repair at a cost of a $51,923.20, plus 619 square feet of concrete for a path to the Mozingo silo from the conference center at a cost of $5,880.

• Declared the November 6 election results accepted.

Maryville Treasurer Denise Town presented her report for October and spoke to several ongoing projects including legal fees with Kawasaki and other litigation issues, the cost benefit analysis for the final half of the BUILD grant, the SeClear algae treatment for Mozingo Lake, Snyder and Associates for water sewer projects engineering, annual contract payment to New Nodaway Humane Society, the Northwest Hughes Fieldhouse payment, Tyler Technologies for software maintenance, Premier Pyrotechnics for the 2019 fireworks display and Nodaway County Economic Development.


City Manager Greg McDanel told of the Missouri MainStreet event earlier this month, public safety officers attending training, impacts to Maryville from the ballot on the state and local scene and an indoor golf tourney league, to be held at the Mozingo golf course golf simulator for the winter, is having a strong registration.

Councilman Matt Johnson told of speaking to the Men’s Forum, and noted the recently deceased John Redden, Sr.’s impact to the firefighters.

Councilwoman Renee Riedel reported the Mozingo Advisory Board happenings.

Mayor Rachael Martin announced two ribbon cuttings were recently held for new downtown businesses and gave her thanks to the staff for the time they spent in educating the public about the user tax issue.

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