Crosby City Council touches on trespassing concerns, Street Project assessment at October 11th meeting
By Paul Vold email@example.com (10/13/21)
(Crosby, MN) — The Crosby City Council convened on Monday to review recent City improvement work and review a request from a local organization from the City Hall Council Chambers.
The Council did approve the resignation of Shane Taylor from the Public Works Department and accepted donations out of the Consent Agenda.
City Administrator Matthew Hill opened discussion for the Council on trespassing concerns at “Pump House Point”.
The City of Crosby will be evaluating options of signage to deter trespassing that will go up in the Spring. Discussion on the Master Agreement with Deerwood Technologies was tabled until the next Council meeting, pending review by the City Attorney. Administrator Hill also elaborated more on the approval of payment to AutoSmith Services for work completed on the Public Works 1-ton truck.
The payment was approved by the Council, as well as a request from the Snow Serpents Snowmobile Club to have a trail run on Unimproved 1st Avenue NE. Administrator Hill brought forth the resolution for the assessment of the 2020 Street Project.
The resolution for the assessment was approved by the Council and a request for fencing at 224 5th Street NW was also approved.