Willow council meeting time now 5:30 p.m.

The Board of Aldermen met for only fourteen minutes in their regular meeting on June 20. Though a quorum of elected officials were present, City Administrator Beverly Hicks was unexpectedly absent, records the draft minutes of the meeting.
After brief discussion, the board unanimously agreed that all future meetings should begin at 5:30 p.m. There was also a scheduling conflict for the July meeting. By a vote of 4-0, the next meeting date will be July 25 at 5:30 p.m.
The board reviewed a list of surplus items owned by the city, including several vehicles and heavy equipment in poor repair. By unanimous vote, the aldermen agreed to list all the listed items for sale at online auction with Purple Wave.
The aldermen reviewed changes to the City's contract with Mid-Missouri Municipal Power Energy Pool (MMMPEP). The changes would add more renewable energy to the City's power supply portfolio. City Attorney Zane Privette said the contract is under review. The aldermen took no action on this contract at the meeting. 
They did, however, unanimously pass a resolution authorizing Mayor Brooke Fair to sign an agreement with the MPUA to obtain mutual aid electric line services to the city in the event of an emergency or a large project.
A scheduled executive session as well as a discussion of employee retention efforts were both tabled due to the city administrator's absence. 
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