The Cottonwood City Council held their regular October meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 15.
Shelli Schumacher reported they are looking into a possible community hall expansion/remodel in the downstairs area.
Steve Lamont and Ryan Uhlenkott of Ironwood, LLC, were in attendance for the discussion on the resolution/agreement.
In a related topic the out-of-town sewer rates were discussed but tabled for further research. David and Carla Sisson, who own a house in the former government housing area, were in attendance with an interest in that discussion.
Also discussed was the livestock problem in the agri-forest. It was decided to install and electric fence to deal with the situation.
In the reports Pat Holthaus noted that the city pumped 5.2 million gallons of water with 9.2% of that not showing up through billable meters.
Jack Duman reported he is working on grants for the street department.
Ron Grant reported the fire department had 2 calls this past month.
Under new business a memorandum of understanding regarding a Hazmat trailer was discusses but no action taken.
The next regular meeting of the council is set for Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 7:00 p.m. due to the Veterans Day Holiday on what would be their normal meeting date.