Falls City Council takes action on truck purchases

(KLZA)-- The Falls City Council approved the purchase of four trucks for the City when they met Monday evening.

The purchase of four trucks approved to be purchased from Hullman's Ford of Falls City for delivery in 2023 have been cancelled by Ford with the trucks not being built.

Monday night the Council approved the purchase of a 2024 F-550 truck from Woodhouse Ford which is currently on their lot, in amount of $58,745.

The Council also approved the purchase of two, 2024, F-600 trucks and one 2024 F-350 pickup from Hullman's Ford-Lincoln in Falls City. The F-600's will cost $60,892 and the F-350 will cost $55,303. All three of the trucks are to be built in 2024.

In other action Monday night the Council approved the appointment of Jim Brown to the Falls City Volunteer Fire Department and also approved resolutions to abate outside nuisances at two locations.

The property at 1719 Wilson Street has bee deemed a menace to the public health or safety due to weeds, litter violations and appliances in the yard. The City Attorney is authorized by the resolution to bring a civil action to abate the nuisance, including the request that the property be demolished.

A property at 2101 Barada Street was also deemed a menace to the public health or safety due to weeds and grasses. Upon obtaining a judgment, the City may take action to abate the nuisances and collect the cost thereof.

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