The Montevideo City Council met in regular session Monday evening with a light agenda on the table. All council members were present. Mayor Debra Lee Fader was absent.

The Montevideo City Council met in regular session Monday evening with a light agenda on the table. All council members were present. Mayor Debra Lee Fader was absent.

Two items were up for consideration on the consent agenda, the first being approval of verified claims for the period ending on Nov. 16, 2018 in the amount of $264,753.96.

Some verified claims over $1,500 include: Fiesta City Liquors - $66,661.82 for inventory, rent, and surveillance design; Short, Elliot, Hendrickson, Inc. - $27,050 for airport taxi lane construction; Farmers Union Oil Co. - $18,354.60 for fuel; SafeAssure Consultants, Inc. - $6,636.79 for 2019 safety training; and SW/WC Service Co-op - $69.156 for BC/BS Dec. premium.

The council unanimously approved the payment of verified claims.

Also considered on the consent agenda was the sale of seized/surplus items by the Montevideo Police Dept. The council authorized the department to sell four vehicles on Minnbid.org.

In general business, the council considered a resolution amending the 2018 city budget. City Finance Director Jan Flaherty spoke to the council and informed them of the necessary amendments to the 2018 budget.

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