The Randall City Council Tuesday night met with Jane Adams of the Youth and Family Center of Hamilton County regarding the services offered by her staff. She asked the council to consider funding for the 2014 Fiscal Year in the amount of $545. The amount is the same requested for the last three years. The council verbally approved the request to be included in the city budget to be reviewed at a future meeting.
Alan Hanson updated the council on the Water Collection System Inspection held recently. As in previous inspection, there are minor items that need consideration. Hanson told the council he is working to upgrade the current chlorinator in the water plant. The council was also informed of the disinfection rule that goes into effect when sampling.
Linda Wild asked if the Randall council was planning to circulate a new questionnaire about Randall and what the citizens might like to see in the community.Wild would like to include recreation type needs in any questionnaire the city might be.
In another matter the Randall city council met with its city clerk with a list of information received from council members regarding junk and junk vehicles on residential property. After discussion it was decided that the city clerk would send out letters to those on the list giving them 60 days to comply or prepare a written plan if the task is too large to be completed in the given tme. A letter regarding a unsafe building will be sent by the city attorney.
The Randall council reviewed the proposed ordinance regarding lawn mowing of properties. After minor revisions, the new ordinance will be introduced at the December meeting.