A workshop for the Bessemer City Council to discuss lead and copper lines in the city with Senator McBroom and Representative Markkanen will be held online via Zoom video conferencing on Thursday April 16, 2020 at 1:00PM CDT. Information can be found in the agenda below.
A WORKSHOP OF THE COMMON COUNCIL FOR THE CITY OF BESSEMER
TO BE HELD VIA ZOOM MOBILE,
ON THURSDAY, APRIL 16TH, 2020, AT 1:00 P.M. CDT
Dial In: 877-820-7831
Participant passcode: 987592#
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CALL TO ORDER
COUNCIL MEMBERS: Zak, Kryshak, Nelson, McDonald, Miskovich
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE – ROLL CALL
DISCUSSION WITH SENATOR MCBROOM AND REPRESENTATIVE MARKKANEN RE: LEAD AND COPPER RULES