The Princeton City Council received an update on water projects on January 11th. City Clerk Corey Willett reports test well drilling has started. Princeton also received a 163-day extension on part of an agreement with McClure Engineering involving the Department of Natural Resources.
The Princeton City Council the evening of Thursday, September 10th approved service contracts for the Princeton Chamber of Commerce for Calamity Jane Days September 18th through 20th. Deputy City Clerk Corey Willett reports the service contracts included $500 for the marching band, $400 for football team karaoke, $400 for the Shoot-Out Gang, $200 for the […]
The Princeton City Council approved two service contracts and the closure of an alleyway Monday evening. Deputy City Clerk Corey Willett reports one service contract was awarded to Marcie Davis with the Mercer County Fair Board for $3,000 for the band Fast Times to play at the fair July 17th. The other service contract went […]
The Princeton City Council approved a service contract for $1,400 on Monday evening for a Christmas concert last weekend. Deputy City Clerk Corey Willett reports a quote was received to get a survey of Princeton. Before committing, the council wanted to ask the Princeton School if it had a survey with the recent work done […]
The Princeton City Council approved several service contracts Monday night regarding Calamity Jane Days. Deputy City Clerk Corey Willett reports service contracts approved for Kelly Bertrand included $150 for an intermission performance during the Miss Calamity Jane Pageant this Saturday night, $500 for a performance by the Ambassadors Band September 21st, $700 for a performance […]
The Galt Board of Aldermen Tuesday night held interviews with two engineering firms for an upcoming lagoon project. The firms are McClure Engineering and Rhoades Engineering. A decision on the engineering services was tabled until the next meeting the evening of November 8th at 5:30.