Crosby City Council postpones Council seat decision, Special meeting planned
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (10/29/20)
(Crosby, MN) — The Crosby City Council came out with postponing their decision on filling a vacant Council seat from their regular Monday meeting.
Interim Mayor Ron Prushek presented to the Council that Robyn Wolfe’s vacated Council seat be extended due to the closing of Crosby City Hall.
Letters of Intent from Paul Heglund, Elly Mailhot, James Grgurich, Chelle Robinson, and potentially others letters will be reviewed at a Special Meeting tonight, October 29th.
The Board’s review of 13-foot sidewalks in downtown Crosby will be continued at the next regular meeting and also accepted a new contract with Range Disposal for garbage pick-up for City residents. City Administrator Matthew Hill brought forth a meeting date of canvassing election results.
The Council established the meeting date for November 12th at 6pm from Crosby City Hall. Administrator Hill also presented changes in membership terms and conditions contract language for the Hallett Community Center.
Council member Diane Cash spoke to the Council on changing journal entries related to transferring funds for Waste Management.
The motion to move funds, totaling $1,800, to the General Fund failed due to lack of majority vote. The Council did approve a change order from Anderson Brother Construction for the 2020 Street Improvements project in the amount of $5,707.97 and a final pay request from Landwehr Construction in the amount of $23,302.31.
The Crosby City Council will have their next regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, November 9th at 6pm from the Crosby City Council Chambers.