Crosby City Council meeting from November 8th
By Paul Vold email@example.com (11/12/21)
(Crosby, MN) — The Crosby City Council’s regular meeting from Monday included a Public Hearing for unpaid Nuisance and Utility Charges and review personnel changes from the City Hall Council Chambers.
The Council did approve Consent Agenda Items of accepting donations and a payment to Commercial Refrigeration for inspection, maintenance & start up tasks for the Hallett Ice Arena.
Following the Public Hearing for unpaid Nuisance and Utility Charges, with some residents voicing their concerns of repeated violations, the Council did review unfinished business of Pump House Point and people going to and from that location.
The Council will be reviewing the legal process of eminent domain before the next Council meeting and hold a workshop in the near future. Approval was given for an auditing agreement with Clifton Larson Allen for year end 2021. Engineer Phil Martin spoke to the Council for professional services for 1st Street SW/4th Street NE improvements.
The projects and surveying work were approved for work in 2022 at a cost of just under $47,000. The resignation of General Manager Ivan Bartha and approving Katheryn Carpenter as authorized signer for the Hallett Community Center.
The Council adopted the Assessments for unpaid nuisance charges and unpaid utilities charges.
The resignation of Tony Nowlan as Laborer of Public Works was accepted by the Council and also began the posting of the open Laborer position with the Public Works Department.
The Council also approved an addendum for the Cuyuna Lakes Chamber of Commerce Agreement for another.
A payment for invoice from Minnesota Power for $7,019.23 for the City’s lift station.
The Crosby City Council is next scheduled to meet on Monday, November 22nd at 6pm from the City Hall Council Chambers.