City Passes Fireworks Ordinance

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On June 19th the City Council passed limited use of Fireworks.

It is strictly prohibited to use any fireworks on City property.

No person shall use, explode, discharge any consumer fireworks on days other than July 4, between the hours of 12:00 p.m.(noon) and 11:00 p.m., and December 31 between the hours of 12:00 p.m.(noon) and continuing through 1:00 a.m. on January 1st.

For the full City Ordinance, fee free to stop in City Hall.

Job Opening-Public Works-Full Time

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The City of Pleasantville is currently accepting applications for a self-motivated individual for a Public Works position. There will be a post employment physical and drug screen. Starting salary is $20.06. Application deadline is June 7, 2017.

 

Duties/Responsibilities

  • Able to operate equipment including but not limited to dump trucks, loader/backhoe, skid loader, mower, snow removal equipment
  • Operate and maintain water and wastewater treatment plants, distribution lines and storage facilities
  • Operate and maintain city parks and buildings
  • Able to do minor street maintenance and repair

 

Qualifications

  • Able to be on call and work weekends on a rotating basis
  • Applicants must possess or have the ability to obtain a grade 1 in water treatment distribution and wastewater within 1 year and a grade 2 in water treatment distribution and wastewater within 3 years
  • Applicants will need a class B CDL with air brakes or be able to obtain one within 3 months
  • Applicant must reside within 15 miles of Pleasantville within 6 months

 

The City of Pleasantville is an EOE

Please submit cover letter, resume and application with three professional references to

Pleasantville City Hall

108 W. Jackson St.

PO Box 566

Pleasantville, IA 50225

cityhall@discoverpleasantville.com

publicworks@discoverpleasantville.com

Land Wanted

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The City of Pleasantville has been contacted by the Marion County Development Commission regarding an industrial lead. The lead is looking for 100 acres on a hard surfaced road, preferably four lane. Rail would be a plus, but not necessary. They have expressed interest in Pleasantville. For more information, call City Hall or get in contact with John Franey.