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Mosswood shared the need to have two items cleared up. While the City had four items needing to be determined to prepare the Contract for Services, discussed at the previous meeting on April 23.

The Mosswood Meadows Golf Course and the City of Monroe City met on May 7 to clarify numbers and expectations. Mosswood shared the need to have two items cleared up. While the City had four items needing to be determined to prepare the Contract for Services, discussed at the previous meeting on April 23.

Mosswood expressed the need for the Contract for Services needs to be determined and the balance due to the City from Mosswood. Mosswood President Gary Yager stated, “I would like to meet with a couple of board members to determine what the charges listed in the amount owed to the City by Mosswood are actually for.”

City Attorney Michael Williams shared with the Board of Alderman the service contract had four items needed to be determined. The items included the utility budget, chemical budget, length of contract and capital expenditures.

After much discussion, the board decided to leave the utility budget at $10,000. The chemical budget, which includes seed and fertilizer, was agreed to be $25,000. The capital expenditures needed would need to be requested by Mosswood each year by August 1 for budgeting purposes.

The Contract for Services would be set for the same length of the City’s fiscal year, October through September. Any overage charges for the budgeted items would be invoiced to Mosswood for payment.