Crosby City Council accepting letters of interest on vacant Council seat after Oct. 12th meeting
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (10/15/20)
(Crosby, MN) — The City of Crosby Council held their regular meeting Monday night to finalize their decision on a vacant council seat, approve agreements for the end of 2020, and review CARES Act Funds.
Resolutions were passed to accept funds from the IRRRB on behalf of Miners, Inc and the Highway 210 Reconstruction. City Administrator Matthew Hill brought back to the Council a resolution to enter an agreement from MnDOT for snow removal on Main Street, which was accepted.
The vacant council seat left by Robin Wolf will be filled via letter of interest from the public to be delivered to Crosby city Hall no later than Wednesday, October 21st at which time the Council will make their decision known at the October 26th meeting.
Establishment of workshop dates was tabled until the October 26th meeting and the Council will be vetting values from two real estate agents for the City property located at 1057 1st Street NW to market the property for sale.
Administrator Hill reviewed the $170,000 from CARES Act, the City has used $70,000 for the Crosby Fire and Police Departments while the rest was sent to Crow Wing County to be used for local business grants.
Hallett Center manager Amber Moon, in her final meeting as manager after announcing her resignation, presented contracts for the Crosby-Ironton High School and Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association, to which they were both approved by the Council.
The Council also approved a pay request of $354,446.11 to Anderson Brothers Construction and a payment to Landwehr Construction for washout work by the Highway 6 multi-use tunnel.
The Crosby City Council will hold their next regular meeting Monday, October 26th at 6pm from the City Hall Council Chambers.