By Alex Haglund
The Nashville City Council met for their first regular meeting of March on the evening of Thursday, March 5.
Carole Moeller, president of The State Theater, came to the meeting to thank the council for their vote to buy $10,000 worth of stock in the Theater.
“I wanted to thank you all for your generosity to the State Theater,” Moeller said. “I am really proud to live in this town.”
“I’ve hugged some of you,” Moeller added, “but the rest of you can have a kiss.” Moeller then gave the council members a bag of Hershey’s Kisses.
“We are happy to be able to do it,” said Mayor Ray Kolweier. “I hope things go well.”
“When we get all this done,” Moeller said, “you’re all invited to the first showing.”
Virgil Range, the new superintendent of the Municipal Golf Course, was present at the meeting to be introduced to the council.
Police Chief Brian Fletcher stated that he had received a letter of resignation from police officer David Loucks earlier on in the day.
Mayor Kolweier said that he had not yet gotten quotes on the cost of installing lighting along Holzhauer Drive behind the high school. A vote on approving the installation of city lighting there was tabled until the next meeting.
Street Department Superintendent Rich Schuette brought back concrete bids to the council. The low bid was from Beelman Readimix. For amounts less than two cubic yards, the price will be $77 per cubic yard. They will be $74 per cubic yards for amounts greater than two cubic yards.
For More, Please Read The March 11 Edition Of The Nashville News.