Braham City Council
After the old water tower was recently dismantled, Braham’s
infrastructure will continue to be upgraded with the remodeling of the
wastewater treatment facility this year.
After the old water tower was recently dismantled, Braham’s infrastructure will continue to be upgraded with the remodeling of the wastewater treatment facility this year.
Pictured: Braham Mayor Ken Ceaglske, along with Council members Traci Leaf and Lowell Jaques, were sworn back into their offices at the Jan. 4 meeting. (Photo by Greg Hunt)
A low bid of $1.595 million was awarded to Di-Mar Construction, Inc. for the construction work on the $2.12 million project at the Jan. 4 Braham Council meeting. City Engineer Brian Miller described Di-Mar as a responsible company with very good references. He added that the seven total bids came in extremely tight, with just $42,000 separating the low three bidders.
Funding for the project includes a $1.314 million grant and $778,000 loan from the USDA’s “Rural Development” plan.
Bonfire Ski events Jan. 14 and Feb. 18
Two Friday Bonfire Ski events will be hosted at Braham’s Pleasantview Park on Jan. 14 and Feb. 18. The ski trails will be lit up from 6-9 p.m. both evenings, with hot cider served at the bonfire.
In the reorganizational part of the Jan. 4 meeting, all members will hold their committee and delegated positions, including Council Member Tish Carlson selected as acting mayor behind Mayor Ken Ceaglske. Joel Jamnik of Campbell Knutson was once again retained as City Attorney, and Rural American Bank of Braham is the official city depository. The Isanti County News remains as the official newspaper.
• Next meeting: Tuesday, Feb. 1, 7 p.m.