City Council adopts assessment rolls for Baxter Ave. project
The Glencoe City Council took action on two construction projects at its Monday meeting.
The council passed a resolution, by a 4-1 vote, to adopt the assesment rolls for the Baxter Avenue project after a public hearing was held. Council Member Allen Robeck voted against the resolution.
The council heard from a few members of the public regarding the project.
One resident asked about sump pump hook-ups and another about replacing sanitary sewer connections.
John Rodeberg from Short Elliot Hendrickson (SEH) said that a line will be included where residents could hook up their sump pumps, but it is not included in the cost of the project.
Public Works Director Gary Schreifels said that residents can install a new sanitary sewer line from their homes that could qualify for the city’s inflow and infiltration program, in which the city covers half the cost (up to $1,000) for the replacement.
Read the fulll story in the April 19 edition of The McLeod County Chronicle.