Crosby City Council meets tonight
By Paul Vold email@example.com (6/28/21)
(Crosby, MN) — The Crosby City Council will be opening discussion of the impact of a possible State Shutdown and review additions for enforcement of bicycles on sidewalks during their regular meeting tonight from the Crosby City Hall Council Chambers.
The Council will review a resignation of the Crosby Fire Department, approve payments to LETG Records Management and Hudrlik Carpet and Tile, the purchase of a dehumidifier, and approve workshop administrative recommendations.
City Engineer Phil Martin will discuss with the Council on Sidewalk Replacement. New Business will include discussion on the Business Technology Review with Jim Mayne of Deerwood Technologies. City Administrator Matthew Hill will also discuss with the Council on the potential of a State Shutdown relating to small towns, talks on the City of Crosby and bicycles on sidewalks with signage and access to the downtown business district. Administrator Hill will also present a resolution to enter into a Utility Easement agreement with School District 182 for underground utility extension.
The Crosby City Council meets tonight at 6pm from the Crosby City Hall Council Chambers.