The North Judson Town Council this week received a report from Town Superintendent Marshall Horstmann, who informed them that the water tower inspections have been completed for both water towers in town. He said that although he is currently waiting on the final report, a number of maintenance issues will eventually need corrected. However, Horstmann explained that until they receive that final report, they will not know how much the repairs will cost. He will present the council with an update when he receives the final report.
Horstmann also told the council that he is currently reviewing a number of local streets that may be in need of paving this season. He said he is currently gathering quotes on paving the roads, and he will present a final list of roads to be paved and an estimated cost on that in the future.
The town council also received a number of important upcoming dates, including the brush pickup service which is currently underway. Horstmann said the pickup efforts began on Oct. 1, and will continue through this week.
The town will also be flushing fire hydrants from 8 p.m. to 4 a.m. on Oct. 14 and 15.