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Humboldt City Council tackles long agenda
07/05/2018

(KLZA)-- The Humboldt City Council tackled a wide variety of  topics during their June 19th meeting. 

  Kelly Shupp, President of the Humboldt Chamber of  Commerce presented an estimate from Tim DeJohnge to build a portable electric panel for approximately $1,000.  The council approved paying for half of the cost.

Two items concerning chickens in the City limits were discussed. 
Evonne Fagler  has requested permission to have Therapy  Chickens. This item was referred to the  Citiy Attorney Dylan Handley to review.

Brett  Hutton is seeking permission to have chickens at his home on Cherry Lane.  Hutton lives on just over 10-acres on the west side of the community and want to have  six laying chickens and six to butcher. A motion to approve the request died for a lack of a second when a number of attendees said it was unfair to approve this request but not the request for Therapy Chickens. 

An interlocal agreement was approved between Humboldt and the Nemaha Natural Resources District for  a $13,150 Urban Special Project fund grant that will be used for the Humboldt Cancer Garden project for Fiscal Year 2019.  

It was also noted the swimming pool repairs were made and the pool opened one day later than planned for the season.  

The  Council also approved the expenditure of $6,755 for  asbestos abatement from four properties in Humboldt.  Bockmann Inc. Facility & Environmental Solutions will remove and dispose of asbestos materials from the properties that are to then be burned down.  

A  house at 517, 4th Street was also added to the asbestos abatement list  to be inspected.  
 

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