A solution from community leaders was to the satisfaction of approximately 25 residents of Center Street Monday night regarding trash receptacles during the annual Apple n' Pork Festival.
Nan Crang addressed the homeowners Monday night proposing a plan that would be of no cost to the vendor nor the homeowner. Mayor Roger Cyrulik also explains they plan to increase the amount of garbage receptacles with the same pick up times.
According to Crang, they plan to line North Center Street with the boxes to allow more access for festival attendees with regular pick up times of Saturday after the festival.
Crang also implored land owners with vendors that utilize their front lawns to ask them to set their trash to the side and not use the receptacles that will be designated for those walking up and down Center Street.
Also at the Monday night City Council meeting:
>>The Council put on file the 2018 Fiscal Year budget to be voted on at the April 17 meeting.
>>The Council approved an agreement with EMA for $15-thousand.
>>The Council approved the annual tree purchase for the Streets Department at a cost of just over $4-thousand.
>>The Motor Fuel Tax funds were approved for 2017 for $17-thousand with the projects to be determined.
>>The Council approved the sale of real estate at 1150 Highway 54.