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Spring Valley purchases playground equipment

Mon, Feb 20th, 2012
Posted in Spring Valley Features

The agenda for Monday night’s City Council meeting was very short, in fact the meeting didn’t quite last to the 10 minute point.

First on the agenda was reviewing a possible violation of the Junk Ordinance. There was time set aside for reviewing the possible violation and then soliciting public testimony. City Administrator Deb Zimmer said that Kevin Beck had been dealing with the issue, and he said that the property is now cleaned up so there doesn’t need to be a public hearing. The Council agreed and the Public Hearing was closed with no additional information.

Council approved the Minutes from the January 23 meetings for approval.

Approval was also given to the February Preliminary Accounts Payables.

The main item on the agenda was the purchase of playground equipment at Willow Park. Approval was given to purchase a 2-bay arch swing with belt seats for $1,476 and a Mogul Slide with Steps for $1,828. Both were purchased from Miracle Recreation. Administrator Zimmer said this summer the council will be looking for a purchase of bigger equipment and to work with the Kiwanis Club in securing matching funds.

In reports from the Commissioners, Bill Bires said that he had met with John Fenske regarding the budget, which has been showing a deficit for the last couple of years. Bires said that most of the items that have contributed to the deficit have been at the direction and approval of the council.

Zimmer reminded the Council that the Board of Review is scheduled for April 9 at 5:30 pm.

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