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Sept. 9, 2014MARYVILLE, Mo. |  By: Barnett

Maryville City Council Recap: Humane Society & Recreational Trails Program

A northwest Missouri non-profit organization is seeking support from the city of Maryville.

During last night's Maryville City Council meeting, the council heard a request of support from the New Nodaway Humane Society.

Humane Society board president, Doug Sutton, says the organization is requesting $112,800 in support, which is the same amount of support received last year. He says it will be used for the a number of services.

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Sutton adds the city also pays the organization a monthly fee for animal control.

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The council will make a decision on the requested $112,800 in support when the council finalizes the budget on October 13.

In other business from last night's meeting, the council adopted an ordinance to execute a contract with Gallagher Benefit Services Incorporated, to change the official agent of record for insurance broker and consulting services for the city.

The Maryville City Council also executed an agreement with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources during last night's meeting.

The agreement was for the fiscal year 2014 Recreational Trails Program at Mozingo Lake Recreation Park.

Assistant City Manager Ryan Heiland says the agreement was executed for a grant that was received from the DNR.

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Heiland adds the new trail is a concrete path.

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The next Maryville City Council meeting will be held at 7:00 p.m. Monday, September 22.