Finance director Diane Eschen retired Aug. 31 after 44 years of serving the city.
Council members also passed ordinance to welcome an indoor air-soft field, Odin's Paradise, to the city.
The city of Norwalk will reopen the compost facility on Austin Shadle Road on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
“If you don’t have anything to bring me, tell me why,” councilman tells mayor.
Grand opening/ribbon-cutting is at 5 p.m. Dec. 2. The center is located at 30 Shady Lane in Norwalk.
Safety-service director questioned on desire to buy two vehicles for city hall.
Two long-time Norwalk city council members will be joined by two newly elected officials as of January.
About 40 people attended Tuesday's Norwalk city council meeting.
Council members support funding school crossing guards and want to see it back in the 2018 budget.
Attorney John Allton is retiring after about 45 years of practicing law.
Mayor: “The city of Norwalk will no longer be able to make a 50-percent contribution for school crossing guards from the 2018 police budget effective Jan. 1.”
Five candidates are running for four at-large spots.
City residents also share their experience with large budgets.
So-called “bed tax” would be raised from 4 1/2 percent to 6 percent as of Jan. 1.
Deficit-spending for city forecast in 2018; Mayor Duncan: “We have cut nearly everything we can cut”