FROM PAGE 1 Park,” Ward 2 Alderman Kevin Hendrickson said of the duplex site hemmed in on four sides by Park, 6th, Franklin, and Fifth Avenue. The lone concrete walkway along the east side of Park …
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Park,” Ward 2 Alderman Kevin Hendrickson said of the duplex site hemmed in on four sides by Park, 6th, Franklin, and Fifth Avenue.
The lone concrete walkway along the east side of Park Avenue had persisted as the last remainder on the east side of Park after the City of Stanley removed sidewalks to the north following several broken water main repairs that took place during winter some years back. Jason Meyer was among those who had questions for Krizan.
“You’re going to have some type of road base under your driveway?” he asked Krizan of the duplexes at the site.
“Oh absolutely,” Krizan replied.
“And the other question is, are you planning to have the driveway be level with the sidewalk? Meyer asked, with the apron just beyond sloping toward the roadway.
“Yes,” Krizan said of the sidewalk Council member Holly Kitchell asked Krizan a question on cleanup related to the concrete and asphalt, while others showed concern over the contrasting expansion of the two materials come winter. Each was answered in turn.
“I’m going to do it right,” local property owner and developer Travis Krizan told the Council Monday of sidewalk and driveway apron installation at the site of new duplexes on the city’s north side. “Because if I don’t, I’ll have to take it out.” In the meantime, a new development rises in north Stanley, just west of Franklin Street.
The meeting continued meanwhile on Monday August 26, shifting into a discussion between the city and various service organizations, “We’re still a community and we want to make everyone happy,” Mayor Al Haas said, “and work together.” The Red Cross would be addressed in a separate discussion. It was mentioned by one of the organization representatives present that the Rodeo was different because of its collaborative nature, while Hendrickson shared that the Rodeo was in the process of registering as the “Stan- ley Rodeo and Truck Pull" for non-profit 501c3 purposes.
More proper to the organizational use of the Community Center, Dean Samuelson of the Rod and Gun Club made an important note. “We’re here as the heads,” Samuelson said. “But we still have to go back and talk to our people.” Dusick shared that the people in the Sportmans Club didn’t expect any such donation to be “a forever thing," and that five years was pretty good. Samuel son returned to the Red Cross issue, voicing support. Could we put in that–,” he said. “I think the Red Cross is a very deserving thing.”
“We have to have a separate meeting,” Ward 2 Alderman Hendrickson said. “Trust me, it’ll get in there.”
And from there, it was voted unanimously to move the recommendation intoo regular Council consideration, Jacob Huff being absent.
Convening the regular Council meeting at 7 p.m., it was Henry Shakal as a representative from the County Redis- tricting Committee interacting first during public comment.
“You might want to count the prisoners in your population,” Shakal said of the institution south of Highway 29 within the City limits. The reason for this with newly released data from the Census bureau was that there would be more population-based grant opportunities, but Chief Lance Weiland also made a point of his own. “I just want to say that from the perspective of the emergency services, we provide them to the inmates,” Weiland said. “So they’re a part of the community.”