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City Council Meeting Results (9/20/04)
« on: September 28, 2004, 06:21:50 PM »

Monday, September 20th, 2004 8:00 P.M.

1. Roll Call

2. Flag Salute

3. Approval of Minutes September 7th, 2004

All of the following resolutions were unanimously approved:

4. Resolution #252 Final Adoption of Ordinance 8-2004

5. Resolution #253 Capital Budget Amendment ($1.3M)

6. Resolution #254 Approval of Refunds

7. Resolution #255 Emergency Collapsed Sewer Lines

8. Resolution #256 Bank Depositories

9. Resolution #257 Introduction of Ordinance 9-2004
(Municipal Employment Classifications for the Fire Department)

10. Resolution #258 Introduction of Ordinance 10-2004
(Municipal Employment Classifications for the Fire

11. Resolution #259 Reject Bids Catch Basins

12. Resolution #260 Reject Bids Sewer Repairs

13. Resolution #261 Emergency Appropriation Revaluation of Real Property (Up to $1M to be spent on hiring a company to conduct property revaluations).

14. Resolution #262 Award Bid Elevator Sub-code Inspection Services

15. Resolution #263 United Water - Application for
Extension to Distributing System

16. Resolution #264 Award Contract Playground Equipment ($56,000).

17. Resolution #265 Professional Service Qscend
 Technologies ($9,000)

18. Resolution #266 Award Bid Fire Department Ambulance ($144,000)

19. Resolution #267 Professional Service Red Oak Consulting

20. Resolution #268 Payment of Bills

Public Comments:

Many residents questioned the Mayor and Council on the property revaluations to commence soon. The revaluation process is expected to be completed in 2006. For more information, please see the following link:

City to refigure property values

Another resident questioned the format of the City Council docket and suggested that the resolutions be for "detailed".

One complained that a Zoning Board meeting was accidentally scheduled on Roshashana.

The flooding under the River St. Trestle was also addressed. For more on this, see the following link.

Trestle is higher, but not any drier

A Council candidate questioned the city the ambulance expenditure (see above); sewage concerns near River Street and other issues.