WeLead new non permanent property for West Liberty city authorities | Community

WEST LIBERTY — West Liberty’s city government is at residence — briefly — in WeLead’s downtown facility as renovation of the City Hall/Police Section facility will get underway.

Tuesday night’s City Council conference, by means of Zoom, took spot in the place rented from WeLead. Town Clerk Lee Geertz informed the Metropolis Council the go went easily. “We have been equipped to open the doorways and provide people today on Friday (Feb. 26),” Geertz mentioned.

The council recognized the very low bid of $441,570 from S.G. Design of West Burlington for the Police and City Corridor Enhancement Job. Bond proceeds will give $400,000, and area selection gross sales tax proceeds will deliver $41,570.

Residence Revenue

Two metropolis-owned properties will go back on the tax rolls soon after acceptance of their income by the council Tuesday night. The council permitted the sale of the structure at 115 East 3rd Avenue in downtown West Liberty to WLFE LLC for $18,000. WFLE’s plans incorporate renovating the very first floor for business use and the next flooring for two residences. And the council permitted the sale of the vacant good deal at 505 East 1st Street to Kenneth and Susan Morrison of West Liberty for $9,000. The Morrisons strategy to build and offer a one spouse and children home there.

Metropolis Designs

Interim City Supervisor Elizabeth Hansen documented the research for a permanent major administrator is underway. She advised a drop retreat be scheduled with the new town supervisor, delivered 1 is in place by then. She documented the plans and objectives she assisted the council in setting are remaining met with a couple exceptions. “Other than that, you are on keep track of with all of your goals,” she informed the council.