• Major actions taken by the Council at its regular meeting on August 6, 2014

     Approved a contract with Graham Contractors for street maintenance work—including
    crack sealing and slurry sealing—for a second set of City streets, the first set of street
    having been addressed earlier this year. The work will occur mostly in the downtown
    areas and will be undertaken in September and October.
     Approved the quarterly treasurer’s report, indicating that all of the City’s invested funds
    are in insured accounts and are appropriately laddered to ensure the City can meet its
    cash flow needs and contingencies.
     Held first reading of a reusable bag ordinance that would ban single-use plastic bags of
    less than 4.0 mils and impose a 10-cent fee for paper bags.
     Considered adopting a 15-year franchise agreement for the collection of refuse, recycling,
    yard waste, and kitchen scraps, with Green Waste Recovery. Council questions will be
    addressed and be brought back to the Council at its next meeting, on August 20, 2014.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on August 8, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News


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