Sturgis approved selling of electric power

Sturgis city commissioners this month approved an agreement to sell electric power generated by the city’s diesel plant.
Putting that power into the regional electric grid will generate an estimated $400,000 in payments to the city, municipal officials said.
Commissioners also clarified and expanded language in a downtown business district zoning ordinance to allow for limited-purpose fencing. Masonry walls will continue to be required to screen downtown trash dumpsters and 3- to 5-foot ornamental metal fencing will be allowed to mark outdoor gathering and eating venues.
The city also approved a $453,000 low bid from National Power Rodding Corporation to run television cameras through all municipal sewer lines to assess the infrastructure’s condition.

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