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Appointments on deck for upcoming city council meeting

June 5, 2023

Within the governmental structure of the City of Webster City, there are the usual departments — City Manager, City Clerk, Public Safety and Public Works. Also playing a role are the municipal advisory boards, committees and commissions, which harbor feedback from the public and relay that information to City Hall.
In their upcoming meeting, set for 6 p.m. at City Hall, 400 Second St., Webster City, the City Council of Webster City will appoint several individuals to various advisory commissions, boards and committees.

These positions began this past Thursday, and extend until either May 31 of 2026, May 31, 2027 or May 31, 2028. Overall, 10 individuals will serve on eight different boards.

Allison Appel and Kyle Fritz are set to be appointed to four-year terms for the Park and Recreation Advisory Commission, while Lynn Jaycox will be called to an unexpired term, ending in the final day of May in 2026.

Scott Bargfrede will be appointed to a four-year term with the Airport Commission, and Jim Kumm will be appointed to a five-year term for the Zoning Board of Adjustment.

Kyle Hefferman is set to join the City Planning and Zoning Commission for four years, while Andy Swole (city government representative) and Ashley Allers (public at-large representative) will join the Hotel/Motel Tax Board until 2027.

Hefferman and Brandon Bahrenfuss are slated to be appointed to the Traffic Study Committee, and Tammy Greenfield will be brought in for a three-year term for the Senior Citizens Advisory Board.

Other items on the council’s agenda include a resolution for a contract for the Wilson Brewer Courthouse Structural Improvement Project, a request for an additional street closure for Webster City Market Nights and the adoption of ordinances regarding Traffic Control Devices and Automated Traffic Enforcement.

The latter, which saw its first reading passed in the council’s previous meeting on May 15, will allow speed cameras to be installed at two locations on the outskirts of Webster City.

View this article as it originally appeared in the Daily Freeman-Journal.

Last modified: June 5, 2023

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