Manhattan Beach City Council
Web posted March 13, 2018
By Bill Monroe, Northland Press Correspondent
The Manhattan Beach City Council voted to ask the City’s attorney to recommend options on how to proceed to remedy a situation regarding easements on roads in town at its regular monthly meeting held Tuesday, March 6. Mayor Paul Allen was present along with Council member Barb Hanson-Wannebo and Clerk-Treasurer Amy Wannebo.
In December, the Council voted to have Stonemark Land Surveying of Pequot lakes survey Goldstein, Satchell and Meyer Lake Roads. Mayor Allen reported that the surveys indicated the city does not hold easements on all portions of all of the roads. “We need to get this corrected,” the Mayor said.
Since two Council members were absent, much of the agenda was tabled until the April meeting. But in other business, the Council:
• Heard the Mayor report that the two new radar speed signs will be installed by the county when the frost is out of the ground this spring;
• Heard Clerk Wannebo report that she and Council member Janis Allen have completed training on the city’s new website which will be reviewed at the April meeting;
• Approved a procedure to have the list of claims approved at each Council meeting signed by a Council member who does not sign checks as an internal controls measure and
• Asked Clerk Wannebo to research sources of firms which can check fire extinguishers and report back at the April meeting.
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