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Falls City Council meets

(KLZA)--The Falls City Council heard from Falls City Assistant Police Chief Pat Stamper on a request to apply for a USDA grant for equipment when they met Monday evening. The funds would be used for two new patrol units and other equipment. The council approved the grant.

Also during the meeting the council approved a contract between the City and USDI for design services for the gas main and service line replacement for $31,400 as recommended by the Board of Public Works.

The Council also approved the appointment of Tracy Burns as Deputy City Attorney and the hiring of Luke Keller as a police officer.


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