City of Jackson remains in strong financial shape
The City of Jackson remains in very solid financial shape, that following an audit presentation at Tuesday night’s Jackson City Council Meeting. Layne Kockelman of Abdo, Eick and Meyers presented the audit report virtually at the meeting.
In other action, the Council approved an agreement for engineering services for 2021 pavement at the airport, approved the Minnesota River Energy Bright Energy Choices program and a resolution adopting the MRES Distributed Generation Workbook as the Small Power Production and Co-Generation policy.
The Council also approved a quote to crush concrete, approved the sale of a dump truck and DVD player, approved a bid from Polz landscaping for maintenance of the downtown planters and landscaping for 2021 and 2022, approved the purchase of a second locator and approved the purchase of a new Ambulance, of which funds are available in the ambulance fund.
The meeting was held in person and virtually at City Hall with Councilman Jeff Gay the only member absent. The meeting lasted just over an hour and a half.
The next meeting of the Jackson City Council will be on Tuesday, April 20th.