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It took two hours of the normal chaos of a Great Bend Borough Council meeting to get there, but when the issue of a substantial increase in sewer fees came up at the tail end of the agenda, a lot of anger and hostility was vented about the operation of the sewer system. Maybe they were just tired.
As usual, it was sometimes difficult to follow the debate among the 3 or 4 separate conversations taking place at the same time at the meeting on June 4. And, despite Council President Rick Franks’ effort to nail down an agenda at the start of each meeting, it tends to expand as the evening wears on.
Architect John Puzo of Earth Farm Studios attended the June 1 Montrose Borough Council meeting, which was beneficial as council members desired to ask him questions regarding the proposed bid plans for their new building. It was asked if a meeting might be arranged with Mr. Puzo and potential builders prior to the plans being finalized. It was also asked if Mr. Puzo was willing to alter the plans. Mr. Reimel provided his opinion that the proposed plans were great drawings, but that they might be a bit too grand for the borough's current needs. Two different builders, he stated, had given their opinion that the plans were viable, but as designed they would be quite expensive. Mr. Puzo addressed the questions which council members had that evening, and readily agreed to attend a builders' meeting. The preliminary drawings aimed high, he said, aiming for the future, but could be altered. Some discussion was held regarding the advice council had received regarding 50 year shingles. Mr. Puzo stated that some in the field felt 30 year to be more reasonable; Mr. Yeager agreed wondering if anyone had been around long enough yet to test 50 year shingles. Mr. Reimel acknowledged Mr. Yeager for his work in keeping this entire process moving along. A meeting date and time were established.
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