The City of New Cumberland’s water project is nearing completion.  City Council learned at Monday’s meeting that by the end of January, the 300,000 tank will be complete with the Eden Valley water line replacement underway.   The foundation has also been poured for a new tank with the old tank to go out of service when that is  complete.    A total of three new water tanks have been included in the water project along with new lines and remote meter readers.

       City Clerk Tammy Jenkins reported year-to-date revenues of  $269,377.31 with expenditures of $292,587.08.   The City currently has a balance of $51,000.00 in American Recovery Plan Act funding.

      In other business, Council:

**Learned that volunteers had moved quickly to take down lighted decorations in City Park when rising waters threatened to flood the area.  Dropping temperatures have slowed the waters, however, reducing the chance of flooding;

**Decided to put a mask mandate in place in the Municipal Building given the increased rate of COVID transmission in the County;

**Declined a request from the Sexual Assault Help Center for funding from the City’s allocation of American Recovery Plan Act funds;

**Agreed to look at the purchase of a street sweeper in spring;

**Approved the purchase of Windows 10;

**Learned repairs to the roof on the old City Building and Municipal Garage would be deferred until Spring