The Manchester City Council met Monday night.
The council held a public hearing on a proposal to enter into a Water Revenue Loan and Disbursement Agreement. It’s for the purpose of planning and designing a water main loop from West Main Street to Burrington Road along Highway 13. No one spoke for or against the proposal. The council approved authorizing the $96,500 Water Revenue Loan and Disbursement Agreement Anticipation Project Note.
A public hearing was also held on the proposed development agreement with Joe Hildebrand/Bailey Drive Estates, including annual tax increment payment in an amount not to exceed $112,000. No one spoke during the public hearing, with the council voting to approve that agreement.
The Manchester City Council also approved a purchase agreement of $15,000 for property at 104 North Tama Street, owned by GNB Bank.
And City staff has been alerted that the CN Railroad is in the process of erecting a 340-foot communication tower adjacent to their facility on Jasper Street.
We’ll have more on those stories coming up this week on KMCH.