On November 23rd, a federal judge issued a preliminary injunction that halted the new Fair Labor Standards from going into effect on December 1st. This came after many businesses made the necessary changes to comply with the proposed standards. Now, many of them are beginning to backtrack on those changes. During their Board of Aldermen Meeting Tuesday night, Lake Ozark voted to veto the ordinance they had passed to comply with those standards. Mayor Johnnie Franzeskos says only two city employees were affected by the ordinance, which moved them to hourly instead of salary. He also says that, if the standards do eventually get put into place, they will reinstate the vetoed ordinance.