The Whitehall Ledger - Serving Southern Jefferson County in the Great State of Montana

By Melissa Jenkins
Staff Writer 

Quick meeting for Whitehall Council

 


It was an unusually brief regular meeting Monday night for the Whitehall Town Council.

The Council concluded the majority of their regular monthly meeting in a little over 30 minutes before adjourning into executive session. After around 40 minutes the Council returned, stated they discussed pending litigation, but no decision was made.

During the meeting, the Council voted and approved on a new usage agreement for the Recreation Complex. New charges for electrical services will be applied for use. Council also approved the motion to move forward with the Municipal Code of the Town Ordinances.

Lonna Johnson and Doug Salisbury will be the new representatives for the Whitehall Saddle Club, and were approved at the Monday meeting.

The street closure on the west end of Lucille Street will be postponed until the paperwork is properly completed and turned into the town office.

The Council approved part of the usage of town facilities during Frontier Days. Council asked that the Chamber revamp the application for the recreational complex portion of the application.

A business license was approved for Whitehall Vacation Rental.

The Park Tree’s and Cemetery Committee recommended indefinitely postponing the proposal for a metal tree on the north side of the library brought forth by the Jefferson Valley Community Foundation. Council approved the postponing for the prospective metal sculpture.

 

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