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Horseshoe Bend gives $750 to fire department

Wednesday, December 5, 2001

Horseshoe Bend City Council met Nov. 19. All members except Al Farrior and Lynn Vickery were present. Also present were Mayor Bob Spear, Recor-der/Treasurer Sally Pohl, City Attorney Jim Short, citizens and three members of the press.The mayor read a letter from Frank Tracz announcing his resignation from the Board of Zoning Adjustments. The mayor accepted the resignation and thanked Tracz for his many years of service.The mayor read a letter from the city of Highland by which they had forwarded their check to the city for reimbursement of training costs of former police officer Hank Harris.George Evans moved that Ordinance No. 2001-06, as proposed in October, be amended to state that one member of the Industrial Commission shall be a city council member. The motion carried unanimously.Goldie Larson moved that the city give $750 to the fire department as recommended by the Finance Committee. The motion carried unanimously.Larson moved that the city continue to furnish AD&D insurance for all elected officials and department heads, as recommended by the Finance Committee. The motion carried unanimously.Larson also moved that the city have NAEC install a security light in the park on Bend Circle in the mobile estates and pay the monthly fee for the same, as recommended by the Finance Committee. The motion carried unanimously.The mayor brought up the matter of outside wood-burning furnaces and asked that the Planning Commission look into this situation and make recommendations as to how the matter of smoke pollution can be abated.The mayor reported that he is looking into reactivating the Sewer Commission as requested by the Planning Commis-sion.



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