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November 28, 2012

Smoking law enforcement left up to businesses


Somerset —

The team went 11-3 in the regular and post-season, picking up steam even after two of its starters were sidelined after they were involved in a serious car accident in September. 
• Councilor Jim Mitchell mentioned the city’s new natural gas truck to be used for service work by the city’s water department. Councilors said the city will be looking at significant savings through the newest addition to its natural gas vehicle fleet.
• City council accepted bids for a new natural gas sanitation truck, at $236,366. Bids received were for the same truck, with the same motor. 
• City council went into executive session to discuss pending litigation for around 15 minutes and returned with no action taken.
• Wiese said she received an anonymous letter about a city employee “who had children in their vehicle.” Wiese said the matter was taken care of and the employee was given a new copy of the city’s vehicle policy.
• City council announced it would only meet once in the month of December, on Monday, December 10. What would’ve been the second meeting of that month landed on Christmas Eve.

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