Walnut City Council to appoinment replacement Councilperson

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June 5th, 2012 by Ric Hanson

The Walnut City Council Wednesday will act on appointing a replacement City Council member, following the recent resignation in May, of Councilman Darren Tooley. They’ll also act on designating a Mayor Pro Tem, since Tooley served in that capacity, as well.

In other business, the Council will discuss: Capital Equipment Funding; A review of options for the Codification of the City’s Code of Ordinances; The AMVETS June Antique Show and Walk and possible action on the use of public streets and rights-of-way for the event; Camping Fees at the City Park; the Development of a Sand Volleyball Court and improvements to Fireman’s Park; The Law Enforcement Services contract with the Pottawattamie County Sheriff’s Department, and, other matters.

The meeting begins at 5-p.m. Wednesday, in the Council’s Chambers at the Walnut City Hall.