The Manchester Board of Aldermen is set to meet Monday night.
Among items on the agenda, aldermen are set to discuss retaining an attorney to defend the city in regard to litigation filed against the city, moving forward with the Channel B Stormwater Project and purchasing new police investigative equipment with the city's asset forfeiture funds.
Alderman Paul Hamill explained the litigation to Patch in the following statement"
"...aldermen are set to discuss allowing the St. Louis County Municipal League to hire counsel to defend it in a class action lawsuit filed against numerous cities throughout Missouri. The St. Louis County Municipal League will use money that it previously received from municipalities (as a result of a class action settlement with AT&T) to pay for counsel to defend Manchester as well as other cities."
For more details on Monday's meeting see the agenda and supporting documents above included in the PDF portion of this article.
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