The Gallatin Board of Aldermen accepted a pay application and an invoice at its meeting Tuesday evening.
The pay application for $366,054.86 was from Ross Construction. The invoice for $9,851.70 was from Snyder and Associates.
The board discussed removing vision and dental insurance from the employee benefits package and keeping the health insurance at a $2,000 deductible at an increased monthly cost. The board also considered establishing a health savings account.
Public Works Director Mark Morey reported he received notification that a purchase order can be placed for a new bucket truck. He said crews are working on patching potholes.
It was announced that People Service plans to work on several maintenance repairs at the water plant and adopt a regular testing and cleaning schedule. A representative will attend the next council meeting for discussion.
Police Chief Mark Richards reported the police department is working on several city properties that have code violations. He reported most of the owners are working to bring their properties into compliance.