At the May meeting of the Greenville City Council, the cable television franchise agreement with NewWave was extended while negotiations continue.
City Manager Dave Willey said the proposed agreement is under legal review by NewWave. The action by the council extends the old contract through July.
A bid of $4,864.30, from Daniken Excavating, was approved for the demolition of a building at 1003 East Bowman Avenue. Once the demolition is completed, the city will place a lien on the property for the cost of the demolition.
The council approved an agreement to receive LP gas from ILMO Propane, through May 31st of 2017, for 84 cents per gallon.
Willey said that price is 19 cents a gallon less than the city has been paying. Bids were received from three vendors.
An agreement was renewed with PureLine to continue doing maintenance work, including the replacement of cells and filters, plus service calls at the water plant.
The cost of the annual agreement is $17,380.
The council also approved a motion granting a subdivision preliminary plat for storage units to be constructed north of the former ALCO building along Idler Lane.