Council keeps Pratt as city engineer, eyes local sales tax
After months of discussion and debate, the Detroit Lakes City Council has made a decision surrounding the city engineer position and services.
The council voted Tuesday to keep Jon Pratt as city engineer, and to now bid each project out for Apex Engineering and Ulteig Engineering to compete over.
The council also agreed to look at the how the process was going after one year.
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