Light agenda ends the year for Albin Council


The Albin Town Council met Thursday, Dec. 12 and wrapped up its year with very few items.

In the Mayor’s report, Kelly Krakow explained the building expansion off the community center gym will go out for bids January, 2014.

The council discussed the rising cost of propane for the town buildings. They agreed to put the propane contract out for bid to see if propane might be less expensive with a different provider.

It is Albin’s turn to host the Elected Officials meeting in January. Krakow reminded the council legislative session would start in January and the Laramie County Commissioners is also hosting a dinner. The council concurred to co-host the Elected Officials dinner and meeting in Cheyenne in January.

In other business, the council agreed to purchase a bench with the memorial money for Brad Jacobsen.

During the maintenance report, town maintenance man Aaron Anderson said that he had passed his water test and was certified as a water operator for the Town of Albin. Anderson also said that the light for the maintenance shop were on back order and would arrive sometime in January.

Anderson informed the council that Curt Fox was removing snow for the town without being paid. The council unanimously voted to pay Fox for his work.

The next meeting will be Thursday, January 9, 2014 at 7 p.m.


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