HURON – With the opening of the South Dakota State Fair just a little over a week away, Mayor Paul Aylward is calling on Huron residents to spruce up their properties.
“Company is coming,” he said at the start of Monday’s City Commission meeting. “Let’s try to put our best face forward for the fair.”
Meanwhile, Commissioner Gary Harrington reminded the public that the solid waste rubble site will be closed Thursday morning until noon.
Members of the South Dakota Waste Management Association will be in town for their annual conference, and the Huron facility will be showcased as part of that meeting.
• Approved a plat filed by American Bank & Trust for a lot on Prairie Eagle Circle West in the Prairie Green 3rd Addition in southwest Huron.
A buyer plans to purchase the lot and build a 1,200-square-foot home with a triple-stall garage.
Individual lots on the west side of Prairie Eagle Circle West were never individually platted, and are being platted as they are sold, said City Planner Ralph Borkowski.
• Approved a final change order for a net change of $3,451 for Key Contracting of West Fargo, N.D., for sanitary sewer manhole renovation. A final payment of $57,207 was also approved.
• Renewed an E911 service contract with Jerauld County for 2015.
• Appointed Clair Buesing as a hearing examiner.
• Accepted the retirement resignation of Tyler Schwartz from the parks and recreation department after nearly 38 years of service.
• Approved an alcoholic beverage consumption request from Jackie Friesen for Aug. 31 at Churchill Shelter in Central Park for a family reunion.
• Approved a parade request filed by the Huron High School Student Council for Sept. 26.
• Postponed a semi-annual update from Greater Huron Development Corporation.For the complete article see the 08-19-2014 issue.
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