The council also approved two resolutions relating to the acquisition of assets from the of the city’s current garbage collector, Sanitary Garbage Company.
The first resolution approved executed an agreement between the city Terracon Consultants to conduct a phase one environmental site assessment on the real estate being acquired.
Tempelmeyer estimated the study will cost $2,450.
“At the last meeting, this body approved the purchase of Sanitary Garbage assets,” Tempelmeyer explained. “Some of those assets include real estate. As part of our due diligence, we have gone ahead and retained Terracon to do a phase one environmental study of that property…Depending on what they find in the phase one, we may or may not proceed with a phase two as we move forward.”
The second resolution involved the city’s intent to reimburse certain capital expenditures related to the project.