Crosby City Council approves preliminary 2022 budget and Street Projects assessments

Crosby City Council approves preliminary 2022 budget and Street Projects assessments

September 29, 2021 News News -- KKIN-KFGI-KLKS-WWWI 0

By Paul Vold kkin@rjbroadcasting.com (9/29/21)

(Crosby, MN) — The Crosby City Council held their regular meeting Monday to review the preliminary 2022 budget and hear public comments on the 2020 Street Projects from the Crosby City Hall Council Chambers.

Mayor Diane Cash and the Council took a moment to recognize former Mayor and Council member Bob Novak, who passed away over the weekend.

The Council moved on with the approval of payment of OverDrive for the Hallett Library and the Crosby HRA members. Engineer Phil Martin began the public hearing for the 2020 Street Project assessments with a review of the entire project.

The City of Crosby did not receive any comments on the assessment and then will decide on accepting the rate for the work until the next Council meeting. City Administrator Matthew Hill reviewed the 2020 Census data to Council members.

The Council approved the preliminary 2022 Budget at a 2-percent increase and also set the Truth and Taxation meeting for Monday, November 29th at 6pm from City Hall. Engineer Martin from Bolton & Menk revisited with the Council on considering approval for the DNR Water Supply Plan proposal.

The Crosby City Council will next meet on Monday, October 11th at 6pm from the Crosby City Hall Council Chambers.