Mound City Aldermen discuss operating businesses from homes

(KLZA)-- The Mound City Board of Aldermen met January 11.

The annual contract fee paid to the Rural Fire District in an amount of $35,343 was presented to Rural Fire District Board member Cliff Robbins. The Aldermen thanked Robbins for all the Rural Fire District does in the city.

The Board discussed information from the City Attorney regarding residential properties used as commercial. The Council agreed to follow the suggestions of the Attorney and declare the use of residential property as a commercial property not permittable. City Clerk Annissa Brandon will contact the City Attorney to discuss further action.

Police Chief John Panning reported the new body cameras would require additional equipment that was not stated in the initial quote. Council members agreed to send the new body cameras back and look at other options.

A bid from Waldinger Corporation for the annual Lift Station inspection was approved at a bid of $3,875. A bid to repair the high-pressure line at the Lift Station was also awarded to the Waldinger Corporation in an amount of $6,975.

The addition of a fence on the west side of the City Hall building in Mound City in the new wall project was approved at a cost of $5,244.

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