Depot mold remediation nearly complete 1

Members of the Wilson Brewer Park Committee heard a report Tuesday morning from representatives of Mustang Disaster Cleanup, the contractor that has been working on mold remediation. Spencer Downey, general manager of the firm, said the work should be completed yet this week. “Right now, we have good news. AllContinue Reading

Wayne Schlotfeldt of Schlotfeldt Engineering told the City Council Monday night that the basement at city hall has some structural damage that should be addressed. Schlotfeldt said the building’s basement runs underneath the east wing, underneath what are the police department offices and the police garage. He said the areasContinue Reading

Last week, the city of Webster City released a statement concerning pinhole leaks that many residences and businesses in the community have been experiencing. Monday night, City Manager Daniel Ortiz-Hernandez spoke to the issue during the regular session of the City Council. The leaks have been occurring in copper pipes,Continue Reading

The City of Webster City continues to investigate reports of pinhole leaks in copper pipes. We have been in communication with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Iowa Rural Water Association (IRWA). At this time the city’s contracted engineering firm, Bolton and Menk, is reviewing environmental conditions,Continue Reading

The City of Webster City values our residents and businesses and has become aware of reports and concerns regarding pinhole leaks in copper pipes. The city is investigating the reports and has been working with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Iowa Rural Water Association (IRWA), and its contractedContinue Reading

New member appointed to council 3

Webster City resident Megan McFarland was appointed to the City Council Monday night to fill an unexpired term on the council. McFarland was given the oath of office at the close of the business meeting by City Clerk Karyl Bonjour and immediately joined her fellow council members in a closedContinue Reading

Every year, the City of Webster City must maintain water softening equipment at the Water Treatment Plant. This routine maintenance is important because for the rest of the year, the clarifier is filled with just under 500,000 gallons of water. This is our opportunity to clean and inspect all theContinue Reading

The City Council of Webster City Monday night approved additional funding for mold removal in the basement of the Depot Museum in Wilson Brewer Park. Larry Flaws, director of recreation and public grounds, told the council that Mustang Disaster Cleanup of Ellsworth had completed work in the basement of theContinue Reading

New floors installed at shelter 9

There are some shiny new epoxy floors that were installed at the West Twin Park shelter Wednesday afternoon, with the labor and materials donated by a local firm. A crew from DCD Concrete Coatings worked at the shelter to put down the flooring in the two restrooms and the kitchenContinue Reading

City councilwoman Katelin Hartmann has submitted her resignation to the council, effective Sept.15, 2021. The resignation is on the agenda for the City Council Tuesday night, rescheduled from Monday due to the Labor Day holiday. In her letter of resignation, Hartmann said she had recently purchased a home outside ofContinue Reading