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Jamestown City Council approves special assessments for project

The Jamestown City Council met Tuesday, July 5.

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JAMESTOWN – The Jamestown City Council unanimously approved on Tuesday, July 5, the special assessments for the 2021 seal coat, patching, construction and reconstruction district #21-41 in the total amount of more than $2.4 million.

The city of Jamestown’s share is more than $391,000, while more than $2 million will be assessed to benefited properties within the district.

The Jamestown City Council unanimously approved the advertisement for bids for one tractor for the wastewater department.

The tractor will be used for mowing grass, road grading and snow removal.

MORE STORIES RELATED TO THE JAMESTOWN CITY COUNCIL:
The Jamestown City Council met Monday, Aug. 1.

In other business, the City Council unanimously approved:

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  • Councilmen Dan Buchanan and David Steels as the president and vice president, respectively, of the City Council. 
  • the appointment of Leo Ryan to serve as city attorney and city prosecutor and Abbagail Geroux to serve as assistant city attorney and assistant city prosecutor for two-year terms that will expire in 2024.
  • the appointment of Tonya Duffy to serve as a special city prosecutor for a two-year term that will expire in 2024.
  • the appointment of Steele to serve on the Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. Board of Directors and the Stutsman County Zoning Board for a two-year term that will expire in 2024.
Masaki Ova joined The Jamestown Sun in August 2021 as a reporter. He grew up on a farm near Pingree, N.D. He majored in communications at the University of Jamestown, N.D.
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