HURON – A job description has been approved for a full-time information technology specialist for the city of Huron.
The City Commission hopes to fill the position by the first of the year.
It has been a part-time job, but commissioners have decided it needs to be full time because of the growing level of technology that must be maintained.
The IT specialist will work in city-owned facilities throughout Huron, including the airport, Campus Center, Fine Arts Center and City Hall.
Also during the board’s short meeting Monday, commissioners:
• Accepted the resignation of Ernest Goettlich from the planning commission as he has moved out of state. Residents interested in becoming members of the city’s volunteer boards and commissions are asked to contact City Hall.
• Approved a $500,343 progress payment to the various vendors working on the Huron Aquatic Center project.
• Approved a $26,465 change order and a $31,131 final progress payment to Dahme Construction of Aberdeen for the water main replacement and lift station replacement project.
• Approved a $77,996 progress payment to Maguire Iron of Sioux Falls for the east industrial park water tower project.
• Awarded bids for water treatment chemicals to Hawkins Inc. of Minneapolis and Univar USA of Bedford Park, Ill.
• Set Dec. 31 as the public hearing date for a special event on-sale alcoholic beverage license filed by the Huron Chamber & Visitors Bureau for a chamber mixer Jan. 8 at the James Valley Community Health Center.
• Went into executive session for union negotiations and later had a work session on the budget and to review and possibly adopt phone policies.
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