Aurora City Council Agenda
Aurora City Hall
City Council Chambers
2 W. Pleasant
Aurora, Missouri
Tuesday, May 26, 2020 - 6 P.M.
1.

CALL TO ORDER

2.

PRAYER AND PLEDGE

3.

ROLL CALL

Mayor Doyle Ferguson
Chairman Pro Tem Stephen Wiles
Councilman Larry David Marks
Councilwoman Dawn Oplinger
Councilman Don McWade

4.

PUBLIC COMMENT

A citizen desiring to speak on an item not on the agenda may do so at this time. Each citizen is limited to three minutes and the Council will not take action or discuss items at this time. Discussion should be limited to matters of City business and public comment is not permitted in regard to personnel matters or on pending legal matters. Items introduced under “Public Comment” may become agenda items at a later date.

5.

COUNCIL FORUM


Council Forum provides an opportunity for Council Members to share information with the rest of the Council regarding communications with constituents, meetings attended, request items to be put on the agenda, make requests of staff, or direct questions to staff regarding issues that are not on the agenda.
6.

CONSENT AGENDA


Items listed on the 'Consent Agenda' are considered routine and shall be enacted by one motion of the City Council wit​h no separate discussion.  If separate discussion is desired by a member of the Council, that item will be removed from the 'Consent Agenda' and placed on the regular agenda as a final item under 'New Business'.

6.I.

Approval of Minutes: Regular Session Held on May 12, 2020

6.II.

May 2020 Appropriations

7.

NEW BUSINESS

7.I.
8.

STAFF REPORTS/ORGANIZATIONAL BUSINESS


1.  Board Liaison Reports
2.  City Manger Report
9.

CLOSED SESSION

Pursuant to RSMo 610.021
(1) Legal actions, causes of action or litigation involving public government body and any confidential or privileged communications between a public governmental body or its representatives and its attorneys.

(3) Hiring, firing, disciplining or promoting of particular employees by a public
governmental body when personal information about the employee is discussed or recorded. However, any vote on a final decision, when taken by a public governmental body, to hire, fire, promote or discipline an employee of a public governmental body shall be made available with a record of how each member voted to the public within seventy-two hours of the close of the meeting where such action occurs; provided, however, that any employee so affected shall be entitled to prompt notice of such decision during the seventy-two-hour period before such decision is made available to the public. As used in this subdivision, the term "personal information" means information relating to the performance or merit of individual employees;
10.

ADJOURNMENT