Council to review ORV ordinance

The City Council of Webster City will revisit the ordinance related to off-road vehicle use within the city limits Monday night when the council meets in regular session.

Members of the public can join the meeting by logging onto the Zoom platform and entering the meeting ID 847 7260 5588. The meeting will also be live-streamed on the city’s Facebook page.

At a recent meeting, the council was asked to ease the restrictions on certain streets in the community for ORV.

The council will also consider an update to the city’s employee handbook.The city consolidated the materials into one handbook in 2015 in order to make the document more user friendly. The handbooks are distributed to all employees and will continue to be reviewed and updated as needed, according to a memo from City Manager Daniel Ortiz-Hernandez and Beth Chelesvig, administrative services director.

A public hearing is expected to be set for Monday, Dec. 20 to consider reprecincting and redistricting following the results of the 2020 census. The city will have until Jan. 3 to file any reprecincting with the Secretary of State.

The council will also look approving the final acceptance of the Edgewood Water Main Loop project Monday night. The project is complete and a final payment and release of the retainage is expected to be approved.

A request from the street department to seek bids for concrete crushing in the Spring 2022 will be considered.

The council is also expected to consider authorizing an agreement with Robb’s Tree and Stump Service of Story City for 2022 tree trimming and removal services.

The minor subdivision plat of the J Miller Addition to Hamilton County will be considered. The Planning and Zoning Commission recommended approval of the plat in November. The property in question is located on 201th Street just north of the city corporate limits but within the 2-mile jurisdiction.

The council will also look at a request from the engineering tech/project coordinator to seek bids to repair and paint the outdoor pool slide.


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