Esto to pursue all available CDBG grants

Published: Wednesday, September 4, 2013 at 05:23 PM.

“I think there’s people out there looking for work all the time and if we give it to him then we’d have to give it to everyone,” said Madden. “We’re not happy.”

Council agreed to Powell’s suggestion that Austin be required to attend the Council’s monthly meeting and that if he can not attend then he should send a detailed report of the month’s activities for the Council to review.

Madden reported that they are going to purchase a shot gun from King’s Drug Store as a raffle to raise money for the Two Toe Tom Festival.

“We’re also going to but a 10 foot by 10 foot brick patio beside the building,” said Madden. “The bricks will be engraved and the patio will be called for things remembered. We’ll charge $100 for anyone who wants a message engraved on each brick and it will be in honor or memory of someone or it can be an announcement of someone’s birth or anniversary.”

Madden said that she’s still looking into signs to be put on the park’s fence for businesses to advertise for $100 a year.

“The only thing I see that could be a possible drawback is that we’ll have to maintain those signs,” said Powell. “If something happens to those signs under our care it will be our responsibility to replace them.”

Madden also added that she was looking to put a possible newsletter on the Town of Esto’s website.

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