The Langdon City Commission met on Monday, April 11 and had a short agenda.
Posted on 4/16/16
By Melissa Anderson
The commission discussed the upcoming informational meeting concerning the proposed water project and ordinance with Northeast Regional Water District (NRWD) General Manager Gordon Johnson.
The commission and Johnson discussed the format of the meeting and agreed that each would stay in contact leading up to the meeting and hold a short meeting to go over what each will present.
The commission and Johnson agreed that this upcoming meeting could not be run like the meeting held a year ago in which the two engineering firms dictated the meeting. The engineering firms, Moore Engineering for the City of Langdon and Advanced Engineering and Environmental Systems (AE2S) for NRWD, will be present to answer any technical questions. The main presentations concerning the water project and the back-up options that the city has should the project be voted down will be presented by Johnson and Langdon City Commissioner Chuck Downs.
In Other Business
• Langdon City Auditor RoxAnne Hoffarth informed the commission that the equalization meeting will take place on Monday, April 25 following the regular city commission meeting.
• The commission approved a zoning request submitted by Dave Welsh to change a property from residential to commerrical.
• The commission approved a catering permit for a pool tournament.
• Department reports were given. The departments are running smoothly. The street department is prepping equipment for summer street maintenance. The city water plant began discharging the lagoon.
Commissioner Marty Tetrault spoke with Langdon Area School District Superintendent Mark Mindt about the school’s desire to exclusively contract the Langdon Acivity Center (LAC) gym for practices during the school year. Tetrault asked LAC Director Judy Lill to meet with Mindt and work out details.