The Rundown (11/21/22)

November 21, 2022

November 21, 2022

-The Council approved the plans and specifications for the Rainbow/Maxson Street Project. The project will include the reconstruction of the streets and a 10-foot wide walking trail on the north side of Rainbow to the Dutton Sports Complex complete with lighting.

-The city council approved allocating some of the ARPA and SLRF funding for community financial support. Specifically, $120,000 to the Ministerial Association, $20,000 to the food pantry, and $10,000 to the WL Community School Foundation to assist students K-12.

-The West Liberty Food Pantry would like to remind the public that it’s here to help, and community members can use the pantry to apply for Christmas Boxes.

-The Fire and EMS Task Force has put together a preliminary draft for 28e Agency, with hopes of finalizing a draft to be put before the City Council, Rural Trustees and Fire/EMS Volunteers.

-The West Liberty Police Department is looking for donations for its annual Shop with a Cop Program. Money to help fund the project can be donated to City Hall or the program’s partner WeLead.

-The City is working with Tri City Security to install security cameras at city facilities. The system is being paid for by ARPA funds.