MINER -- Budget talk, a tax levy and election results were among the topics in Miner Tuesday.
According to Miner City Clerk Janet Tuttle, the board held an unusually quiet meeting. The council agreed to amend the budget of 2001-2002 and in turn passed a new budget for 2002-2003. A tax rate levy of 19 cents per $100 evaluation was approved, which is the same it's been for several years, Tuttle said.
Other Miner business:
* The council agreed on Chamber of Commerce dues.
* An increase in the water/sewer rate was approved.
* The Aug. 6 election results were accepted.
* The board followed up on the Resolution for Comprehensive Plan (for T.I.F. Project).
* Bob Dyer's request to put an office on railroad property was sent back to the planning and zoning board.
* The board also agreed to get hoses for fire trucks and repair four or five pagers.
* The contract with Semo Electric for a new lift station was signed.
A closed executive session was held to discuss personnel and finances.