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Randall City Council approves membership with Hamilton County S.E.E.D.
Posted: Oct 10 2012 by ppowers

The Randall City Council Tuesday night approved rejoining the Hamilton County S.E.E.D. economic development organization. Kim Kalvik of the Junk Jypsy spoke to the council to look into the possibility of rejoining S.E.E.D. so that she might be able to pursue grants for improvements to her property. Kalvik met with several business owners and got mixed interest about business support for rejoining Hamilton County S.E.E.D.  Based on the interest of several business owners, the Randall council approve rejoining S.E.E.D. with the city council paying half of the annual dues and business owners paying the other half.

The council also reviewed a letter sent to citizens regarding junk and junk vehicles, lawn mowing, snow removal and sidewalk improvement grants. Council members have been asked to check properties to find vehicles and junk that needs to be removed from properties per the code of ordinance. Once the list is compiled,the city attorney will be asked to send letters to offenders asking them to remove junk vehicles and junk from their properties.

In one other matter,the work on seal coating city streets in Randall will begin this weekend weather permitting.

The council set Wednesday,October 31st from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m as Beggar's Night in Randall.

The Randall City Council Tuesday night approved rejoining the Hamilton County S.E.E.D. economic development organization. Kim Kalvik of the Junk Jypsy spoke to the council to look into the possibility of rejoining S.E.E.D. so that she might be able to pursue grants for improvements to her property. Kalvik met with several business owners and got mixed interest about business support for rejoining Hamilton County S.E.E.D.  Based on the interest of several business owners, the Randall council approve rejoining S.E.E.D. with the city council paying half of the annual dues and business owners paying the other half.

The council also reviewed a letter sent to citizens regarding junk and junk vehicles, lawn mowing, snow removal and sidewalk improvement grants. Council members have been asked to check properties to find vehicles and junk that needs to be removed from properties per the code of ordinance. Once the list is compiled,the city attorney will be asked to send letters to offenders asking them to remove junk vehicles and junk from their properties.

In one other matter,the work on seal coating city streets in Randall will begin this weekend weather permitting.

The council set Wednesday,October 31st from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m as Beggar's Night in Randall.

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