City tables plan for stop sign removal

City safety committee to look at issue Tuesday

HURON — An open forum on removing two stop signs at Monday’s meeting of the Huron City Commissioners was tabled after multiple calls, emails, and notes to the city opposing the item were brought forward ahead of the meeting.
Commissioners will review removing two stop signs at 18th Street Southeast and Riverview Drive at their regular safety committee meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 10 at 11:30 a.m. at City Hall. The public is encouraged to attend.
Commissioners approved a new hiring incentive program for the Huron Police Department. The incentive program is intended to attract officers with experience to come to Huron and stay in Huron long-term.
Commissioners also:
• Authorized Mayor Aylward to sign the Joint Cooperative Agreement with Northeast Council of Governments for 2020
• Approved a raffle by the Heartland Chapter Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation on February 22, 2020 at the Huron Event Center.
• Accepted the resignation of Police Officer Jordan Foust
• Approved a consumption permit for Double D Western Wear for their “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” night
• Approved the purchase of two Ford Utility Police Interceptors from Iverson Ford
• Approved the AFSCME contract for 2020-2022
The next Huron city commission meeting will be Dec. 9 at 5:30 p.m.


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