Several items are on the agenda to be discussed at the regular Terry Town Council meeting, which will be held on Tuesday, July 14 at 7:30 pm at Terry Town Hall.
Agenda items include reviewing preliminary budget items, delinquent sewer liens and the permit on Terry’s gravel pit, according to town clerk Caryn Rein.
A representative from the Dry-Redwater Water Authority may also be on hand to discuss project ideas with council members.
The general purpose for which the DRWA was formed is to own and operate a regional water system that will provide a water supply to the users in the service area, according to its Web site.
The DRWA is owned by the towns of Circle, Jordan and Richey, Dawson and Richland Conservation Districts, McCone and Garfield Conservation Districts and McCone County and Garfield County. The DRWA is responsible for the financial administration of the water system, operation and maintenance of the billing and collection and all other duties and items required for the operation of the regional water authority. More information on the DRWA can be found at http://mccone.mt.nacdnet.org/Dry-Redwater%20Water%20Authority.htm.
The council will also look over federal stimulus money that will be arriving and the projects that will be funded.
Published July 8, 2009