Grantsville's town council could not reach an agreement on the appointment of a new Mayor at last night's monthly meeting. Members are reportedly looking around for a person outside the current members to serve in the position.

The opening was created a few weeks ago when newly elected Mayor Don Harris resigned after a conflict with the council. Ambros "Jerry" Collins, a two-term councilman, has been the acting Mayor. The body will convene next Monday to address the issue.

Council was told the town's sewer project was essentially done.

Second readings directed toward updating ordinances passed unanimously, most affecting taxation, loose dogs and barking dogs disturbing the peace.

There was a first reading regarding traffic violations in the town.

Considerable discussion centered on the town's inability to finance the operation of the municipal pool. Getting grants to repair or replace the pool is difficult, since it is located on the flood plain.

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