ETNA GREEN — The Etna Green Town Council discussed water and furnace issues during its brief meeting Tuesday, April 9.
Kevin Bacon, a town resident, asked the council for a $160 adjustment to his water bill due to a water pressure issue with his furnace. The council approved the adjustment. He also addressed the council about the town’s water, saying that he has to change filters monthly. Council Member Kevin Smith said some areas in town have higher amounts of iron in the water.
In other business, the council welcomed new council member Cory Ellinger and voted Kevin Smith as council president and Keith Claassen as council vice-president, respectively.
Town Attorney Jay Rigdon said Winona Powder Coating has not contacted him regarding the town of Etna Green acting as an intermediary for a loan that would help create or retain rural jobs at the company. No representatives from Winona Powder Coating were present at the meeting to further discuss the project.
The town’s Easter egg hunt will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 20, at Heritage Park.
The council also:
- Approved a utility adjustment in the amount of $60.01 for a resident.
- Announced that town offices will be closed Thursday, April 18 and Friday, April 19.
The council’s next meeting will be at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 14.