Lewiston City Council tackles upcoming 97-page agenda

Lewiston City Council tackles upcoming 97-page agenda »Play Video
Agenda items range from joint dispatch services and the sale of the old Lewiston Library building.
LEWISTON, ID - The Lewiston City Council will be gaining four new members this January. However the existing council isn't wasting their days left on the board as they tackle a heavy agenda on Monday.

The seven panel board came out with a 97-page agenda packet for the meeting this Monday. The meeting will be at 6:00 p.m. in the library building at LCSC. On the agenda, a public hearing on the sale of the old Lewiston library and other items ranging from joint dispatch services to mutual aid issues.

On the consent agenda, the approval of an employment agreement for City Manager Jim Bennett paying him more than $123,000 a year. Also the increase in fire response out of the city limits and mutual aid issues in regard to that. And on the active agenda, one big item is the approval of a real estate purchase agreement between the city and Port of Lewiston.