July 21, 2023 at 11:02 a.m.

Stacy City Council briefs. . .


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Stacy City Council met July 11 for a regular meeting.   Council member Jennie Carlson was absent. 

City attorney James Monge presented information to the council about the newly passed marijuana legalization bill.  Monge told the council that they are seeing quite a few Minnesota cities adopt  moratoriums on the retail of cannabis, until the official Office of Cannabis Management is expected to begin issuing licenses.  The council agreed to have Monge draft a moratorium on applications for dispensaries in the city,  for the next meeting.

The council then heard from city engineer Dan Boyum.  Boyum gave updates on the 311th street and 307th street improvements.  Boyum said Foster Avenue is now open following the replacement of cracked driveway aprons.  Boyum said backfilling and seeding will be completed soon on the south side of Stacy Trail east of Finch Avenue.  

Boyum then told the council a resident forwarded pictures of road conditions on Fenway Court.  There is break-up and alligator cracking on the road. Boyum said there have  been discussions about the road for future improvements but until then the maintenance department will hot-patch the cracks.

The council then passed a motion to accept the audit presented by Oberloh and Associates at the last meeting.

The council agreed to send the deputy clerk and the Lent Township clerk to a future training seminar.

The council then approved an expanded premises for the Fort Restaurant during Stacy Daze.  

The council also passed a motion allowing the Wyoming Lions Club a temporary charitable gambling license during Stacy Daze.

The council then dedicated $13,364.67 of its ARPA funds for the purchase of a new asphalt hot box.

The council then discussed a damaged kids slide at Lions Park.  The council was told the Stacy Lions may have a plan for replacing the damaged slide, in the meantime public works will look at the play structure.

In old business, the council was told Rupp Mini Storage has not complied with a violations letter sent a while back. It was agreed the city send a certified letter requesting a return response.

The council then passed a motion to accept a purchase offer for a Stacy Ponds business park lot from Xpress Trucking in the amount of $200,000.

Council adjourned at 8:53 p.m.


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