PRESCOTT – At the regular Prescott City Council meeting held Monday, Sept 13, the council approved liquor licenses for the new Muddy Waters Bar and Grill owners, approved a new sewer …
PRESCOTT – At the regular Prescott City Council meeting held Monday, Sept 13, the council approved liquor licenses for the new Muddy Waters Bar and Grill owners, approved a new sewer installation and appointed a new committee member to the Housing Authority Committee.
The meeting started with approval of a sewer installation from River Terrace Street to Canton Street. The sewer will help to ensure there is no overflow flooding in the area and will create a different outlet flow for water during heavy rains.
Designation for representatives on behalf of the city for the West Central Wisconsin Biosolids Facility was approved by the council. Matt Wolf and Mike Kinneman will represent the city of Prescott on behalf of the council. There was a brief discussion about an informational meeting on Sept. 29 for the Biosolids facility as well.
Final payments for the new courtesy dock were also approved during this meeting. The dock is completed and payments to River City Welding marked the finalization of the project.
Muddy Waters Bar and Grill applied for liquor licenses to be changed to the new owners’ names; each license was approved.
“If I’m not mistaken, Muddy Waters was sold and the new owners need to get these licenses in their names,” said Mayor Dave Hovel.
During “other business,” Alderperson Pat Knox asked for an update on the progress of construction on highways and roads coming into town.
“I think they are on schedule,” Kinneman said. “They are opening up sections of the roads as they finish.”
The city Facebook page will continue to post updates about Highway 29 road construction until the project is completed. There is a tentative finish date of mid to end of October.
The council concluded with appointing Prescott citizen Sheila Dunn to the Prescott Housing Authority Committee, and the meeting adjourned following approval.