Two Lamar City Council Sessions Scheduled

The first meeting for the outgoing council will begin at 6:30pm Monday night, November 14, and a half hour reception for the outgoing and incoming council will start at 7pm.

Limited activity for the first meeting will consist of an update on city sales tax revenue, the consent agenda, including the renewal of several liquor licenses, and city administrator Bill Pfeilsticker will present an update on railroad property.

The new council will begin their meeting at 7:30pm and take their oaths of office. Anne-Marie Crampton joins the council lineup, replacing Jim Larrick who decided not to run for re-election. Crampton faced no opposition in the November election.

The council will consider a different date for the final meeting of the year, which falls on December 26. Other agenda items include the loan of a 1964 fire truck from the city to the Big Timbers Museum for display; consideration of an agreement to allow fire personnel to park their vehicles on a citizen’s property on Poplar Street near the North Side Fire Station; discussion for a memorandum of understanding in which the municipal airport will provide space for air tanker aircraft used in Wildland Firefighting efforts; the council will consider an agreement a contract with an engineering firm to provide recommendations for attaining certification for the city’s levees along Willow Creek.

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