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Ontario City Council Holds Years First Meeting

Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/2/2014

Ontario city council held their first meeting of 2014 Thursday evening, with a couple of familiar faces sitting in new places.

Former mayor Larry Collins began his first term as council president, while previous service safety director Roger Heston experienced his inagural meeting as council at-large. Both men spent the last four years working in the administrative part of the city and believe their previous involvement will assist in their new roles on council.

Third ward councilman Mark Weidermyre also brought forth a purchase and sale agreement assignment for a tennant at the city's new industrial park. Weidermyre says a developer has been chosen to construct their facility, which is expected to be in operation in July of 2015.

Council also approved the appointment of four assistant law directors and awarded a $64,224 contract to Statewide Ford Lincoln for the purchase of two 2014 Ford Interceptor Sedans.

   
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