Jamestown (CSi)  The Jamestown City Council met in Special Session Monday at 4-p.m. at City Hall.

Council Member Phillips was not present.

Council Members approved the appointment of Perry Kuss as City Water Superintendent.

The pay range is  63   Step  14  at the rate of   $6,561   per month.

Kuss is presently employed by Stutsman Rural Water.

Mayor Andersen said there were  five applicants for the position, and two individuals were interviewed by the committee consisting of Mayor Andersen, City Administrator, Helleckson, and Deputy Auditor Sveum.

Kuss will succeed the retiring Steve Suko.

Also, the City Council awarded the bid for the access road and retaining wall repairs to Frontier Village in the amount of $161,899  to  Border States Paving , contingent upon approval of the North Dakota Department of Transportation’s SRF Funds  which amount to 60 percent of the total costs, the balance will be special assessed to adjacent property owners, including lessees, from the city, and the water treatment plant, along with The National Buffalo Museum.

Interstate Engineering says the work is to start as soon as feasible.

The Meeting  was shown live on CSi Cable 67.