Crosby City Council discusses what to about putting up Christmas decorations
By Paul Vold email@example.com (12/20/21)
(Crosby, MN) — During the December 12th Crosby City Council meeting, Council members did talk about having new Christmas decorations displayed in the downtown corridor and the delay that has gone with it.
One of the hurdles has been getting the manpower needed, with City employees and the Union unable to come to a full agreement on the timing.
The Council was prepared to send out a sub-contract for volunteers to put up the decorations but City Administrator Matthew Hill noted that legally binding contracts with the union would not allow for it to happen.
Following talks of putting brackets up for the decorations would take 3 hours to do, the Council made a motion to bring an outside entity to put up the decorations if permission is granted from the union.
The Crosby City Council will next meet on Monday, December 27th at the City Hall Council Chambers.