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La Harpe City Council Discusses Burned Building
An update was discussed concerning the burned building on Main Street Monday evening, August 13th, at the regular La Harpe City Council meeting.
The burned building is still in litigation and will possibly be sold for back taxes this October/November. Council members are hopeful that things can be resolved at this time.
It was reported the city burn pile has been abused and the city is looking into this matter.
A motion was approved to purchase a new motor for the new tower pump.
Water Commissioner Tim Graves reported on the updated EPA report.
Dates were discussed for the Fall city-wide clean up.
A motion was approved to correct the corner at 6th street and 1st Ave.
As of September 1st the garbage rate will increase to $13.80 per month.
A motion was made and seconded to renew the Class B liquor license for Ayerco. Motion carried.
The second reading of the "Administrative Ordinance" was read.
The Council adjourned at 8:20 pm. according to a report submitted by Lucretia McPeak, City Clerk.
All aldermen were present.
Also present were: Tim Graves, Justin Livingston, Dan Gillett, Wayne Humphrey, Roger Hughes, Dan Gillett, and Darryl Kraft.