City council meets, discusses varied agenda items

OSMOND — The Osmond City Council met Monday, July 9, at the city office, with a number of issues on the agenda.

Bank Alley Issues Continue

Security Bank representative Aaron Gutz brought to council members’ attention that the alley behind the bank is in need of concrete to fill in the holes that continue to wash out. Rock and dirt have not remedied the problem area, and bank customers continue to complain that the ruts and large holes are a big nuisance when trying to navigate the bank drive-through. Gutz said that Security Bank has given the clearance to go ahead and make repairs and has offered to contribute 25% towards cost of the repairs. Councilman Doug Schmit stated that it would be necessary to get a tractor with a blade to get the area prepared and to get an approach made for the concreted pathway. It was decided that Schmit and Gutz should bring information and prices to the next regular council meeting.

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