The Manchester Board of Aldermen is set to meet Tuesday night. Monday's regularly scheduled meeting was moved to Tuesday due to the Presidents Day holiday.
Among items on the agenda, aldermen are set to hear from the owner of Scotty's Fresh Produce Market and Deli who wants to open a second location in Manchester.
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Aldermen are also set to discuss authorizing the city engineer to apply for a grant to fun approximately 80 percent of the Henry Avenue road improvement plan estimated to cost $712,500. If the grant is received, the city's portion of the project would be approximately $142,500.
A discussion is also scheduled for the city's mosquito control program. City leaders will decide whether to renew Manchester's contract with St. Louis County for mosquito control services.
For more details on Tuesday's meeting see the agenda and supporting documents included in the PDF portion of this article.
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