Public Works Director Josh Wilson presented his department’s proposed budget for the coming year, including his hope that the city buy a $55,000 piece of equipment, at a budget workshop Monday night.
A street-sweeping, vacuum truck with storm drain cleaning capabilities is on his wish list, however, the commission’s response was less than enthusiastic. The idea was that the money saved by not paying a service to clean the city’s stormwater sediment traps (about $5,000 per year) could help make the loan payment on the vehicle.
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