Tampa City Council

Contributing writer

Progress is being made toward of improving 330th Road, between Tampa and K-15. Mayor Tim Svoboda told the city council June 7 that county Commissioner Dan Holub said the county had obtained low-interest financing from the state for a 6-inch overlay of asphalt on four miles. Work is expected to begin in July.

Power surges were blamed for $109 in repairs to a refrigerator at the senior center. The council approved the purchase of a surge protector.

Grant coordinator Rose Mary Saunders presented a resolution that the city was a drug-free workplace, which the council approved, as part of the grant process for the city’s sewer project.

Wilbert Backhus reported the line to the sewer pond had been plugged and was repaired.

The Hajek family gave the city $20 for use of tables and chairs from the senior center.

David Mueller donated a metal shelter for the ballpark. The council decided to place the shelter between bleachers and a sandbox.

Bills approved for payment included $28 for repairs at the shelter house, $148 for rock, $314 for hauling rock, $380 for maintenance of a fire extinguisher at the senior center, and $30 for chemicals.

 

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