Lansing City Council hires new Pool Operator, hydrant flushing will continue Wednesdays of this month

by Alexis Johnson

The regular meeting of the Lansing City Council was held Monday, May 18. The discussion centered around the consent agenda, Parks report and Clerk’s report.

The consent agenda consisted of council meeting minutes from May 4, liquor license renewal for the Red Barn Resort, Marina Board minutes from May 11, and Parks Board meeting minutes from May 11. A motion was made and seconded with minimal discussion.

Curtis Snitker was hired to become the Certified Pool Operator (CPO) for the Lansing Swimming Pool. New updates are happening at the swimming pool and are forecasted to be done by the end of the month.

The City of Lansing is looking to fill its Deputy City Clerk position. The position will be available to apply for at the end of this month.

The City of Lansing Water Department will continue flushing fire hydrants each Wednesday throughout the month of May, with this Wednesday, May 20 and next Wednesday, May 27 remaining on that schedule, weather permitting. City residents should note that water may be slightly discolored during this time and are asked to plan accordingly concerning laundry and other uses during these days, allowing water to run for a few extra minutes before using it for any purpose.
 

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