Wamac City Council Moving Forward with Demolishing Fairview Trailer Court
The Council approved a 36-month contract with CTS for a new telephone and security system for the new city hall building. The system also includes a disaster recovery service. The Council approved several change orders related to the new city hall building. This includes $7,525 for soil stabilization, $6,943 for painting, $3,836 for cabinets and installation, $2,970 for plumbing fixtures and accessories and $1,479 for counter space. The Council approved a pay request from Shores Builders of Centralia in the amount of $139,478.80 for the new city hall. The Council also approved a contract with McNeil Flooring in the amount of $11,162.40 for tile work.
The Council approved an ordinance setting impoundment administrative fees. If your car is towed for abandonment, it will cost you $50 in addition to the towing company's fees inside the city limits. If your car is towed for misdemeanors, it will cost you $125 in addition to the towing company's fees inside the city limits. If your car is towed for felonies and DUI's, it will cost you $250 in addition to the towing company's fees inside the city limits.
In other Council action, the Council approved an ordinance amendment regarding part-time police officers. An minimal age and education limit is now required to be a police officer. You must be at least 21-years-old and have a high school diploma or GED in order to be a police officer in Wamac. The Council approved a CDAP housing grant application for a fourth home in Wamac. The Council approved annexing a piece of city park property.
The City of Wamac will be having a workship session on Monday, January 28th at 5:30 p.m. to discuss the 100th Year Anniversary of the town. The community is welcomed to attend the meeting and give their opinion.
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