by Elizabeth O’Farrell
As the Louisiana City Council met on Monday, August 27, they discussed, tabled, and approved several items of importance, including a household income survey, a new partnership in training and retaining police officers, design options for rebuilding the pavilion in Sunset Park, and alternate uses for money collected as assessed fines.
Mayor Marvin Brown asked all of those present to fill out and return household income surveys if they receive one.
The Council voted to approve a resolution in support of the gasoline tax increase and e-mail that resolution to the Missouri Municipal League.
The Council approved a memorandum of agreement with Families and Communities together, a non-profit organization working on a grant to aid people recently released from prison to successfully be reintegrated into society.
Brown asked Councilwoman Nancy Evans to consider chairing a committee concerning the 2020 census.
The city administrator, Kelly Henderson, requested and received Council approval a Sewer Crossing Bid, a FEMA project.
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