The application was submitted by the owners of
Funded through a
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If the city grants the funds, it is the applicant's responsibility to complete the project.
Moon said he will look into structuring the grant's disbursement similar to that of a loan disbursement to better dictate how to disperse the funds.
In other business during the Thursday morning work session, council also rehashed items discussed during last week's work session that are expected to be voted on at Monday's meeting.
One item of discussion for several months now included the city's implementation of curbside recycling.
The city is currently awaiting response from C&C sanitation on an agreement that would bring curbside recycling to the city. The proposed agreement would provide all customers with a 95-gallon cart for weekly garbage collection and residents also will be provided a 95-gallon cart for recyclables that will be picked up every other week.
The initial charge for residents for curbside garbage and recycling pickup through C&C is proposed at a total
The proposed agreement also calls for C&C to provide backdoor trash pickup to the disabled and elderly at no additional cost. Other residents may pay a
Also on Thursday, Ferguson, Moon and the city council spent the afternoon and evening interviewing the five final candidates for the soon to be vacant police chief position. The group is still deliberating and no decision has been made as of this morning.
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