Sunnyside City Council accepted a $25,553 bid from Spring Glen Heating to install a new heating and air conditioning system in the Sunnyside City Hall.
Ten heating units and two central air units would replace an old, inefficient boiler system.
Each of the new units would have an adjustable thermometer that would allow personnel to regulate temperatures in each room, which would save the City money on utility bills.
Spring Glen Heating representatives said the project would be completed by the end of November.
City Hall is currently used for City Council meetings, housing City offices, meetings for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints while the Church building is being renovated, and various other community events and meetings.
- Councilmen voted to donate $50 to Bruin Point Elementary School for the Fall Festival fundraiser on Oct. 18.
- Councilmen approved the purchase of a keyless entry lock for ambulance personnel. The new lock should help cut down response times.
- Councilmen voted to send a representative to send a representative to speak to the Community Development Block Grant to potentially apply for sidewalk funding.