LANCASTER CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
The Lancaster City
Council met for its regular meeting on Wednesday, April 14, 2010, at
7:00 p.m. in the City Hall. The following members were
present: Rice, Olson, Nordin, Swenson and Stenquest.
Nordin moved to approve the minutes of the
March 10, 2020 Regular meeting, seconded by Olson and carried
unanimously. A copy of the Minutes will be
posted at the
and U.S. Post Office and available upon request to the
Council reviewed the April 2010 Bills to be
paid. Swebsib moved to approve the bills for payment, second by
Stenquist and carried unanimously. An abstract of bills will be
posted with the minutes and are available upon request to the
American Legion Post #214 presented a renewal
Lease for Pulltab sales at the Liquor Store, there are no changes
the payment amount is 20% of gross profits per month less cash
shortages. Stenquist moved to accept the
renewal and allow the Mayor to sign the lease, second by Olson and
Clerk reported that the Liquor Store has
adequate funds to transfer the last $10,000.00 that was transferred
to the Liquor Store 2 years ago when the Liquor Store was not
showing a profit. Stenquist moved to transfer
$10,000.00 from the Liquor Store fund to the General fund, second by
Swenson and carried.
Leon Heath, with Northwest Regional Development
Commission met with the council to update the council on the current
economic development projects locally and region wide.
Clerk discussed the need for an updated
computer, monitor and printer that was included in the 2010 budget.
Nordin moved to allow the clerk to purchase the new system not to
exceed $2500.00, second by Olson and carried.
The mayor reported on the demolition quotes for
the old Homstad garage purchased from Donald Burton.
quotes were from Glenn Anderson Construction in the amount of
$11,750.00 and Ralph Twamley quoted $15,350.00 for the demolition
and removal of the building and well closure.
moved to accept the low quote from Glenn Anderson Construction,
second by Olson and carried.
The council discussed the purchase of the north
125’ of John Beneke’s property next to the Cemetery for expansion of
The council directed the Mayor to
negotiate a price with John Beneke.
Stenquist gave the council an update on the
Community Center project. A fundraiser breakfast was recently
The council discussed the hiring of a part time
person to collect camping fees and clean at the campground, this
person would also clean at the sports complex and centennial
hall. Swenson move to hire Cassie Nordin, second by Olson and
Council discussed future
Local Government Aid cuts.
Council reviewed the
and Liquor Store
Council Adjourned as there was no further