JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The City of Jamestown will possibly have a new website by the beginning of next week.
The city approved a website redesign after it was reported that the current website had been compromised. Mayor Katie Andersen reported that Josh Smaage had sent a proposal to the city for a website redesign.
The redesign will cost the city somewhere between $7,650 to $8,920. The city unanimously approved.
The city also approved the first payment of $141,704.35 to Strata Corporation for the street lighting on 20th Street SW from Menards to the Jamestown Regional Medical Center. The project was bid separately from the construction and paving of the road.
Item H regarding the license agreement between the city and i3G media was removed from the consent agenda. After City Attorney Leo Ryan prepared the agreement, he informed the city that he needed a fee that would be imposed for 2018.
Ryan says the agreement was built from another agreement the city has with different company. The radio station would like to put their antenna on the city water tower and would be responsible for removing the antenna if maintenance issues arose. If the company fails to move the equipment requested, they may be responsible for the cost of the project.
The city approved the request, but will look at increasing the licensing fee significantly for all entities in the future.
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