After talking about the topic, there was no new information on an extension for the Cultural Center of Henry County proposed at the Napoleon Council session Monday night. The issue was tabled for two weeks, because all four parties involved must agree to any changes. So that keeps the current time-table in-place, which will require occupancy permits to be in-hand for the Cultural Center of Henry County by June 14th of 2022, to avoid demolition of the former Central School building. A change order of nearly $72,000 was approved for the waste-water treatment plant improvement project, adding to the cost; but the overall expense is still within the budget.
Some emergency repairs are needed on a storm sewer collapse along Bales Road near the entry to the golf course, which will require about $150,000 to $200,000 to fix. And another repair project is needed for the Palmer Ditch Pump Station, which will cost the city about $50,000.
There was an executive session for Napoleon City Council to discuss compensation of personnel, and purchase or sale of real-estate; but no action was taken.