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Pawnee City Council meets with Pawnee County Sheriff
08/14/2020
 

(KLZA)--Pawnee City Council members met with Pawnee County Sheriff Braden Lang during thier Monday night meeting.  

One of the topics covered concerned an individual stealing water from the Pawnee City Pond.  A man who lives in western Richardson County was identified as the person filling water jugs from hydrants at the campground area.  A letter has been sent to the individual and there have been not recent water thefts. 

The Council is seeking cost estimates for painting of the city water tower.  Various options will be discussed once companies have a chance to look at the water tower and prepare bids. 

The Council approved on a 3-1 vote a corrected bid from Mahoney Construction of Tecumseh for one-thousand feet of cement work to the Bike Trail.  The work will go from 11th Street, to the west edge of the bridge on the trail.  The path will be six feet wide,  six inches deep and will include rebar.  The bid approved last month was for a different project. 

Proposals for repairs at the Pawnee City Swimming Pool have been delayed due to illness. The mudjacking project to fill voids under the pool will be completed when the weather cools down this fall. 

The Council also approved the expenditure of nearly $1,000 for a driveway tube replacement project for John Dahlgren.  The tube was damaged during the water line project in 2007.  The City Foreman at the time committed to replacing the tube.  Normally the City pays $400 for a tube and $100 for rock but Dahlgren claimed that did not cover the cost of the replacement.  

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