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Council to consider tree-trimming contract

By Messenger Staff | Published Saturday, June 28, 2014

Bridgeport city officials continue to follow through with budget packages outlined last year.

At its meeting Tuesday, the city council will consider awarding a bid to trim trees away from power lines.

During the budget-writing process last year, city officials allocated $50,000 for the project.

The council will begin this year’s budget process Tuesday by discussing the policies that guide the development of the city’s financial plan.

Also during the meeting, the council will consider:

  • advertising to sell 225 acres of the Rutherford Ranch property, which was purchased by the city in 2008 to extend the runway at the city’s airport;
  • granting a 90-day extension to a previously granted special exception to the masonry ordinance for Holt Cat on U.S. 380.
  • proclaiming July Parks and Recreation Month; and
  • the June 17 meeting minutes and reviewing the city’s investment policy in the consent agenda.

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