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Estherville Council to hold hearing on curb, gutter projectEstherville Council to hold hearing on curb, gutter project

June 14, 2013
By David Swartz - Managing Editor , Estherville Daily News

The Estherville City Council will meet Monday at 5 p.m. in council chambers.

Under old business, council will hold a hearing on a project at the Estherville Municipal Airport. Most of the funding will come from the Federal Aviation Administration with the city providing a local match.

Council will also hold a public hearing on the Resolution of Necessity for the 2013 Reconstruction of Fifth Avenue North and Curb & Gutter Project. After the public hearing, the council will consider adopting the resolution of necessity.

If the resolution of necessity is adopted, the council will hold a public hearing on the project. After the public hearing, the council will be presented with a bid tabulation and consider adopting:

n A resolution approving the plans, specifications and form of contract.

n A resolution awarding the contract.

Under new business, council will consider a resultion establishing fees for dual electric service. The resolution maintains the fee at $15 per month.

Council will be asked to approve the residential appliance rebate program and the commercial and industrial energy efficiency incentive program for fiscal year 2014.

Council will be requested to authorize the city attorney to proceed with the steps necessary to eliminate the minimum housing code violations at the following locations: 715 S. 11th St. and 103 W. S. First St.

Council will consider approving a proposal for conducting a storm sewer capacity evaluation for the watershed area that includes Eighth Avenue North and North Eighth Street.

Council will consider approving pay estimate #4 in the amount of $304,033 to KHC Construction, Inc. for the 2012 Digester Improvements Project.

Council will be requested to review a proposed residential composting ordinance recommended by city staff.

 
 

 

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