Esto told why town was denied grant

Published: Monday, February 11, 2013 at 11:52 AM.

“We should also see about getting some items to raffle off, like a flat screen T.V.,” she said. “Items like that will pay for themselves in raffles.”

Town Attorney Jeff Goodman said that he had finished the waiver to be signed by Ray Reynolds, representative for E. W. Carswell, in order for the town to use the plates to have more “This is the Place” books printed; the letter to property owners who have not started cleaning up their properties per their clean-up ordinances; and the town’s mobile home ordinance to be ready for signing at next month’s town council meeting.

“What I need to know is what do you want me to do about this garbage collection ordinance,” said Goodman.

After much discussion the town council explained they want a unified collection agency in Esto that the town could make money on with minimal risks.

Goodman asked that the town give him time to research ways of doing this and he would try to get a proposal to the council at the next town council meeting.

The next regularly scheduled Esto Town Council meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 5 at the Esto Town Hall.

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