Members of the Blue Mound City Council met on Monday, Dec. 5, for their regular monthly meeting.
Under old business, the council was informed the offer to purchase a used water tower fell through. They also were told that the asphalt millings had been purchased and hauled to town and were now in storage until ready to use.
Council members discussed the employee who runs the compactor. He is currently listed as a temporary employee. After the first of the year, he will be switched to regular employee in order to receive benefits.
The council voted and approved resolution 120522 for WAPA with KMEA. This resolution allows KMEA to handle energy authority on the city’s behalf.
Council member Paul Moeller informed the council of a dog recently brought into the pound. It is extremely malnourished and has mange. Moeller is currently treating the dog and getting it brought back to health.
Mayor Russell Beth discussed with the board community revitalization opportunities recently brought before the county commissioners. The opportunities have not been finalized or approved as of meeting time. Beth did explain the tax benefits these would bring, if approved.
In other business, the council approved the following: minutes of the previous meeting; approval of bills in the amount of $32,705.27; and the cereal malt beverage license for the Sunflower Saloon; yearly bonuses for city employees.
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