Crosby City Council meeting from February 22nd
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (2/25/21)
(Crosby, MN) — The Crosby City Council held discussion with the Cuyuna Lakes Chamber of Commerce and gave updates on upcoming projects during the February 22nd meeting from the Council Chambers.
City Administrator Matthew Hill presented the summary of the Impervious Coverage Ordinance.
The Council approved the summary to be published in the Crosby-Ironton Courier. Action was taken on a request from the Cuyuna Range Food Shelf.
The Council voted to waive the late fees for the water service to the Cuyuna Range Food Shelf but the property owner will still have to pay the amount for the monthly bill. Mayor James Hunter also mentioned his willingness to pay the bill himself. Discussion was held on a Memorandum of Understanding between the Council and the Cuyuna Lakes Chamber of Commerce.
Chamber President Matt Larson offered reassurance of keeping the relationship between the Council and Chamber prosperous for all.
A request of $5,000 for Crosby Heritage Days for advertising needs was changed to a $3,500 request and was approved by the Council. Approval was also given to items including to make application to and accept funds from the IRRRB Board Grant program, the Probationary Period Performance Review, and a request from the Cuyuna Lakes Chamber for the Visitor Guide.
The Crosby City Council will next meet on Monday, March 8th at 6pm from the City Council Chambers.