Napoleon council met on Monday and went over plans to handle sewer line repairs, and just who will be held responsible for the cost of those repairs.
Council directed staff to come-up with a written procedure to address the issue, most likely a fund from a monthly charge on sewer bills which would be utilized for residents that have sewer repairs on city property.
Council feels that residents that have sewer problems on their own property should still have to shoulder responsibility for that, themselves.
A resolution was approved Monday night to apply for $500,000 in funding in the ‘safe routes for schools’ grant program.
A first reading was approved for a new contract for fire and rescue service with Napoleon, Harrison, and Freedom Townships; along with the south Joint Ambulance district.
Napoleon Council also, on Monday night, approved the proposal from Graybar Electric, to upgrade lighting in the city building, at a cost of $27,427.
And Council took no action on several liquor license applications.