The Langdon city commissioners held their meeting this past Monday night.
By Melissa Anderson
The commissioners received an update on the water testing for a new source of water. The State Water Commission have already drilled test wells and conducted tests. One additional well may be needed to test how the rate at which the aquifer replenishes. Moore Engineering will be meeting with the State Water Commission in the near future and will have more updates on potential state funding for the project.
The commissioners have also received confirmation for the street improvment project wth Dennis Luhmann. The city updated the wording of the contract with Luhmann, which he has signed and is now waiting for signatures from the Langdon City Commissioners. The materials for the project have been ordered.
Norb Schneider along with a few other residents presented their concerns about the zoning along the frontage road on Highway 5. The area that Lance Schill purchased was zoned commercial and the residents are concerned about the construction project that Schill had proposed to do.
The commissioners informed the residents that currently the building project is at a standstill due to the NDDOT denying the request for a temporary approach to the proposed building site.
In Other Business
• Department Reports: all departments running smoothly an d nothing out of the ordinary.
• Sandy Hennager asked if she would need a permit to open a beauty salon in her basement and a building permit for updates to her electrical and plumbing. She will be having the State Board of Cosmetology inspect her proposed space prior to opening.
• Sporty’s was granted two catering permits for upcoming weddings.
• The city will be renewing insurance. A bid will be placed in the upcoming issues of the paper.
• City budget was discussed.