JAMESTOWN – The Jamestown City Council will hold its final voting session of 2018 Monday night in City Hall.
The agenda contains mostly routine resolutions but among them is an emergency purchase of a new Trackless MT-7 Machine for the Department of Public Works, at a cost not to exceed $137,897.20. DPW director Jeff Lehman said the purchase is required because one of the four trackless machines owned by the city broke down while dealing with the recent November snowstorm and has to be replaced.
Money for the purchase will come from what’s left of the city’s contingency account – about $43,000 – along with money that may be available following an over/under reconciliation of the 2018 budget by city comptroller Joe Bellitto.
Monday’s meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. on the second floor of city hall and is open to the public.