All members of the Council were present along with Ryan’s attorney as the council undertook the business in the interest of the town of Ryan.
Deborah Reynolds read the treasurer’s report for the month ending on February 28, 2018. The report was approved unanimously.
The minutes of the previous meeting were approved.
The purchase orders and claims were approved for the month of November.
Next, the council discussed a request of the Ryan Public Schools to possibly place a wireless antenna on the town water tower. The city attorney, Kenzie Wheeler, suggested that the school sign a liability waiver. The antenna will be used to broadcast an internet signal from the school to the football field.
Ryan voted to sponsor an Easter Egg Hunt in the park on Saturday, March 24, 2018.
The council voted to pass Resolution 2018-01 reducing the commercial polecat rate from $30.00 to $19.50 per month.
Ryan will publish a request for bids for the cemetery mowing contract for the Fiscal Year ending June 30, 2019.
Under new business, the council said the Ryan water will be turned off this coming Saturday in order to facilitate repairs. It is believed that the water could be turned back on by noon or soon thereafter.
The Utility Authority Meeting began immediately after the conclusion of the regular town meeting.
The minutes for the previous meeting were approved.
Next, the council approved paying the bills and claims for the month of February.
The council voted to purchase 2 (15 KVA Reclosures from T&R Electric for a total cost of $13,700. The current ones haven’t been replaced in at least 60 years. The new ones will be more efficient and dependable. The reclosures act like a circuit breaker. One services the north side of town and the other the south side of town.
There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned.