Lansing City Council appoints John Anderson as new City Attorney, hears report on Main Street well

by Macie Hill

The regular meeting of the Lansing City Council was held Monday, March 18. Discussion centered around the adoption of the consent agenda, a People Service update and appointing a new city attorney.

The consent agenda consisted of council meeting minutes from March 4 and March 11, liquor license renewal for Red Barn Resort and Main Channel Grill, the Treasurer’s report for February, and the transfer of $718.40 from the Trust fund to the General fund to cover playground expenses. A motion was made and seconded to approve that consent agenda without any concerns.

February 20 the People Service Department in charge of the City’s water infrastructure received the lab report and the new water permit from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for the City’s Main Street well. The report explained that the well tested 5.5 for Radium, which is just over the 5.4 threshold required for taking additional prevention measures. The new permit states that the City now has to test that Main Street well water supply quarterly in addition to all of the previous sampling the City is required to do.

The council appointed John Anderson to be the new Lansing City Attorney.
 

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