The Brentwood Board of Aldermen meetings scheduled for Jan. 6, which were canceled because of snow, have been rescheduled for Jan. 14.
On the agenda for the regular meeting, at 7 p.m., is acceptance of donated equipment from O’B. Clark’s and an Eagle Scout recognition.
Three bills are on the agenda:
- An ordinance to authorize an agreement with the Missouri Department of Transportation for improvements in the Hanley Industrial Complex. It is listed as on hold
- An ordinance to approve signage for the Bank of Springfield, at 1705 S. Brentwood Boulevard (1st and 2nd reading)
- An ordinance to approve the site development plan for exterior renovation for the building at 1705 S. Hanley Road, the Animal Protective Association. (1st and 2nd reading)
Also, mayor Pat Kelley is scheduled to speak on a ‘code of conduct’ for elected city officials.
- It states city officials are to deal with city staff solely through the mayor or city administrator.
- City officials are to act collectively, and have no authority to take actions on behalf of the BOA unless authorized to do so.
- City officials are to use city resources only with authorization.
- Officials are to be responsible and dignified.
A violation may be presented as a complaint to the Missouri Ethics Commission after a majority vote by the Brentwood Board of Aldermen. Disciplinary actions could follow. Read the full proposed code of conduct here.
A closed meeting scheduled for 6 p.m. is for contract negotiation for the Brentwood Dispatch Center according to the agenda. Anonymous sources have said the meeting is for a discussion of outsourcing Brentwood’s police and fire dispatch services to the East Central Dispatch Center, in Richmond Heights.