Monticello City Manager adopts goals, approve city attorney contract
The Monticello City Council met on February 8 to renew a contract with the City Attorney, adopt a meeting schedule for 2022, and approve the 2022 goals for the city.
The Council renewed a contract with Alex Goble as City Attorney through February 28, 2023. Goble will receive monthly payments of $1,000 for up to 120 hours of labor over a 12-month period. According to staff reports, Goble recorded 88 hours of labor since March, 2021.
City Manager Evan Bolt presented city goals for the year. Infrastructure is the top priority.
Focusing on continued development, the city recently purchased water rights in Spring Creek. Other infrastructure projects are to update the sewer lagoons and sewer rehabilitation, and reconstruct the mainline in several problem areas.
Other priorities include purchasing a new sanitation truck or finding a cost-effective alternative for residents.
Another is to develop a Downtown Master Plan, while another is a new, more-user friendly city website.
The Council adopted a meeting schedule for the year, with City Council meetings the second and fourth Tuesday at 7 p.m.