Isle City Council sets end of COVID-19 Emergency Declaration at May 11th meeting
By Paul Vold email@example.com (5/13/21)
(Hill City, MN) — The Isle City council convened Tuesday night with numerous presentations and ended the City’s COVID-19 Emergency Orders from the City Hall Council Chambers on May 11th.
Isle City Clerk Jamie Hubbell recapped the events of the meeting which included a local resident confirming with the Council on camping in City limits.
Presentations range from insurance renewals, Airport updates, an Isle Days update, and special event requests.
Department Reports featured Public Works spoke of the Friend of Soo Line group, a Motorcycle Run & Raffle from the Fire Department, and an update on the Water/Sewer Project from the city Engineer.
The City of Isle’s COVID-19 Emergency Declaration has an end date along with the City Clean-Up Date.
The city of isle also took into consideration a recommendation for a Capital Asset Policy.
The Isle City Council meets again on Tuesday, June 8th at 6pm from the city Hall Council Chambers.