Havre City Council Passes Drawdown Request, Water Agreement

HAVRE, Mont. (NMB) – On Monday night, Havre’s City Council met for their regular meeting. They had a short agenda, and passed another drawdown request for the Bullhook Storm Drain project. Public Works Director Dave Peterson said that the recent snow set the timeline of the project back a little bit, but they still hope to be done by the end of the month.

The Council also passed an agreement with the Clear Creek Trailer Court regarding their water system. Because the court has more than eleven hookups, it’s considered to have it’s own water system. The agreement is to let the City test and manage the water, and send those reports to the state. Peterson said the agreement is necessary because ownership of the court is changing hands. They have a similar arrangement with MSU-Northern.

After the meeting, Police Chief Gabe Matosich updated the Council on some upgrades going on at the police station. They are getting a lot of new equipment, like a new radio antenna, updating the radios in the 911 Center, and installing a new next generation 911 mapping system.

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