The Crookston City Council will meet Monday, August 10 at 7 p.m. in the council chambers at Crookston’s city hall. All items for the meeting are on the consent agenda including approving past meeting minutes and bills and disbursements totaling $146,620.91. Also included is an amendment to the COVID-19 Preparedness Plan, a memorandum of agreement with the Red Lake River Corridor, partial payment for 2020 Street Improvements, a petition for street improvement on Grant Street, and calls for public hearings to vacate properties on West 5th Street and N Front, and for tax abatement of properties in the housing incentive program.
The Ways & Means Committee will discuss an equipment replacement for $200,000 within the city wastewater system that can’t be repaired. They will consider a proposal for a mixed-use building in Crookston and decide whether to move forward with public comments, and they will have a discussion on activities of the potentially reorganized Crookston Visitor’s Bureau. The committee will also begin reviewing the proposed 2021 budget by reviewing the Parks and Recreation, and Public Works Department budgets.