Published On: Fri, Jun 2nd, 2017

Wifi now available at city auditorium

OSMOND — The Osmond City Council met Monday, May 8, with a number of items on the agenda, including drainage issues, planning and zoning commission replacements and city auditorium wifi.
Discussion continued on drainage issues for the alley behind the Alan Ekberg residents. Engineers have staked out the alley from the north to the south culverts with a 12-inch to 15-inch drop from the culvert to the manhole. Plans are to remove ring extensions to gain a five- to six-inch drop to get the needed slope.  They will have to shave off the sloped area and cement a 6-ft.-by-6-ft. or 8-ft.-by-8-ft. pad to protect the manhole. They can get most of the drop west of the manhole covered. City workers anticipated work to begin by end of May.
Tom Kruse informed the board that Walter Aschoff had inquired about getting a dumpster at his residence. The concern was that city workers would have to deviate slightly from their normal route on Highway 20. Because of uncertainty as to the going rate for non-business use, Keith’s Sanitation will be contacted to get quotes for country residential rates.

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