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Hardin City Council

Hardin city council held their regular meeting Monday night.  Several issues related to the troubled sewer system, including an executive session discussion with the city’s attorney were a part of the posted agenda.  Early on in the meeting, council approved bill payments includes the final payment on the $52,000 overage bill sent to Hardin from Libertylast year.  According to the City of Liberty, those scheduled payments have been made on time and as agreed. Now the city will start paying off the latest overage charges of $13,000 from November 2015, followed by more than $22,000 billed for May. That $22,000 however is being disputed.  During Monday’s meeting an executive session was held with council discussing with their attorney the overage invoices.  When Liberty City Manager Gary Broz first informed Hardin city council of Liberty’s intent to begin charging overages on a daily basis, Hardin City Attorney Tim Kirwin objected, saying he felt that was not allowed, according to the contract.  Following Monday nights executive session, the next item on the agenda which called for possible action, was removed and no action or discussion was taken.  In other action Monday night, council agreed to go out for bids for smoke testing of the sewer system.  Also, council approved an additional $9,000 to go with the already approved $3500 to decommission septic tanks.  As part of the original grant to put in the sewer system is the requirement that unused septic tanks be decommissioned or cleaned and backfilled.  This newest round of funding for the project is hoped to complete the remaining 85 of so septic tanks.  


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