HARRISBURG — The Harrisburg City Council approved bids for a new police vehicle and city hall maintenance at Thursday night’s meeting.
The police car will cost the city $26,000, and the façade work to city hall will cost $39,000. Money for the façade work will come out of TIF funds.
The council also gave the go ahead to advertise for bids for a new fire department pick-up truck, a new trackhoe for the water and sewer department, and a new dump truck for the street and alley department.
Harrisburg mayor John McPeek also announced Thursday night that city hall will re-open to the public on June 1st.
The next council meeting is scheduled for June 4, 2020 at Harrisburg City Hall.