CHENOA — Insurance was the dominant topic at Tuesday's regular meeting of the
A trio of Compass representatives reviewed current coverages for the city and outlined what they have to offer.
"You guys are covered right now but I think you could be covered more going forward," he advised.
Egan said the company feels multiple buildings and business personal property are underinsured while replacement costs on some buildings have not been changed since 2016. Kilgus noted Compass would bring local professionals to the table to explain insurance information.
"We stay up at night if something's not right," Kilgus explained.
Kilgus warned if something bad happened currently, the city could be out hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of dollars. City Attorney
"You really shouldn't have two group plans and you guys do," said Samuelson.
The city currently has insurance through the
In other matters Tuesday night, the council released
"I spoke with him at length several times," Mayor
Chenoa council members also authorized a request from
During the commissioner comments portion of the meeting, it was revealed that hydrant flushing will begin next week and all full- and part-time employees have been doing a good job with various tasks such as moving tables and preparing ball fields for recent events.
The group approved an ordinance amendment relating to the collection of yard waste in the city. Streets Commissioner
Public comments were given by resident
"There had been some discussion two years ago about doing that replacement," admitted the mayor.
Wilder said this is on the city's list to continue monitoring.