Committee Discusses Crack Seal Project
At a meeting Wednesday afternoon, the city of Rugby’s Buildings-Property-Infrastructure Committee discussed another aspect of the city’s street repair project.
The committee discussed sealing of cracks in streets. Committee chairman Neil Lotvedt said it would not be a part of the chip seal project, as the chip seal would only revamp the streets rather than level them.
Lotvedt said the council could act on the crack seal project at its next meeting.
The committee discussed city building maintenance requests, particularly at the Swimming Pool. The committee made repair of the air exchange system a priority. The system, which includes ventilation and fans, is used to help control humidity within the building.
The committee discussed annexation of property north of town. Rugby mayor Arland Geiszler said he had been approached by Paul Niemi in regards to the annexation process. Geiszler said the talks had been in the preliminary stages and that no action would be taken this year.
Geiszler said there was a hole that would need to be fixed in the city shop.
The committee discussed the road extension project near the new sites of Gooseneck Implement and Farm Credit Services, and approved a motion to participate.
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