A new security camera, whose feed can be viewed via YouTube, will be installed near the future South Cross Street Park.
The council Tuesday night approved a new camera, which will be installed at the west/northwest corner of the building on the site's south side.
Parks and Recreation Superintendent Mike Shimer said the Weber family, who owns the building, agreed to donate the space for free.
The camera and video recording system were approved by the council at cost of $2,977.97. It is expected to be installed by Robinson Computers.
Shimer said that the recording system will allow residents to view the live feed online. Photographs per minute will also be recorded by the system.
"This will allow you to watch it on YouTube," Shimer said.
Viewers can watch as the mural is painted on the wall near the location, and can also view the feed to see if any is vandalizing the park.
"It gives us security in that area," Shimer said.
Shimer also reminded the council that the Robinson Easter Egg Hunt will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 20 at Washington Park. A total of about 11,000 eggs will be stuffed by the Lawrence-Crawford Association for Exceptional Citizens. Shimer thanked Marathon Petroleum, the Robinson Key Club, Hershey and the Elks Club and others for their contributions for the event.
In other business, city treasurer Denise Jobe announced that a link for wastewater payments is available online at the city of Robinson website. This link can be found by clicking the department's drop-down arrow at the top of the welcome page and clicking on wastewater treatment. A link is at the top of the page that appears afterwards.
City engineer Jeff Hillard's request for the purchase of furnishing class SI concrete was approved. The amount of concrete is 400 cubic yards at a cost of $122/yard for a total of $48,800. Hillard said the engineer's estimate was a little more at $51,250. The purchase will be made from R and L Ready Mix Concrete.
Quail Creek Country Club will be hosting a golf tournament this summer. Alderman Troy Pinkston asked the council's permission to name the American Junior Golf Association's event from July 15-19 to be sponsored by the city. The council approved the motion, officially naming the event The AJGA All-Stars at Quail Creek County Club presented by the City of Robinson.
Superintendent of Public Works Lawrence Quick's request for advertisement for part-time summer help was approved. The applications will be due by 10 a.m. Friday, April 12.
The council also approved yard waste spring cleanup days by the city for April 29-May 3 on normal pickup days. Republic Services spring cleanup will be May 6-10 on normal pickup days for paid customers only. Yard waste fall cleanup days will be Oct. 14-18 on normal pickup days, while Republic fall cleanup will be Oct. 21-25 on normal pickup days for paid customers only.