Unfinished business included a second reading of a proposed ordinance to allow the sale and consumption of alcohol in a designated downtown area for the Crossroads Crush Festival that will take place this fall.
In new business, the were a trio of resolutions for the city, the first one to secure services of an accounting firm for the purpose of an audit. The second concerned the acceptance of a bid for brick cleaning and sealing, and the third resolution was for the acceptance for an ammonia monochloramine analyzer for the city water service.
There was also the first reading of a bill for the city manager to be authorized to enter an agreement to purchase a dump truck and associated snow removal equipment for the city. Following the review of two liquor license applications the council moved to a closed executive session to discuss legal matters before the meeting was adjourned.
Listen to city manager for Cameron, Mark Gaugh, as he speaks with KMZU’s Nathan Stuedle about this weeks meeting.