Decatur council canceled Monday, will consider radios 9/29

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 DECATUR -- There won't be enough Decatur city council members available to meet Monday night, so the scheduled meeting is pushed back to Monday, Sept. 29. At that meeting, among other things, they'll talk about moving forward with upgrading the radio system for several city departments.

WAND News told you the council reconsidered its original agreement, after a lightning strike knocked out service to the Motorola radios, just before the council bought them. But after more talks with Motorola, city leaders say kinks are worked out in the system, and they're move forward with the purchase and upgrade.

Other items on Monday night's agenda:
  • Demolition of two properties
  • Agreement with a bird repellent company for downtown bird control
  • Treasurer's financial report in study session
The Decatur city council meets at 5:30 Monday. Sept. 29.
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