Council gives initial approval to annexation
RANDOLPH — The Randolph City Council welcomed a new member at the Sept. 2 meeting.
Dennis Bazata replaces Tim Lemmons, who resigned to take a new job promotion outside of Randolph.
The council approved the first reading of Ordinance 704 of the Annexation plan to extend the corporate limits of Randolph.
Also at the meeting, a propane tank permit was approved for Kevin Gubbels at 502 Broadway Street in Randolph.
Gubbels will be allowed to install a propane tank on the south side of his garage provided he follows the proper safety guidelines.
The city council entered executive session to discuss a $2,000 land purchase agreement pending with Rich Olson.
The council approved a special liquor license permit for Jerry's Hilltop for the Sept. 26 Thelen wedding at the city auditorium.
A resolution was also passed authorizing the sale of the city’s 1966 Ford flatbed Truck and a 1979 GMC 6000 dump truck. The vehicles will be sold to the highest bidder after being advertised in The Randolph Times. A minimum bid of $2,500 for each will be accepted. There are no guarantees or warranties, express or implied. The sealed bids are placed with the Randolph City Administrator and will be accepted until noon, Sept. 23. The vehicles must be paid for within 24 hours. There will also be an administrative fee of $75.
The council approved a resolution for 2020- 12 LARM 2020-21 Pool Year Renewal. Council approved a 3-year commitment with the League Association of Risk Management (LARM).
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