2nd Reading Of City Parking Lot Maintenance & Pothole Ordinance Draws Questions From Local Business Owner

Written by on October 17, 2019

Local Business Owner, Rebecca Bain Addresses Gillette City Council Tuesday
Rebecca Bain’s Remarks To The Council

It was the 2nd reading of an ordinance the city of Gillette hopes to pass that would give the city greater enforcement powers over parking lot maintenance and pot hole repair. Rebecca Bain, a local business owner asked the council about language in the ordinance that would give the city the power to enforce violations on, quote “Any person.” City Attorney Anthony Reyes explained…

City Attorney Anthony Reyes

Or, some other far flung place. With the current language, Reyes said somebody will be held responsible…

City Attorney Anthony Reyes

The 2nd reading passed and the third reading of the bill said the Mayor will be in three weeks.


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