Crosby City Council moving forward with land annexations after July 26th meeting
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (7/29/21)
(Crosby, MN) — The Crosby City Council began the process of expanding the City during their regular Council meeting from Monday July 26th at the City Hall Council Chambers.
In the absence of Mayor Jim Hunter, Council member Diane Cash assumed the “acting Mayor” role for the meeting. City Administrator Matthew Hill did open discussion about the assigned Patrol Vehicle Policy for the Crosby Police Department.
The Council did hold with the current status when it comes to their patrol vehicle ordinance. Hill also did touch more on the public utility extension project costs for the new SuperOne Foods.
Approval for the amount to not exceed $108,230.82 for the utility extension was given by the Council, which also could lay the groundwork for expanding housing projects for Crosby. Ordinances for adjusting a Boundary Line in Deerwood Township and for City nonconformities and accessory structures were also approved.
During the Council Reports, Council member Chris Ryan noted more land annexations coming to Deerwood Township for City expansion.
The Crosby City Council will next hold their regular meeting on Monday, August 9th at 6pm.
More comments from the Council Chris Ryan can be found with the full interview, which can be heard here: