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The Crookston City Council will meet on Monday night at 7 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall. A public hearing will be held on Police Worn Body Cameras for the Crookston Police Department and a resolution to approve the policy for use of the cameras is also on the agenda.

All remaining items are on the consent agenda including approving the July 13 meeting minutes, bills and disbursements totaling $311,588.84, approving sidewalks on Radisson Road, declaring impound vehicles as surplus property, purchasing of wetland credits, appointing 2020 election judges, accepting a grant for the Red Lake River Corridor project, amending the resolution for final candidates for City Administrator, and approving a variance for a garage at 132 Mill Street.

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