The Osage Beach Board of Alderman met Thursday night to vote on bill 13-41 which sets to regulate peddlers, solicitors or canvassers standing, walking on the roadway, stalling or obstructing traffic. Also on the agenda was approval of new electric panels for the city sewer system. Both items were passed by the board. The board also talked about the city’s budget halfway through the year. After a heated discussion, Alderman John Olivarri indicated that the city needs to “pay close attention” to the developments in St. Louis.
The City plans to meet again on July 25th for a special board meeting regarding the proposed extension of Osage Beach Parkway and is asking the public to attend to voice their input on whether the city should proceed or cancel the idea.