Regular Board of Aldermen Meeting a. Call to Order. The Mayor will call the meeting to order at 6:00 pm. b. Pledge of Allegiance. The Pledge of Allegiance is led by the Mayor.c. Invocation. A staff member will give the invocation.d. Roll Call. The City Clerk will call the roll to establish a quorum in order to have an official business meeting. e. Public Comment The purpose of the Public Comment meeting is to accommodate citizens who have comments regarding City business that the Board of Aldermen has jurisdiction. There is a 5 minute limit for comments. Addressing the Board of Aldermenf. Consent agenda.Consent Agenda items are routine items that the Board will vote on with one motion. There is no discussion on these items. They may be removed from the Consent Agenda at the request of a citizen or a Board member for further discussion if needed.g. Regular Agenda.These items are the regular business items of the Board in the form of an ordinance or resolution. They may include presentations, annexations, codebook updates, zoning changes, bid awards and Board appointments. There is time allotted for public discussion for each item on the Regular Agenda. h. Mayor/Aldermen/Administrator's reportsAny reports by the Mayor, Board of Aldermen or City Administrator are given at this time. i. Adjournment.
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The Board of Aldermen's regular meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m., unless cancelled or otherwise scheduled. Additional meetings are scheduled as deemed necessary and posted by the board. The meeting agendas are listed on the City’s website.
Yes. The audio recording is available on the city's website.
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