Hunter sworn in as Crosby Mayor at January 11th Council Meeting
By Paul Vold email@example.com (1/13/21)
(Crosby, MN) — Mayor Elect James Hunter was sworn into office along with members Shawn Jarvela and Paul Heglund at the City of Crosby meeting from January 11th at Crosby City Hall.
A motion from the Crosby Police Department to have flags flown at half-staff in remembrance of paramedic Toby Rowan on January 15th and to recognize January 13th as a Day of Remembrance was approved by the Council. Approval was also given to Accepting Donations and IRS Mileage Reimbursement Rate change to .56 cents per mile.
Mayor Hunter spoke before the Council on the City of Crosby Committee Assignments about taking a personal undertaking and keeping those committees accountable.
The Committees were approved by the Council. Crosby Police Chief Andrew Rooney presented to the Council on the purchase of a 2021 Dodge Durango for a patrol vehicle.
Approval was given as well as approval for a 2am license for Peanuts Pub at the Midway. City Administrator Matthew Hill presented to the Council recommendations on cost of living costs and steps increases.
The Council did approve the recommendations at 2.5% and step increases effective January 11th and reallocated funds for the 1st and 2nd Street Sewer Project for 2022.
The Crosby City Council will be having a Special Work Session meeting on Wednesday, January 20th to review outstanding issues. The next regular scheduled meeting will take place on Monday, January 25th at 6pm.