Meth, Meth Making Products Before Manchester Aldermen Monday Night
Manchester aldermen may be tightening the rules for purchasing any products, including pseudoephedrine and ephedrine, that are used to make methamphetamine. A prescription may soon be required to purchase the drugs.
Manchester aldermen will hear a presentation on methamphetamine Monday night, as well as discuss adjusting the city's laws regarding the sale of ephedrine and pseudoephedrine products which are items used to produce methamphetamine. The city may soon require a prescription to purchase the allergy medications.
Aldermen will also discuss renewing the city's contract for police dispatching services to be handled through the Ballwin Police Department.
The city is also considering entering into a $10,325 contract with Gamma Tree Experts for tree trimming services for various right-of-way areas throughout the city.
And a vote could come on the city's request to increase the 2012 general fund budget by $110,910 and reduce the beginning 2013 general fund budget by $110,910. As previously reported by Patch, the city is asking alderman to approve $50,000 for an ongoing lawsuit and an additional $51,520 for the salary and benefits of the new city administrator.
See agenda and supporting documents above for complete details.
Check Town and Country-Manchester Patch Tuesday for new developments from Monday night's meeting.