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Falls City Council approves Prichard Auditorium project
11/08/2019

(KLZA)-- Falls City Council members approved the expenditure of $1,164 to refinish the floor at Prichard  Auditorium when they met Monday evening.  

Dan Pfister who works for a company in St. Joseph offered to donate his labor to do the project. It's estimated the floor has not been refinished for around 20 years.

When the work is done, no one will be allowed  on the floor for approximately one week.

The vote was 7-1 with Councilman Derek Leyden casting the nay vote. 

The Council also voted 7-1 to approve a request from Falls City Public Schools to be allowed not to replace a sidewalk along East 9th Street along school property.  Council member Amber Holle cast the nay vote. 

City Administrator Gary Jorn noted the City Crew is doing crack sealing on the east-west City streets.  He asked that residents living on east-west streets from 23rd Street south not park on those streets for seven days while the Street Crew puts down tar on the cracks in the streets. 

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