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Council to discuss small business hardship loans

April 20, 2020

The Webster City City Council will discuss establishing a Small Business Hardship Loan Program during its regular council meeting tonight.

The council will vote on a resolution to establish a program and authorize the allocation of funds. Council members will also appoint a task force to oversee the implementation and management of the Small Business Hardship Loan Program on behalf of the city.

Also at tonight’s meeting, the city council will consider a request from St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church for the temporary closure of a portion of Des Moines Street to through traffic for a mobile food pantry on Tuesday afternoon. The church is requesting the closure of traffic from Bank Street to Elm Street from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesday for the drive-thru pantry pick up in the Webster City Middle School parking lot.

Other business the council will address tonight is awarding the contract for the Street Department East Shed Foundation Project.

The city council will also approve the second reading of a proposed ordinance adding stop signs to three intersections along Prospect Street, as well as the first reading of a proposed ordinance to allow two-hour parking on the south side of Collins Street from College Street to Shashi Drive.

Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus concerns, the meeting will be conducted online via the video conferencing platform Zoom. Community members can access the meeting by visiting www.zoom.us/j/94175034278 and use the password 069201.

The meeting will also be livestreamed on the city’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/cityofwebstercity.

Anyone wishing to submit questions or comments prior to the meeting should email those by 4 p.m. to karyl_bonjour@webstercity.com or lhenderson@webstercity.com.


View the original article as it appeared in the Daily Freeman Journal.

Last modified: April 20, 2020

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