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From The News-Courier staff—
BENJAMIN—The Benjamin City Council accepted a bid of $315 from Kip Pool for the old city safe and announced it would accept sealed bids on the city’s motor grader at city Hall until Dec. 21 during its regular monthly meeting last Monday.
In addition, the council approved the annual audits presented by Fullerton & Associates and OKed deleting signatures on signature card at Citizens Bank, replacing with Janet Reed, Jason Doran, Charles Griffith, Sheila Kuehler, Jim Cowen, Jon Faris and Joy Lynn Pool.
Action was tabled on utility collections and policy and procedures fees until further information can be gathered Mayor Janet Reed also advised the council that there had been some vandalism at the City Lake. The lock had been cut and chain stolen from the gate around the lake station, the “No Firearms” sign is gone and a cover lid had been flipped off.
In addition, she reported on how collections were going on the delinquent accounts 30+ days and reports from Ronny White, the Director of Public/Water Works and
Director of General Maintenance, including fixed water leaks, chipping branches, mowing, RO operations, water testing and fixed down signal lines from water tower to Lake Station.