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Jewell Clean-Up will be Monday, Oct. 24

Jewell Clean-Up will be Oct. 24

 

September 15, 2022



The Jewell City Council met in regular sessionon Tuesday, Sept. 6, at City Hall. Those in attendance were Mayor Darrell Bohnert, Council members, Josh Burks, Max Burks, Gaye Daniels, Bob Freeman, Derek Birdsell and Kristie Anderson, city clerk.

Sheriff Don Jacobs discussed a resident’s temporary holding a dog for Mankato resident.

Library board members, Marsha Ericson and Stacey Delzeit, discussed the library applying for a grant and paying the 10 percent down to have solar battery chargers that attach to benches at the lake or in the city park.

Eleanor Scott Memorial representative, Tami Howland, was present to provide a donation to the Jewell Community Center.

Kristie Anderson presented the monthly clerk’s report. Anderson gave an update on the community center and motel reservations for the month of September. She is working on the CFAP Quarterly Report that is due Oct. 1. Anderson is going to send out the domestic animal permits that are up for renewal.

David Knappert presented the monthly maintenance report. Knappert told about the projects he is currently working on. He is ordering chat rock for the streets and was going to check with two different companies. Knappert discussed hiring Tom Knappert for temporary help. It was approved to hire help and have a $2,000 limit.

Land Bank Board provided the minutes from their last meeting.

Bohnert talked about applying for a grant to add a sidewalk on the northeast and north side of the park and adding a cement handicap ramp at Emerson Lake. Jim Reed was rehired as code enforcement officer in Jewell.

Anderson said the daycare fire inspection is an annual inspection. It was approved to have Angel Keepers Daycare pay half of the inspection this year and then prepay half on the monthly rent on the inspection on the next contract year

Building permits for Daryl Cockroft and the Jewell Implement were approved.

It was approved for the city to put a 20 foot flag pole up at Emerson Lake. It was also approved for the Christian Church Memorial to put a cross up at the Emerson Lake.

The fall cleanup day was set for October 24.

 

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