The Mexico City Council will hold a work session tonight to review the Transportation Engineering Assistance Program in conjunction with the Americans with Disabilities Act rules. Stormwater outreach will also be discussed at the session that starts at 6 p.m.
After the work session, the council will move into is regular meeting 7 p.m. where it will have a second reading of the ordinance to update the city’s outdated building code enforcement mechanism.
The city will review and vote on an agreement with the Miss Missouri Pageant to provide as much as $10,000 from the city’s tourism tax for the pageant’s advertising needs, which will celebrate its 50th anniversary this year.
Bids for a closed-circuit television system at the wastewater treatment plant were received by the city for sanitary sewer pipe inspections. Council members will decide which bid to accept based on city staff recommendations.
Business from the work session will come up in the council meeting as the council decides if it should make a motion to create an ADA compliance transition plan. The transition plan is intended to identify ADA compliance deficiencies in public facilities, and how the city will address them through TEAP funding. The plan is a 30-year effort to bring city sidewalks into ADA compliance.