Lifelong Norwalk resident, St. Paul graduate has worked for Norwalk since 2005.
Mayor Duncan says time is not right for 0.8-mil replacement levy.
Norwalk council members also OK amendment to drug-free work place policy.
City employees will need to notify their supervisors they are taking medication which has symptoms or side effects that affect their daily duties.
Parks and recreation department is “getting quotes for the project.”
Water playground will be “20 feet to the east of the zero-depth entry” of the outside pool.
Norwalk Mayor Rob Duncan considers Strawberry Festival “a success.”
Patients will be transported to the facilities where they want to go.
Bids for the new Norwalk fire station will be advertised for 3 weeks starting July 7.
Chief Soisson: “I really appreciate the council’s support.”
City council to discuss several supplemental budgetary items, including funding for construction of a splash pad at the Ernsthausen Community Center.
Council has first reading on bond-anticipation notes for fire station.
“That means we are doubling down on our drug investigations,” Norwalk Police Chief Dave Light said after Tuesday’s meeting.
“A yes vote doesn’t guarantee it will be built; it opens doors.”
Mushett: “If we can’t afford what we have, why are we voluntarily adding to it?”