Sheldon City Council To Hold Public Hearing On Farm Lease

Sheldon, Iowa — The Sheldon City Council will meet this Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 in the council chambers on the third floor of the Sheldon Community Services Center.

In their consent agenda, they are set to approve a couple of alcohol licenses, the fourth quarter 2023 ambulance insurance adjustments, and a pay estimate for nearly $43,000 for the twelfth payment on the water tower project.

In new business, the council will consider the South 5th Avenue farm lease, and hold a public hearing. This is a lease with Don and Dianna Roetman. City Manager Sam Kooiker says the property is a small, long, and narrow piece of property on the south side of the portion of South 5th Avenue that runs straight west from Old 60 north of Maintainer. He says while the property is very small, there is not a lease in place, and there should be. Kooiker says the option to put a trail in this location is still available, should that come to fruition in the future.

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