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At their regular monthly meeting of the City Council held a week ago, they put off making a policy on who should have keys to the new Municipal Building.
A week ago Mayor John Larson suggested that a policy be created to addressed who will get keys to the building with Police Chief Robert Darwin citing regulation that only himself and other police officers would be allowed keys to the police station. The building also houses the City Hall, Library and Community Center.
The council put off any decision on the matter for a week and met Monday evening, January 24 to go over the key issue.
Many questions were put to rest during the meeting and the police department will have sole key rights to the police station.
The mayor appointed a four-member committee to come up with a key policy for the council to review.
But after the council learned that the new keys and key FOB were the same as the keys to the old Community Center and other city property, they quickly made a motion to hire a Lock Smith to get that changed because the council felt that too many people may have keys to the old Community Center.
In other action at the January 24th meeting had the Council approving a Class “B” license and temporary operator’s license application for the Friends of the Library for their Masquerade Party scheduled for Saturday, February 19.