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New Trail, Firemen Relocation and Fire and Ice on Board of Aldermen Agenda

Town and Country aldermen may vote on a new trail, temporary housing for fire crews and the Fire and Ice event Monday night. View full agenda here.

Aldermen will likely vote on moving forward with a new walking trail that would be built along Interstate-270, between Clayton Road and the campus. 

A vote is possible Monday night, authorizing the city to enter into a trail licensing agreement with the  since the land on the east side of I-270, where the trail would build, is in MoDOT's jurisdiction. The  and Missouri Baptist Medical Center In turn, the City of Town and Country will maintain the quarter mile trail, once it is built. 

The trail licensing agreement has to be entered into with MoDOT before any construction can begin. Construction of the quarter mile connecting trail is anticipated for late summer. 

Aldermen will also likely vote on a  temporary housing agreement for the upcoming construction project on the firehouse at Mason and Clayton roads.  Town and Country Department of Public Works Director Craig Wilde said the upgrades are for cost effectiveness, better functionality and comfort. It would cost an estimated total of $853,400 and begin June 15. Fire crews will have to be housed elsewhere during construction. Work is expected to be compete by October. 

Aldermen will also discuss securing plans for this year's on June 26. 

See agenda and supporting documents above for complete details. 

Check back to Town and Country - Manchester Patch Wednesday for any updates.

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