The Buffalo City Council will have their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday at City Hall beginning at 4 o'clock.
The Council will have the third reading on the ordinance to change the time for their meetings from the current 4 pm. The most popular new time seems to be 5:30, but the council will set that on Tuesday.
Also the Council will discuss a Resolution in support of a fiber-optics company installing their lines in Buffalo. Mayor Randy Dyess said he sees this as an opportunity for economic development and is in favor of the Resolution.
Also at the meeting, the council will look into resolutions concerning trails access in the city and rural development assessments, and a joint City/County grant application for economic development.
The Council will rescind an earlier bid award for a lighting installation project at the Buffalo Senior Center and reopen bids for the same project.
The City will get a report from the recent audit of the City from Robert Dahill, with McGee, Hearne & Paiz.
And finally, Brook Stromer of States West Water Resources will give an update on the City's new wastewater treatment plant.
The meeting will begin at 4pm at City Hall.