Hubbard City Council

With Hubbard Council members Tracy Below and Chad Ball listening on, Hubbard Ambulance representatives Hayden Boeke and Denise Urhammer discuss the purchase of a new ambulance. The Council agreed, with the Ambulance service fronting the bulk of the $199,900 rig from Demers Ambulances.

At the December Hubbard City Council Meeting, Thomas Peace – speaking on behalf of his son Keaton who owns a home at 110 W. Chestnut St. in Hubbard – brought up terms like “easement by prescription” and “clean hands doctrine” to state that his son should not be held responsible for things done in the past. The City Council countered by tabling action until Monday’s meeting.

The situation at hand is a sewer line that was connected to a neighbor’s line more than 40 years ago. That neighbor recently suffered an issue with the line that led to the City televising the line and learning of the connection.

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