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Published: Monday, Oct. 15, 2012 11:30 a.m. CDT

Creston City Council, 6 p.m. Tuesday, council chambers, restored Creston Depot.

Agenda includes: public forum; public hearing on easement request to place a fence in the city right of way at 801 W. Jefferson; special assess mowing nuisances because of nonpayment; first reading of ordinance 13140 amending provisions pertaining to cemetery regulations; first reading of ordinance 13-141 amending provisions pertaining to installment payment of cost of abatement; first reading of ordinance 13-142 adding provisions pertaining to lien exemption and by amending provisions pertaining to lien for nonpayment; payment to Garden and Associates for work previously done in regard to the railroad quiet zone; payment of $6,248 to pro-environmental abatement for asbestos abatement done on 311 N. Sycamore to be paid from LOST fund; award bid on 1991 GMC van; payment of $88.25 to Habitat for Humanity for neighborhood stabilization program house project at 801 W. Jefferson; Matt Brummett: motion to authorize using sidewalk for sale of some produce items at indoor farmers’ market located at 200 N. Elm; appointment with John Hays to discuss purchase of used dump truck for Street Department; set public hearing 6 p.m. Nov. 6 regarding current activities and status of funds for CDBG No. 11-WS-015 reconstruction of waterlines along Adams and Cottonwood streets and CDBG application for Creston Sewer rehabilitation project phase 4, north side; accept $4,500 STEP grant on behalf of Creston Police Department; spill prevention control and countermeasure plan for Creston Municipal Airport; addendum to offer real estate at 505 N. Elm in conjunction with NSP; contract with Nutri-Ject Systems for lagoon clean out; Domestic Violence Awareness Month proclamation.


Creston City Water Works Board of Trustees, 7 p.m. Tuesday, business office boardroom.

Agenda includes: 7:05 p.m. Steve Troyer, Fox Engineering: update on Twelve Mile water treatment plant improvement project; 7:16 p.m. pay request No. 35 to BRB Contractors for Twelve Mile; 7:17 p.m. pay request No. 35 to Fox Engineering for Twelve Mile; 7:18 p.m. pay request to Southern Iowa Rural Water Association for inspection fees for Twelve Mile; 7:19 p.m. pay request to C.L. Carroll for Three Mile/Twelve Mile pump stations for Twelve Mile; 7:20 p.m. Darin Jacobs and We Farrand, Snyder and Associates: update on Summit Lake project and Adams Street waterline project; 7:32 p.m. pay request No. 4 to H&W Contractors for Adams Street; 7:33 p.m. pay request No. 12 to Snyder and Associates for Adams Street; 7:34 p.m. pay request No. 22 to Snyder and Associates for Summit Lake spillway design; 7:35 p.m. Tim Ostroski, Southern Iowa Council of Governments; 7:39 p.m. draw down request No. 10 for Adams Street; 7:40 p.m. pay request to SICOG for administration fees for Adams Street; 7:45 p.m. pay request to Precision Applicators for cleaning cells No. 7 and 8 located at Twelve Mile water treatment plant; 7:50 p.m. review identity theft policy; 7:55 p.m. regular water works business.

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