public works
The Harris City Council once again discussed what to do about the city’s public works employee position. In the past, the position has been filled with part-time and full-time employees. Neither has worked very well. At the present time, a backup part-time employee, Jason Zastera, is doing the req...Read More
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By Clark Natalie Jason Zastera, who has experience running equipment and repairing older equipment, has beeen hired by Harris to the public works department. On June 11 he made his first presentation to the Council dealing with the condition of the roads.  Zastera and councilmembers had inspected ...Read More
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By Clark Natalie On Monday, April 9, the Harris City Council took a step to save the city money in a way that has been talked about by many previous councils but never done. With the resignation of the public works employee, the council looked at contracting out those services.  This week, after di...Read More
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