Council members present were Mayor Ed Scheel, Jeremy Blue, Wayne Riggs and Don Sellers. Absent were Duane Bedford and Jay Pierschbacher. Others in attendance were Police Chief Jeff Johnson, City Employees Larry Mitchell and City Clerk, Wendy Nickell. Visitors were Penny Stouwie and Dusty Butler.
Jeff Johnson is following up on junk debris, resident water and sewer issues.
Clean-up day will be April 27 from 8:00 a.m - 12:00 p.m. Fees will be as follows: Car or pickup load $10, TV's $15 each, computer monitors $15 each, tires $5 each and mattresses $5 each, refrigerators, washers, dryers, air conditioners, computer towers, anything metal will be no charge. The City Clerk will be available and will collect fees that day.
Some work on the streets, including culvert work on south Prairie Street. The Mayor has been in touch with the county regarding this repair. Larry will get some cold patch and work on fixing streets as soon as possible. Larry will purchase a new sweeper. An ad will be put in the paper for hay ground rental.
An ad will be placed in the Chariton papers for a PT employee with hours not to exceed 30 per week. Applications may be picked up at City Hall and will need to be returned by April 19.
Penny Stowie was there to represent Larry Templeton regarding his go-kart track/races. On May 4th, Larry will have training personnel at the track to instruct individuals on how to operate and care for their go-karts and also to instruct on safety. Mr. Templeton has a release of liability for drivers to sign. The City cannot keep Mr. Templeton from running the track. We will address complaints should they arise. We were told the track shuts down at dark.