The Angola City Council approved just over 1.2 million dollars in local road, highway and bridge grant matching funds. Members passed a resolution allowing for the transfer of appropriations for continued law enforcement education. They also approved a letter agreement amendment with Jones & Henry Engineers for improvements to the Biosolids facility not to exceed $327,200. The approval was granted for two Facade Grant Agreements for $5,000 at the Venue for as well as for En-Trust LLC at 15 S Public Squares. The old bank building will become a headquarters for the financial hedge fund institution. CFO and managing partner Dr. Mike Campo of En-Trust details the company and it’s intentions for the space.
Council approved a three year contract with Corsica Technologies starting on July 1st for managed IT Services with a monthly recurring total of 11,699 and a one-time service fee of $5,000 as well as add-on security services for a monthly recurring total of $4,780.50.
The next Angola Common Council meeting will take place on Monday July 6th at 7PM from the Angola Training Center building located at 306 West Mill Street.
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