The West Point City Council heard a review on the Water Treatment Plant Project at Tuesday night’s meeting. City Administrator Tom Goulette.
The Council also approved a bid of just under $40,000 from West Point Implement for a new skid loader.
Also at Tuesday night’s meeting, the council heard a report from West Point Rescue on the purchase of a new ambulance. Goulette says they are due for a new one.
Goulette says the city’s portion will be about $140,000.
Plans are in the works for a basketball court to be constructed at Neligh Park in West Point. Goulette has the details.
The court at Neligh Park will be another court for the city to go along with the one at Timmerman Park.
The West Point Trails & Pathways Project has received a grant from the Robert B. Daugherty Foundation. Goulette says the grant calls for an annual budget for Trails & Pathways.
Goulette says the grant is worth around $200,000.
He adds trail seeding should be done at Wilderness Park within a couple of weeks.