Tuesday's regular meeting of the Aurora city council was another quick one, as the council agreed on each agenda item needing approval. It did, however, table the approval of the 2018 budget until a number of typos can be corrected.

The first item of new business was a resolution stating the city's support for the construction of a senior development by Cydection Holdings. Along with a letter from the mayor, the resolution will be included in the company's funding applications.

The council also approved the lease purchase of a copier for the planning and zoning commission and passed a resolution allowing the city manager to execute an agreement with Chris Vaught Construction for the double sand volleyball courts at Crosby Park.

In the final item of new business, the council readily approved an agreement with Allgeier Martin and Associates for a "stormwater master plan." The plan, which will come at an estimated fee of $207,400, will review existing problems with the stormwater system and make recommendations for how to fix those problems. The plan will "provide a roadmap for the things that we need to do," according to city manager John Holmes.

After the usual reports, the council entered into closed session pursuant to 610.021 (1), legal actions/causes of action/litigation involving a public governmental body.

The next regular city council meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m., November 28, at city hall.