Millville considers taking grant for new sewer system
By Bryce Petersen
Millville City has been offered a grant by the state of Utah to help fund the project, if they decided to build their own. Councilman Mike Johnson said that this may be the only chance for the city to have state help.
"Ten years from now, they may have no money," he said.
Mayor Gale Hall said that they were not prepared to decide the issue at that time because there were too many unresolved issues.
"I don't think we're opposed to sewering," he said. "The only thing we're worried about is the cost."
On another matter, the council discussed options on building inspections. Currently, Millville contracts with Cache County. The council heard Brent Speth, inspector for Providence City, talk about his credentials and experience in Providence.
In other business:
Councilman David Mortensen presented his resolution to take a stand for the right to keep and bear arms.
Other members agreed to bring their own drafts to the next meeting.
A home occupation permit was granted to Bob Bates for a Cherokee Trail Trading Post.
The council let stand a month-old motion to impose a 15-ton limit on 450 North St. The public works department was directed to post the signs.