The City of Boonville is soliciting proposals from interested parties for the Boonville Soccer Complex. Proposals are due by Thursday, May 11 at 2PM. Questions, contact Kate Fjell, 660-882-2332 or by email, email@example.com
Black Flock LLC, owned by Josh Black, has entered into a management contract with the City of Boonville for the operations at Hail Ridge Golf Course. Course updates and information will be available at the Hail Ridge Facebook page. An introductory letter by Josh is available as well:
The Mayor and City Council have provided a Project Update for several ongoing projects.
Thank you for your interest and for taking the time to read this report.
The Mayor and City Council have provided a recent update on projects that the City of Boonville has recently announced some decisions and actions on.
We hope this yields benefits and advancements for Boonville on many fronts.
The City Council, City Administrator and the Mayor have provided an update on several major projects the City of Boonville proposes to take in the coming years, including recreational and residential development as well as critical sewer and wastewater upgrades to the City’s infrastructure.
Looking at the entire “package” of projects, the City Council and Mayor are very pleased. For a community of our size; it is impressive. We hope this yields benefits and advancements for Boonville on many fronts.
The City Council is considering placing a use tax on the April 2016 election. The Vehicle sales and use tax would impose a 2% tax on goods purchased out of state equal to the sales tax imposed on retail sales in the state of Missouri.
The City will begin planning for the FY 2016-2017 Budget in January. During a series of work sessions City staff and City Council will be identifying, prioritizing and planning for several significant City projects. The public is always invited to attend the work sessions, typically they are before the Council meetings. The fiscal year runs from April 1-March 31.
In 2015, the City Council prioritized efforts to improve the condition of buildings (residential and commercial) throughout the City. It was decided that City Staff would conduct a building by building assessment each year, by Ward beginning with Ward 1 in 2015.
Properties determined to have property maintenance deficiencies will receive a notification letter and report with required repairs. If you have any questions about the inspections or the work on this initiative, please call City Hall.
We appreciate all the owners who have worked with us to improve the condition of properties in town and beautify Boonville.
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