(KCCR) — The Fort Pierre City Council will gavel in tonight for its City Council meeting at the Stanley County Courthouse. The Council will consider approval of the agenda and declare any conflicts of interest before hearing reports from City Officials. New business for the Council includes a change order and a payment request for tuck pointing work on the Verendrye Museum. The Council will also consider bids and making an award for the Yellowstone Street project. Two temporary use permits are on the agenda tonight. One is filed by Morris Incorporated and the second by A-G-E contractors. Council members will set a meeting date for the Local Review Board in March and will consider two personnel certifications. There will also be discussion on the Cedar Hill Cemetery. The Fort Pierre City Council meets tonight at 6:30 pm. The meeting is open to the public.