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Mountain Home City Council will be meeting for a regularly scheduled City Council meeting on Thursday at 6 p.m. at City Hall.
Thursday’s meeting should be a relatively short one with only a few items being up for consideration.
To start, the council will take up an ordinance to change a commercial property into a residential one. The property is located at U.S. Highway 62W and U.S. Highway 62/412 By-Pass in Mountain Home. The petition to change the property’s commercial status comes from Sycamore Properties LLC.
Rezoning the property is not expected to conflict with surrounding properties due to the multiple zoning classifications in the area. Diagrams show that the property is being established for a Sycamore Flats Subdivision.
The next item on the agenda for Thursday will be a resolution amending the city’s adopted budget. The amended resolutions come after City Council made a comprehensive study and review of the budget to ensure that it is as accurate as possible.
The city’s budget for this fiscal year is currently set at $49,288,538.90.
The second ordinance for the evening will have City Council discussing the waiving of the city’s competitive bid process to purchase a large rock hammer from Gorillas Hammers for the Water Department. The rock hammer will cost $48,000.
The last ordinance of the night will allow the city to conduct business with Bob Harris and Lyle Uchtman for CPR Training, Steve Nearn and his detail shop, Eric Setzer and Rocky Morrel for mowing services, Larry Caruso for clean water plant work, and Roger Morgan for his legal services.
All documents for this Thursday’s meeting can be found below.