Lighthouse to close as move process begins

Published: Thursday, October 11, 2012 at 02:15 PM.

Since the intent of the grant was to establish a small-business incubator and the building is now being used for other purposes, the city could be on the hook for $120,000 in grant funds if it does not come up with a plan by the end of the month to have a small business housed in the incubator, city manager Jim Anderson told commissioners.

Commissioners took no formal action.

Water treatment plant

Work on the repairs to leaking membranes within the city’s $21 million water plant should be completed by this week, said plant supervisor Larry McClamma.

One membrane developed a crack and leak shortly after the plant went online and during a walkthrough of the plant earlier this year, problems with two other among the four membranes were noted.

Centennial Celebration

The city is inviting residents to offer up ideas for celebrating the 100th birthday of modern Port St. Joe next summer. The celebration is scheduled for June 28-July 1, segueing into the Fourth of July holiday.

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