WILLIAMS—The Williams City Council held their biweekly meeting on April 11. At the end of the meeting the members congratulated supervisor Matt Ryan and the county for the work on the Cataract Park on the shore of Cataract lake. They invited residents to join them at the inaugural festivities tomorrow, April 13th at 11.
In other business, the council approved the appointment of Terri Sutton to the Housing authority Board.
The council also adopted Resolution No. 1290 to renew membership in the Rural Arizona Group Health Trust for three more years. The approved and inter-governmental agency agreement to allow county residents to dispose of refuge at the City of Williams’ transfer station.
Finally, they approved of the seasonal swap meet to continue at the property on the west end of town next to the Williams Justice Center. The swap meet which runs from Memorial Day weekend on benefits the Williams Kiwanis Club.
They tabled action on the city impact fees that was tabled from the March 14th meeting.
The City Council then convened to Executive Session. They are still working on a magistrate contract with Justice of the Peace Rob Krombeem.