- In other action
On Tuesday, the Galt City Council also:
Voted to extend the School’s Out Academic and Recreation afterschool program through the summer months at a cost of $33,338 for staff and supplies. The expense will be offset by $125-a-week student tuition.
Approved the recommendation from the city council and Parks and Recreation Commission ad hoc committee to begin the process of developing a memorial plaza adjacent to City Hall. It will honor fallen Galt Police Officer Kevin Tonn, who was killed in the line of duty in January, as well as any future first responders or military personnel who are killed.
Presented the Community of Character award to Cole Kuntz for integrity. He is a member of the Youth Committee.
Received the annual Galt Youth Committee report, which reviewed events the students organized including a Spookfest last October and sending valentines to a local convelescent hospital.
— Jennifer Bonnett
Posted: Wednesday, May 8, 2013 12:00 am
Two organizations will share $10,000 in community benefit funding to be distributed by the city of Galt.
The Galt City Council decision made Tuesday goes against prior years, when the McFarland Living History Ranch was the sole recipient of the funding. But in March 2012, council members adopted a policy to allow all official nonprofit organizations in Galt to apply for the money.
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