Crosby City Council Meeting from February 8th
By Paul Vold email@example.com (2/10/21)
(Crosby, MN) — The Crosby City Council convened for their regular meeting Monday night to review personnel changes, held the open comment period on Body Worn Cameras for the Crosby Police Department, among numerous topics from the Crosby Council Chambers.
The Council approved donations and an annual contract renewal for services with Generator Power Systems. During the Public Comment period, Nadine and Chris Albrecht, proprietors of the Spalding House, brought to the Council’s attention a nuisance for their building and downtown Crosby.
A letter to Council requesting a portion of funds for advertising for Crosby Heritage Days was also given during the Public Comment Period by Linda Peeples. The Council recognized Peeples, Ron Prushek, and Jim Traylor for their service to the community as members of the Crosby City Council.
The Public Comment Period on the Body Worn Cameras Policy for the Crosby Police Department was held with no comments from the public but Mayor James Hunter did say…
The Council did vote to approve terms of the Planning & Zoning Committee members. City Administrator Matthew Hill brought to the Council a contract agreement with the State of Minnesota for the Highway 210/6 project through downtown Crosby.
The motion was approved by the Council. Administrator Hill also included an agreement with David Drown & Associates to begin searching for a Public Works Working Foreman.
The Cuyuna Range Food Shelf also requested a tax credit on a bill to fix a leak in their building which is under review pending more information and research.
The Crosby City Council is next scheduled to meet on Monday, February 22nd from the Crosby City Hall Council Chambers.