Morrill City Council 8.6.18
Submitted by Linda Hill, City Clerk
The Morrill City Council met in regular session Monday, Aug. 6, with members Dan Halstead, Todd Gruber and Greg Duryea present and Mayor Roger Price presiding. Visitor present was Denise Huning.
Minutes and vouchers were approved.
Huning said the tree board is applying for a grant for trees having no cost to the city and asked for a letter of support. Wymer signed a letter of support.
Duryea said he will talk to an individual concerning the lilac bushes on the corner of their property about possibly moving or removing the bush.
The council reopened the budget hearing. After reviewing the 2018 budget, no comments were made by the public. The council closed the hearing and approved the budget.
Julie Bauman presented the findings of the 2017 audit. The council accepted the audit.
Street chip and sealing has been delayed until the week of Aug. 13 due to equipment malfunction.
The council voted in favor of following up on the fines for the sewer violation and a dog at-large.
Mayor Price has received complaints of another dog being aggressive. It was decided to document when the dog is loose to allow following up with the complaints.
It was discussed that there is a trailer parked partially in the road. It was decided to contact the owner to have it moved off the street before Morrill Days.
It was decided to get more information on ownership of the trailer house to allow legal steps to be taken to have it removed.
It was decided to allow Wymer to get half a load of electrical poles when any other city needs to get some also.