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By Marge Womach
Special to The Record 

Harrington council discusses virus relief funds


Last updated 11/17/2021 at 12:54pm

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A late afternoon view of Harrington's business district from the roof of the opera house, where repairs were being made to an ill-fitting item called a "top hat."

HARRINGTON – Council discussed bills, COVID-19 relief funds, public works employees and apartments at its Nov. 10 meeting.

Casey Monge will no longer be needed for her license as operator to cover the wastewater treatment plant, since Devin in the Public Works Department now has his license.

Councilmember Peter Davenport asked about attorney fees and whether they were all used for consultation for creation of the new City Handbook. Mayor Nathan Luck said the fees were for the handbook, but he didn't remember the exact number of hours charged. It was said that $870 was paid for three hour...

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