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January 15, 2014

Council offers credit to make up for cold snap

Concerns over utility customers feeling sticker shock on heating bills


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Girdler said the study should cost less than $5,000. 
• Girdler said another 2,000 recycling bins should be delivered to city trash pick-up customers by today. 
• Councilor Jim Mitchell said he stopped by Time Warner Cable to try to get to the bottom of an issue with the city council meeting broad-casts. A technical issue had made the meeting nearly impossible to hear. The problem was solved shortly ther-eafter. 
• Bourne asked if the city still had plans on building some type of amphitheater at Rocky Hollow Park. 
Girdler said the city’s Parks and Recreation director Joe Ford had met several times with the Watershed Alliance and reviewed some possible designs. 

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