Two stop signs to be placed on Elm Street
The Eudora City Council started the process Monday of drafting an ordinance that would place stop signs at the intersections of Seventh and Eighth streets on Elm Street.
Council members also adopted an ordinance, which once signs are placed, prohibits parking between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays on both sides of Elm Street from the intersection line of 10th Street south to the intersection of 15th Street, and on the west side of Elm Street from the intersection line of 15th Street south to the intersection of 16th Street.
In other business, the Council:
- Agreed to pay the municipal judge $600 per month.
- Clarified that employees are to be paid 1-1/2 times in addition to salary amount if work is required on a holiday.
- Set a study session for 5:30 p.m. Wednesday to discuss and review the mobile home ordinance, wastewater funding and downtown water lines.
- Approved the purchase of digital cameras from Digital Ally for four digital in-car video systems in the amount of $16,460. The money to pay the expense will come out of the special police and fire purchase fund.
- Approved the purchase of 500 KVA Transformer from Utility Service Company for the amount of $7,995.
- Agreed to allow advertising for the sale of some office equipment and lighting fixtures.
- Agreed to allow Rick Treas to purchase a 1997 Crown Victoria from the city for $50.