Crosby City Council Meeting from March 22nd
By Paul Vold email@example.com (3/25/21)
(Crosby, MN) — The Crosby City Council heard back on their audit of City Departments and Services during their regular meeting Monday night from the City Hall Council Chambers.
The Council did approve requests for a Special Event for the Spalding House, a pay increase for City Hall cleaners, hiring 2 part-time temporary summer staff for Public Works, and approval of extended premises of the Spalding House.
Ashley Zidon brought to the Council important information concerning the Residential Chicken Ordinance and potential guidelines.
The Ordinance was denied by the Council as well as the text of Ordinance Summer for publication. Mary Ready of CliftonLarsonAllen LLP presented the City’s comprehensive Audit Report.
City Administrator Matthew Hill presented a request from the Planning & Zoning Commission to study and determine an appropriate plan for temporary parking during phases of the construction detours.
Approval was given for a contract renewal for Barracuda backup server subscription, an agreement with Crow Wing County for Chip Sealing Roads, and an agreement with MnDOT for use of City Roads for temporary detours. The Council did approve to reduce on-sale Liquor Licenses for 2021-22 and the hiring of Tony Nowlan as the Public Works Laborer.
The Crosby City Council will next meet on Monday, April 12th at 6pm.