* received a request from Naylor for an update on whether the city is responsible for paving the second section of the Deer Run road. He said the work would cost $290,000. The first section of the road has already been made a city road. But Rinthen said he has been unable to find any record in the council's minutes that indicated the road's second section belongs to the city. He directed City Attorney Justin Genco to write the developer, The Irvin Group, to see if it has records showing the second section of the road had been accepted by the city.
* rejected a request from Roberta Keefe of Habitat of Humanity for the city to release the organization from its $1,300 bond on the road in Mason Estates. Habitat still has three houses to build in that development, she said. The council voted 6-0 to reject the request and abide by its action on April 6. That action requires bonds on roads until all house construction is completed and roads have been properly inspected to determine if they need repairs before the city can accept them.