Benton City Council approves surplus on personal property in fire department

Benton City Council approves surplus on personal property in fire department

BENTON — The Benton City Council Monday night approved selling surplus personal property in the fire department.

According to City Clerk Brook Craig, the council will begin taking bids on surplus material in the fire department. It’s unclear right now what will be available, but a list should be made available soon.

The council also approved David “Tyler” Ore to be added as an auxiliary police officer and approved giving Franklin County EMA up to $1,500 to support continuance of NIXLE, which keeps you up-to-date with relevant information from your local public safety departments and schools by text or email.

Twin Oaks pricing will now be $100 for Sunday through Thursday, $300 for Friday and Saturday. The deposit is due at time of booking and the balance must be paid no later than 60 days before the event.

Council members also approved clearing trees on the southwest end at the Benton Municipal Airport as part of the engineering agreement for planning and special services at the airport.