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mvch(Mountain View) – The Mountain View City Council set the property tax rate in the city at their meeting Monday evening.

City Administrator Mike Wake spoke with Ozark Radio News and told us why the council once again set the rate to zero:

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A discussion was also held concerning the shop at the city golf course:

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The council also talked about the possibility of a pavilion in the downtown area:

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Wake added that public comments concerning the pavilion will more than likely be taken at the next council meeting.

Also at the meeting, the council approve an ordinance allowing the city to enter into an agreement with the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission for airport paving and runway repairs. The council also heard from resident Gwen Reese, who claims that the city paved a portion of her property, among other complaints, which included harrassment by city workers. Councilman Jeff Wade proposed that she pay for a survey of the property, and if the city is at fault, they will remove the concrete and reimburse her the money used for the survey. Reese rejected the proposal.

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