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|WM aldermen seek bids to paint city's water tanks|
West Monroe residents may soon enjoy a new coat of paint on the city's numerous water tanks -- including the elevated tank near West Monroe High School.
At its regular meeting Tuesday, the board of aldermen agreed to request bids to refurbish the city's water tanks.
West Monroe Mayor Dave Norris said the project is expected to cost somewhere between $1 million and $1.3 million, once completed.
The project will involve painting the inside and outside of many of the city's water tanks. Periodic maintenance, inspection and painting are required to maintain the city's compliance with state and federal water safety laws, Norris said.
In other business, aldermen unanimously approved a proposal by Community Trust Bank to place an ATM machine near the Ike Hamilton Expo Center.
That move came after CTB officials approached the city with a proposal to lease space for the ATM machine.
After a request for proposals from other banks, CTB was selected as the best fit for the site, Norris said.
Under terms of the agreement, CTB will lease space from the city for three years and will pay some $1,100 per month for the space, Norris said.
Visitors to a number of small, neighborhood parks will soon notice new rules and regulations after aldermen approved a measure allowing the establishment of rules at Facen Park, Bryan Smith Park and other areas throughout West Monroe.
City attorney Doug Caldwell said the move became necessary after parks and recreation officials reviewed rules at Restoration Park and realized several smaller city parks lacked standardized rules.