Lansing City Council approves hiring of new Deputy City Clerk

by Alexis Johnson

The regular meeting of the Lansing City Council was held Monday, July 20 with discussion centering around the consent agenda, parks report and several hirings and appointments. The consent agenda consisted of council meeting minutes and parks board minutes from July 6, library board minutes from May 26 and marina board meeting minutes from July 6. The consent agenda was approved and seconded with minimal discussion.

Approval was given to Payment #2 and Change Order #2 for the Clear Creek Syphon FEMA project. The council also approved a reduction in the amount of $77.28 to the sewer bill at 191 South Fifth Street.

A motion was made and seconded to appoint Scott Smith to the Meehan Memorial Lansing Public Library Board of Directors. The council also approved sending an abatement letter drafted by the City Attorney for the partial removal of a fence at 661 South Front Street.

A purchase of eight molded plastic reclining lounge chairs was discussed to replace the PVC pipe pool furniture that was discarded at the Lansing swimming pool due to poor condition. A motion was made and seconded to approve the purchase of the chairs.

The council approved the hiring of Allison Hagensick as a lifeguard at the City Swimming Pool. Approval was also given to hire Julie Rethwisch as the new Deputy City Clerk at a starting wage of $16 per hour.
 

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