The Casey City Council recently met to cover waterline and property items.
A major waterline project headlined Casey City Council’s meeting agenda on Monday, March 21, with ongoing construction work, committee reports, financial updates and real estate transactions also on the schedule for discussion.
The Casey-Marshall Waterline project continued review and discussion; Michael Nichols reported on results of a March 17 meeting regarding its progress. Council plans both to approve the contract and to purchase land and sign a lease agreement for the project’s proposed booster station.
Routine business will comprise approval of previous minutes, March bills to date, invoices for specific purchases and cash and investment reports for February and March. Additionally, Nichols will update the council on pending union negotiations; and Steve Jenkins will report on finance results from a March 17 session.
Mayor Everett Bolin will address the council after attorney Lucas Mette, Utilities Superintendent Shelby Biggs, Police Chief Mark Jenkins, City Collector Jeremy Mumford, Park Activity Director David Hutton, Fire Chief Jason Garver and Emergency Management Director D.J. Brewer present reports from their respective departments.
The public is welcome to attend, and any citizens wishing to address the council are encouraged to pre-register. With 15 minutes designated for input, those desiring to offer comments or questions are requested to abide by time limits.
Casey’s City Hall is located at 108 East Main St.