MENDOTA – The Mendota City Council handled several items of business at its Aug. 19 regular meeting.
Alderman Walt Weiland reported that a sample from the new water pump station east of town has been sent out to be analyzed, and most likely, the new well will be up and running by the third quarter of next year.
The council acted on a pair of items from Alderman Bill Hunt's report. The first was to adopt an ordinance allowing for an early retirement incentive for city workers.
The second item was an agreement for servicing of the city's iFiber infrastructure for a five-year period at $9,600 per year.
Alderman Paul Norris reminded residents that city workers will not pick up debris from trees and bushes that is generated by the homeowner. The city will only remove such items from peoples' property following a storm.
In action from Alderman Justin Setchell's report, the council approved a liquor license for the new CVS Pharmacy store.
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