Jamestown  (CSi)  The Jamestown City Council met in Regular Session Monday evening at City Hall.  All members were present.

HEARING FROM THE AUDIENCE: No one spoke (Individuals may address the City Council about any item not contained on the agenda. A maximum of 15 minutes is allotted for the hearing. If the full 15 minutes are not needed, the City Council will continue with the agenda. The City Council will take no official action on items discussed at the hearing, with the exception of referral to staff or Committee.)


Concerning the performance of the City of Jamestown in carrying out its community development responsibilities related to the $11,000.00 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Project No. 4584-SL19-ED-R for the Journey Behavioral Solutions, and to obtain citizen views and to respond to proposals and questions.  No one spoke, and the Public Hearing was closed.


One bid was opened for the Sanitary Landfill project.  City Attorney Ryan said the previous technicality was reviewed, and the bid was opened.

The bid received was from Braun Intertech from West Fargo in the amount of $17,982.50.

Interstate Engineering recommended approval, which was approved by the City Council.


(To provide more time to discuss controversial or disputed issues, the Council will consider the items on the consent agenda together at the beginning of the public meeting. These items are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. If a member of the City Council or public requests to be heard on one of these items, the Council will remove the item from the consent agenda and consider that item individually.)

Approved was a Change Order No. 2, to On The Level Construction, Inc., for construction on the Inert Cell 1-4, Final Cover, for a net decrease in the contract price of $6,253.50.

Payment No. 4 & Final, to On The Level Construction, Inc., for construction on the Inert Cell 1-4, Final Cover, in the amount of $25,902.00.

Appointed was Scott Roemmich  and Thomas Steckler to serve as members of the Fire Code Board of Appeals for three year terms to November 2022.


Council Member Phillips said the 2020 Census Committee is still meeting regularly, and Jamestown and Valley City may be challenging each other.

She noted that businessman Brian Lunde has contacted a developer to work on forwarding progress on the redevelopement of Frontier Village.

Mayor Heinrich seconded those thoughts. (See Story on Monday’s Wayne Byers Show on CSi Cable 2).

He also noted snow removal from this past weekend’s snow storm, and noted changes in releases from Jamestown and Pipestem Reservoirs.

Council Member Steele recently visited the Valley City Main Street project and may visit Devils Lake’s project in the future.

The meeting was shown live on CSi 67, followed by replays.